Student Filespace Access
Note: The terms username and password in this document refer to your email/mcsquare username and password.
Accessing your filespace from a Windows Lab computerStudents who use their Messiah username and password to login to the lab computers will have their filespace mapped automatically to the K: drive and the Q: drive. You can get to it by selecting the filespace icon from the Start Menu under Messiah Programs, Network Services.
If you get this message: "The path K:\ does not exist or is not a directory", then your filespace was not mapped. The most likely causes of this are not using your Messiah login or you are not a student. If your K: drive is not mapping when it should, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call x5901 and tell us about it.
Accessing your filespace in Windows using the Filespace App (on campus)If you had your computer set up by Student Computer Services, you should have an icon on your desktop titled "Messiah Filespace." You can use this icon to access your filespace.
Accessing your filespace on Mac OS using the Filespace App (on campus)If you had your computer set up by Student Computer Services, you should have an icon on your desktop/dock titled "Messiah Filespace." You can use this app to access your filespace.
Accessing your K: Drive by mapping a network drive in Windows (on campus)If you wish to map your K: Drive to a different letter or have it automatically try and reconnect each time you log into your computer you will need to set it up as a mapped network drive. To do this please follow the instructions below:
Access your Filespace online (on/off campus)
Go to filemanager.messiah.edu. Login using your Messiah username and password. Click "Home" to access the files on your K-drive or click "Class Files" to access your Q-drive.