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  • If you have not logged in before, you will need to call Records @ 616-331-3327
  • If you have logged in before, you will need to call the Help Desk @ 616-331-2101 to have your account unlocked
  • If you are not disabled and would like your Self Service Banner (SSB) Password to be reset, follow these instructions.
  • Click here and select the "Register a Gaming Device" link to register your system on the network
    • When registering please make sure to choose either wired or wireless, a system cannot be registered on both.
  • If you are registered on the wireless network, use GV-Guest.  If you continue to have problems please contact the Help Desk.

Many systems require a secure connection to the GVSU network via a Virtual Private Network (VPN).

If a system requires VPN access; click on links below for instructions

 

To access your student data files stored on the server use this link:  https://mystudentdata.gvsu.edu/

In addition, many systems require a secure connection to the GVSU network via a Virtual Private Network (VPN).

If a system requires VPN access; click on links below for setup instructions

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Students: How to Access your Network Data Drives in the New Windows 10 Computer Labs

Students: How to Access your Network Data Drives in the New Windows 10 Computer Labs

GVSU's PC Computer Labs are upgrading to Windows 10 for Fall 2017 and accessing your network data drive will look different.

Faculty/Staff: How to Access your Network Data Drives on Windows 8 and Windows 10 Computers

Faculty/Staff: How to Access your Network Data Drives on Windows 8 and Windows 10 Computers

Are you new to Windows 8 or Windows 10? Accessing your network drive using these operating systems is different.

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