Kumo is a service that connects cloud storage allows users to easily access and save to cloud storage environments (such as Google Drive and Microsoft OneDrive) and network file servers to the local file system while using applications on LUapps and computing site machines. You can learn more about it by reading the Kumo FAQ.
Users can currently connect to their cloud storage and network servers via Kumo within the following all LUapps software packages.
Log into the Lehigh Kumo
Integration Page. If you receive the "Sign in Google" notification, be sure to pick your Lehigh Google account.
Once logged in you must authorize the Kumo service to use your Lehigh Google Drive and/or Lehigh OneDrive
Using Kumo in LUapps
Once you have authorized Kumo to use your Lehigh Google Drive it will appear as a Drive Letter in any LUapps application that has Kumo enabled. You will find your connected drives under the 'This PC' icon. Look for “Lehigh Google Drive” or “Lehigh OneDrive” when opening and saving files.
Here is a view from a Windows computer.
Here is a view from a Mac.
*Note - Your network drives will be listed under the 'This PC' icon whether you are using Windows or Mac.
Screenshot from a PC
Screenshot from a Mac
If you don't have the latest version of the Citrix client, you may need to update it. Once you have updated the client, you should be prompted to allow Citrix access to the network/cloud spaces. After that you should be able to see the drive(s) under This PC. To update your Citrix Client follow instructions at How To Find Your Citrix Client Version Number (and Check for Updates).
By default, users will only have access to folders and files they have created and own on the cloud services. To access shared folders or files in the cloud via LUapps, goto preferred service (example below is for Google Drive), and right-click on folder or file and select 'Add to my drive.'
The folder or file will then be accessible via LUapps.
Note that issues have been reported using Kumo with Netbeans and a few other software packages.