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

Working with local files using Workspace

  1. When you open any program in Workspace, the VM Horizon Client will prompt you to allow sharing of local files. Click Allow.
    allow sharing window macAllow sharing Windows
  2. Once you do, you'll be able to open and save files from your Windows and Apple computer. For example, in Microsoft Word, under Open click Browse.
    word open dialog
  3. 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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