You can manually re-add the drives by selecting the Finder icon on your dock (looks like a two-tone blue face, probably the farthest-left icon) and then navigating to Go > Connect to Server... from the menu bar at the top of the screen. In the Server Address field, individually enter whichever of the following addresses correspond to the drives you need and click connect:
The following is the email sent to Athena users from the Athena Help Desk. CCIT has appended additional instructions for Mac users, as the original instructions reference an older, unsupported version of Microsoft Remote Desktop.
Mac users, scroll down to the Accessing Athena Desk from a Mac section.
This article details the steps to take for mapping a CCIT administered network share on Windows 10 systems. This article is intended for Non-CC Staff members who need access to directories on shared projects.
Press Windows key to open Search. Type This PC into the Search.
One of the most common methods that attackers use to guess passwords is known as a brute force attack. In a brute force attack, the attacker systematically tries possible passwords until he manages to break into an account. Attackers frequently use dictionary files to generate lists of possible passwords. Brute force attacks are greatly assisted by programs that automate such attacks and attempt to exploit common means of establishing passwords.
The new CCIT Remote Desktop Services (RDS) environment allows Columbia College staff to remotely access Columbia College-supported software as well as network drives. RDS will replace and supersede the Terminal Services (TS) environment.