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Network Drives

Vetmed H, J, and K

Using the Network Drives is the best way to store all Vetmed files. By placing data on the server users can have access to their Vetmed files anywhere with an internet connection. The drives are also backed up multiple times a day and files on them can be restored using Shadow Copy. There are specific drives for certain departments, but the three most commonly used drives are the H, J, and K drives.

The H Drive

For storing personal files there is the H drive. Only the user and server administrators can read, write, and modify files saved here.

Important Notice:   As of Summer of 2020, the automatically made available H: Drive, has been replaced with the Office365 OneDrive for Business cloud storage. 

The J Drive

Files and folders shared between users are saved on the J drive. By placing your data on the server you can allow other people you specify to have access to your files. You can create a new shared folder by filing a request on our website. You can also manage folders over which you have administrative access.

The K Drive

For quick temporary file storage and transfers the K drive may be utilized. Every Vetmed member has full access to files on the K drive, as well as read-only access for users with a WSU username and password. Files placed on the K drive are automatically deleted 15 days after they're placed on the server.

Setup Access to Your Vetmed Files

Clearing cached/saved Network Drive credentials

Follow the instructions below to remove the stored/cached usernames and passwords from your Windows PC or Mac.

Windows 10
  • Press the Windows key on the keyboard or click the Windows Start icon.
  • Start typing Credential Manager, and select the Credential Manager icon.
  • On the resulting screen you will see the choice to manage your Web Credentials or your Windows Credentials.
  • Delete any credentials under the 'Windows Credentials' grouping that refer to ''. To do this, click on the down arrow associated with the saved credentials and if you see an entry with referenced content name and your username, choose the option to 'Remove'.
  • You only need to remove the related entries to what you are having issues with. When no more entries appear with the name you are having issues within the Windows Credentials.
  • You then need to restart your computer to apply changes.
Mac OS
  • Open the Mac Keychain. Click Finder > Go > Utilities > Keychain Access.
  • In Keychain Access, select the Passwords category on the left to review the list of sites and services for which you've saved a password.  
  • Delete any credentials that refer to ''
  • click the service you want to edit/remove, then click Delete.
  • You then need to restart your computer to apply changes.