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Network Appliance (NetApp) is an enterprise data storage company that offers hybrid cloud data services for management of applications and data across cloud and on-premises environments.

You can choose to access this storage through either the SMB/CIFS protocol (generally for Windows machines or where access is controlled with a username/password) or the NFS protocol (generally for Linux/Unix machines or where access is controlled by IP address).

How to access NetApp file shares

There are two types of network file storage available:

Apply for Access

Any current UoM researcher is eligible for applying for access, please use the links below and fill in a request form:

Request for Support

Please use the links below to report any issues regarding the service: