Category Archive: The Cloud

By Ross Madden
July 1, 2019 3:31 pm MT
Posted in General CNSIT, Knowledge Base, The Cloud, Tips and Tricks

Managing the membership of a SharePoint Online site without the intervention of CNSIT Staff is another one of the great advantages that SharePoint has over some traditional network file sharing and collaboration services. In this article, SharePoint site owners will learn how to manage the memberships and permissions for their SharePoint online sites. This article […]

By Aaron Vanasse
May 6, 2019 8:26 am MT
Posted in General CNSIT, General Computing, Knowledge Base, The Cloud, Tips and Tricks

To free up space from locally available OneDrive files to save space on your local PC, do the following: Once all your files are synced, open File Explorer Navigate to your OneDrive folder by clicking on the OneDrive icon on the left Right click on it, and select Free up space from the context menu. This will […]

By Ross Madden
April 4, 2019 9:42 am MT
Posted in Knowledge Base, The Cloud, Tips and Tricks

At some point it might be helpful to have a list of what SharePoint sites you have access to and use.  The most straightforward method of this is to keep a list of the SharePoint URLs sent to you, and just use those (or memorize them).  However, this is rarely convenient, and our memory for […]

By Ross Madden
January 28, 2019 2:27 pm MT
Posted in General CNSIT, Knowledge Base, Pangea, The Cloud

In this article I will walk you through migrating your personal Pangea space into your CSU O365 personal OneDrive space.  The advantages to using OneDrive for personal storage are outlined here: https://wp.natsci.colostate.edu/cnsit/collaboration-and-file-sharing-tools  This migration process is stage one for our Pangea sunset plan as outlined here: https://wp.natsci.colostate.edu/cnsit/pangea-sunset-plan First, users should be sure to have their […]

By Ross Madden
January 28, 2019 2:27 pm MT
Posted in Apple, General CNSIT, Knowledge Base, The Cloud, Windows

It is official, we are sunsetting Pangea.  While this phasing out will take some careful consideration and migration, we wanted to make sure to document up front what we believe will be the process. Why are we doing this? Pangea has been our go-to collaboration tool since 2006.  It has gone through many iterations in […]

By Ross Madden
January 28, 2019 11:32 am MT
Posted in Apple, General CNSIT, Knowledge Base, The Cloud, Windows

In this article I will walk you through connecting a CSU O365 SharePoint Online site to your local computer using the OneDrive sync client.  This walkthrough assumes you have already connected your OneDrive sync client to your personal OneDrive space as described in the following articles: Configure OneDrive Client for Windows: https://wp.natsci.colostate.edu/cnsit/configure-onedrive-client-for-windows Configure OneDrive Client […]

By Ross Madden
January 28, 2019 10:58 am MT
Posted in General CNSIT, Knowledge Base, The Cloud, Windows

In this article I will walk you through connecting the OneDrive client for Windows 10 to your CSU O365 personal OneDrive space.  In Windows 10 (which you should be using) OneDrive should be installed and running on default.  If you do not see the OneDrive “cloud” icon running in your task bar over by your […]

By Ross Madden
January 25, 2019 4:56 pm MT
Posted in Apple, General CNSIT, Knowledge Base, The Cloud

In this article I will walk you through connecting the OneDrive client for MacOS to your CSU O365 personal OneDrive space.  The first step is to download and install the latest OneDrive client from the Mac Store.  You can find this by searching for “OneDrive” in the search area.  Alternatively, you can download the .pkg […]

By Ross Madden
January 25, 2019 4:55 pm MT
Posted in Apple, General CNSIT, Knowledge Base, The Cloud

In days past, one of the major drawbacks to using the OneDrive sync client on your local computer, was that your local storage was often far less than your OneDrive quota of 5TB. The sync client required that you download any files to your local computer in order to even see them! Of course, this […]

By Ross Madden
November 15, 2018 4:16 pm MT
Posted in General CNSIT, Knowledge Base, The Cloud, Tips and Tricks

This tutorial will describe how to map an RStor location to a Linux computer using CIFS (Common Internet File System).  CIFS is a dialect of SMB (Server Message Block) meaning that it can be thought of as an in place replacement for Microsoft’s SMB protocol.  In short, this is how you map the same drive […]

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