This article shows how Workspace virtual applications works with files. You can open and save files from Workspace to and from your student P: drive.
**Note to access your P drive or your local C drive when using Workspace, you must have installed the Horizon client: Accessing Workspace virtual applications-Off Campus/Personal Device
Expand This PC and open the drive labeled with your username and \\tsclient (Z:). This is your local computer C: drive. Also, you can access the contents of your student P: drive from the location represented by your username and \\nas\studentP (P:).
If you have a USB drive attached to your computer, you will be able to access those files as well. On a Mac, under Network, it will show up as a separate entry: \\tsclient\<drivename> where drivename is the name of the USB drive, in this case MULTIBOOT. Under This PC, it shows up as a mapped drive with the name of the USB drive: <drivename> (\\tsclient) (<driveletter>), such as MULTIBOOT (\\tsclient) (Y:).
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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