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University Imaging Center
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University Imaging Centers - Where the University sees the future

Data Management

 

NAS UIC Transfer Server - an easy way to move files, NOT store them.

To connect to our UIC transfer server please follow the directions for your OS.

OSX (MAC): From Finder select "Go" in the menu bar then select "Connect to Server.." in the drop down menu. Enter the server address, nas.uic.umn.edu/user, and click connect. Connect as a Registered User with the Name: user and Password: transfer.

Windows (PC): From Windows Explorer select "Tools" from the menu bar then select "Map network device..." in the drop down menu. Enter the server address, \\nas.uic.umn.edu\user, check "Connect using different credentials" and click Finish. Connect to the server using the Username: user and the Password: transfer

Place all data (folders or files) within the folder named "User Data Goes Here".

 

If you are not using the University network you will need to connect via VPN to access our server: https://it.umn.edu/virtual-private-network-vpn

PLEASE NOTE:

The UIC provides drive space on our Transfer Server (nas.uic.umn.edu/user) so that users of the facility have a method to transfer files from our equipment to other computers or off line storage devices. The purpose of the space is not for long-term storage of your data. Please remove your files from the local computer and the server as soon as possible so that others can use the space. Files left on the server for over 30 days will be deleted. If you need longer-term storage or assistance in transferring to removable media, please contact UIC staff to make arrangements. Thank you.    

 

UIC PET/CT Transfer Server - an easy way to move files, NOT store them.

The UIC PET/CT Transfer Server is for µPET/CT data transfer ONLY. Any unrelated files will be removed without notification.

To connect to the PET/CT NAS transfer server from any University networked computer.

OSX (MAC): From Finder select "Go" in the menu bar then select "Connect to Server.." in the drop down menu. Enter the server address, smb://petnas-1260f-ccrb.ahc.umn.edu, and click connect. Connect as a Registered User using your UMN login and password.

 

Windows (PC): From Windows Explorer select "Tools" from the menu bar then select "Map network device..." in the drop down menu. Enter the server address, \\petnas-1260F-ccrb.ahc.umn.edu\petdata, when prompted for a user name and password, you will want to use your UMN login and password.

  • If you are on a Windows machine not connected to the AD system you will need to modify your username as follows:
    • ad\your UMN internet ID (your password will be your umn login password).

If you are not using the University network you will need to connect via VPN to access our server: https://it.umn.edu/virtual-private-network-vpn

UMN Google Drive: 

With Google Drive, you can create and share files and folders online and collaborate with others on group projects. Files in Google Drive can be accessed from any smartphone, tablet, or computer.

Learn more about UMN Google Drive.