Due to security Issues with Internet Explorer Webfolders need to be mounted as a Network Location

To mount a webfolder as a Network Location follow these steps:

1. Open Computer by clicking the Start button Picture of the Start button, and then clicking Computer.
2. Right-click anywhere in the folder, and then click Add a network location
3. Follow the steps in the wizard to add a shortcut to a location.
    (Copy and paste the following individually as your network locations)
    https://users.leicesterhigh.co.uk/Common Data

    https://users.leicesterhigh.co.uk/pupils/birth year group/Username          (This is your H:Drive \Home Directory)

   Birth Year Groups

    1.9.00-31.8.01
    1.9.01-31.8.02
    1.9.02-31.8.03
    1.9.03-31.8.04
    1.9.04-31.8.05
    1.9.05-31.8.06
    1.9.06-31.8.07
    1.9.07-31.8.08
    1.9.91-31.8.92
    1.9.92-31.8.93
    1.9.93-31.8.94
    1.9.94-31.8.95
    1.9.95-31.8.96
    1.9.96-31.8.97
    1.9.97-31.8.98
    1.9.98-31.8.99
    1.9.99-31.8.00

    https://users.leicesterhigh.co.uk/school closure work

    After this is completed you can click on computer and access the Network Locations

For Apple in the Mac OS X Finder, select Command+K to bring up the 'Connect to Server' window. Enter the path to the network drive you want to map, ie: smb://networkcomputer/networkshare and click 'Connect' Enter your login/password and click OK to mount the network drive

When you copy the link from our website you will need to substitute the https portion with smb: for your Mac.