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Browse using the File Explorer option to find and open the drive labeled with your username and \\tsclient (Z:); this is your local computer C: drive. You can also browse to your OneDrive if you have configured OneDrive in workspace.  See Using OneDrive in Workspace for more information.  

Working with SU network drives (K: or P: drive) using Workspace


On a Windows PC, under Network it shows up as \\tsclient\<USBdriveletter> where USBdriveletter is the drive letter assigned by your computer to the USB drive, which in this case is the D drive. Under This PC, it shows up as a mapped drive with the letter of the USB drive: <USBdriveletter> (\\tsclient) (<driveletter>, such as D (\\tsclient) (Y:).

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Access OneDrive files while using Workspace

To access your OneDrive files via you must install OneDrive on your personal device.

Once OneDrive is installed you will need to login with your SU email address and password.  

This installation will allow you to access, update, and save your OneDrive files locally on your computer.  

You will now see your SU OneDrive files in File Explorer.  

Be sure to give the appropriate access to the VMWare application as shown

When using workspace applications you will see your OneDrive files in your local file explorer (as shown above if on a windows device). 

Follow the instructions show above under "Working with local files (C: drive) using Workspace"

Also, you must use Workspace following the instruction for Accessing Workspace virtual applications-Off Campus/Personal Device

This will allow you to use the VMWare/Horizon client rather than the browser.   The client is required to access the files successfully.  access your local and OneDrive files in Workspace. 

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