By implementing the UGent Global Namespace you can address all your shares and network folders via one sole drive mapping, i.e.
The [log-in name] has to be replaced by your own log-in name (username).
After mounting \\files.ugent.be\loginnaam you see the Global Namespace Root (G:-drive) from where you will be able to see and use both all your personal files and the files on a shared network location, without any further mapping.
The windows home-drive: personal disk space; only you have access.
personal disk space on other systems, meant for interactive use, e.g. genix (this is not the home)
(*) Shared disk space (without webspace) accessible to a limited group.
Personal and shared (*) web space
Via Athena the H-drive (home-directory) can be accessed and in time the UGent Global Namespace too.
Students who sign on to a DICT workstation will automatically see some drivemappings:
H: the personal directory on the fileserver for students
G: the root directory of the global namespace for students