File City is personal file storage space on campus. Students and faculty/staff currently affiliated with The College at Brockport all have an account set up. It is available on all lab computers on campus and via the Web at this location: https://filecity.brockport.edu
Students, faculty, and staff have access to 1 GB of data storage while using the lab computing facilities at The College at Brockport. This service is intended to provide a convenient, temporary, data storage area. Your File City drive is your own personal space on a file server. No one else can access it unless they log into the network with your NetID and password, so it's more private than simply storing documents on a public lab hard drive.
Whenever you log into the lab PC’s, your File City drive is automatically mapped to the drive letter “Z”. In the labs, you can access this drive using “My Computer” or by using the desktop shortcut. You can now access this drive via the Web at the following URL: https://filecity.brockport.edu
Each user has a maximum of 1 GB of storage space available to them on the server.
No, the File City drive is designed for individual use only.
Yes, File City home directories are backed up. It is still recommended that data stored on File City be backed up in another location.
Yes, you can access this drive via the web at the following URL: https://filecity.brockport.edu
Files are retained until the individual leaves the college.
Instructors should use ANGEL - http://angel.brockport.edu. Check the ANGEL Frequently Asked Questions for more information.