Emergency
On Campus
Windows XP

If you are a staff or faculty member, CSUMB Information should already be mapped upon login. If not, try logging out and back in.

Login with your OtterID account.

If you are a student assistant that uses CSUMB Information, you need to map CSUMB Info manually by right clicking on My Computer and selecting Map Network Drive... Change the drive to M: and set the Folder: to \\csumbinfo.csumb.edu\csumbinfo$

Windows 7

If you are staff or faculty member, CSUMB Information should already be mapped upon login. If not, try logging out and back in.

Login with your OtterID account.

If you are a student assistant that uses CSUMB Information, you need to map CSUMB Info manually. Start by selecting COMPUTER under the Start menu (Windows button). At the top of the Computer window select Map Network Drive.
Pick drive letter M
For folder type in: \\csumbinfo.csumb.edu\csumbinfo$

Check Reconnect At Logon and select Finish.

Mac OS X

Select Connect to Server... from the Go menu, enter
the Address: smb://csumbinfo.csumb.edu/csumbinfo$, click Connect.

Enter CSUMB for your Workgroup/Domain and login with your OtterID account.

OS X users can not use the AFP protocol to connected to CSUMB Information.

Off Campus (SFTP)

You can connect to CSUMB Information using a standard Secure FTP program. SFTP programs are available for nearly every operating system including Windows, Mac, Linux, Windows CE, PDA's and many more.

Secure FTP : Enter csumbinfo.csumb.edu as the Server Address. Login with csumb\ before your OtterID account. It might look something like this:

Example FTP client

SFTP is the only supported way to access CSUMBINFO if you are connecting from off-campus.