Drive Mapping: Win XP
In Windows XP, RIGHT click on "My Computer" from your desktop.
From those options, choose "Map Network Drive"
In the "Map Network Drive" window, click on the link for "Sign up for online storage or connect to a network server".
In the "Add Network Place Wizard" window, choose "Next".
In the next "Add Network Place Wizard" window, "Choose another network location" and then choose "Next".
You will be taken to another "Add Network Place Wizard" window. In the "Internet or network address:" line, add the following, being sure to add the "s" to "https://" which makes the connection secure. You won't be able to connect without it.
When ready, choose "Next"
When prompted for your credentials, enter your email@example.com and your current LancerNet password.
It is best not to choose to "Remember my password", particularly if you are not on your own computer.
You will be taken to another "Add Network Place Wizard" window which will confirm the name of the network connection. This won't need changing, it is basically an alternative name you can assign for when you come to open it later.
Choose the "Next" button
Click "Finish" to finish the wizard. If you have the "Open this network place when I click Finish" box checked, the connection will open in a new window. You will be able to copy and paste files into this window like you would a folder on your computer. Using the "drag and drop" method with your files will create a copy action instead of a "move" action, so it should be safe to do.
Be aware that as this is a internet connection, the speed of the file transfer will depend on your connection speed
If this is your computer and not one in the labs, you should be able to access this connection in the future by opening up "My Network Places" from the icon on your desktop and it should be listed there.
Double left click on it to open it.
To remove the connection from a computer, go into "My Network Places" from the icon on your desktop. Right click on the icon for your WebDav connection and choose "Delete".
This severs the connection and will not harm the data on your computer or the server.