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Kumo is a service that connects cloud storage environments (such as Google Drive and Microsoft OneDrive) and network file servers to the local file system 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 LUapps software packages.

  • Microsoft Office Applications (Word, Excel, Access)
  • Netbeans

Setting up Kumo for use in LUapps

Step-by-step guide

Log into the Lehigh Kumo Portal (https:\\

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.

Shared Files

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.



If you have any problems with the Kumo service or questions on how to use it please contact:

Bruce Eisenhard
Manager, Student Technology and Repair Services (STARS)

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