In Summer 2020, Technology Services will turn off access to FileWay.
Even though FileWay will be unavailable beginning this summer, your H drive will still be accessible on Madison College devices.
Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) will be the primary solution offered for remote access, or students can opt to use other web-based services like OneDrive for Business.
Enter your college network login - the same username and password you use for myMadisonCollege. Do not use your email address to login. Do not add the @madisoncollege.edu
Then navigate to your Home Directory (H Drive) My Documents folder.
Select and double-click or right-click a folder or file to navigate, download, view in the browser or use other options.
OR Select and then use the toolbar options
You can view files in the browser - if you don't want to make any changes to the document or file
To edit or make changes to a file: download and save the file to your computer, edit and save again, then upload the edited file to FileWay.
If you don't want to make any changes to the file, use the View option to quickly view the file in the browser.
Select the file, then select View by a right-click or select View from the Actions button.
Files cannot be saved directly to your home directory when using FileWay, but you can upload and download files. For example, when off-campus: you can login to FileWay, download and save the file to your personal computer or a USB drive, make changes to the file, re-save the file, and upload the new file to your home directory.
Using your browser on an iPhone or iPad, you will be able to access your files and folders and FileWay features - except for download and upload. To upload or download files, use the FileWay app..
Access your files and folders through your device browser, much like using a computer. There is not a FileWay app for Android.
You can email a link to a file or Drop Folder to yourself or another person. The link can have an expiration date.
AttachLink allows users to email file attachments as links instead of sending the actual files.
AttachLink Drop allows users to create a Drop Folder to which authorized users may upload files. To authorize users, the owner of the Drop Folder simply sends them a link. FileWay will then generate a temporary User ID and password for each recipient and email that information separately.
The recipient will get an email titled: Temporary Login ID for: fileway link along with information about how to access the file or dropbox. To access the files or the drop folder, the recipient will click the link, login with the temporary User ID and password.