Overview Filestream is a tool for connecting your Google Drive to your PC or Mac and accessing the files as though they were located right on your local drive. Filestream uses an advanced machine learning algorithm to help keep files you are likely to access synced to your computer so you can access them, even when you can't connect to the web. Done 250 participant video meetings + recording, attendance tracking, noise cancellation, in-domain live streaming done As much storage as you need done Advanced security, management, and compliance controls, including Vault, DLP, data regions, and enterprise endpoint management.

Overview

Filestream is a tool for connecting your Google Drive to your PC or Mac and accessing the files as though they were located right on your local drive. Filestream uses an advanced machine learning algorithm to help keep files you are likely to access synced to your computer so you can access them, even when you can't connect to the web.

Access

Download Filestream to your PC or Mac from https://google.com/drive/download

Help

For tailored assistance regarding Google Filestream, please contact the Help Desk at 828-262-6266 (Option 1)

For general assistance, please view Google's Drive Support Page

File Sharing at Pepperdine

Google File Stream is a fast, easy way to access and share files from Google Drive on your local computer.

Learn About

Download & Install

Access Drive Files on File Stream

Find & Save Files Offline

G Suite Drive File Stream Desktop App

Learn About File Stream

Access Drive files on Mac/PC faster, using less disk space

Access all of your files (even Microsoft Office and Adobe Creative Cloud) stored in Drive directly from your Mac or PC, without using up all your disk space with Drive File Stream. Unlike traditional file sync tools, Drive File Stream doesn't require you to download your files first in order to access them from your computer. Instead, when you need to view or edit a file, it automatically streams from the cloud, on-demand. With Drive File Stream your team will spend less time waiting for files to sync, no time worrying about disk space, and more time being productive.

Get your files in seconds with smarter offline access

With Drive File Stream, files you open are streamed directly from the cloud on-demand. You can also select files or folders that you want to access offline at any time. The files that you are likely to work on from your Mac or PC become available in the background intelligently, making it much quicker to access them later.

Work with all the tools and apps you're used to

With Drive File Stream, you can work with Drive files directly from the apps you're used to, like Microsoft Word and Adobe Photoshop. Any changes you make to files in those apps are saved automatically to Drive and can be accessed from any of your devices later.

Download & install Drive File Stream

System requirements

G Suite Drive Stream

Windows: Windows 7 and up. Windows Server editions are not supported.
Mac: El Capitan (10.11) and up. For High Sierra (10.13), follow these steps.

To download Drive File Stream:

Google Drive G Suite

G Suite Drive Stream
  1. Sign-in to Google Drive web interface at drive.pepperdine.edu.
  2. Click the Gear icon in the upper right corner of the screen
  3. Select 'Get Drive for Desktop'
  4. Once downloaded, run the app and follow the on-screen instructions.
  5. When prompted, sign-in to your University Google account.
  6. Drive File Stream is now installed and running.

Important:
If you are currently running the Backup and Sync app, you may receive the following message:

If you are also using Backup and Sync, work with the Tech Central to ensure that both tools are running in parallel properly.

Access Google Drive files using Drive File Stream

G Suite Drive Stream Download

You can find Drive File Stream Menu in a different place, depending on what computer you use:

What Is G Suite

  1. Windows: At the bottom right of your screen.
  2. Mac: At the top right of your screen.Windows

Find & keep files and folders offline

To save a file offline, make sure you have an app that can open your file.

  1. Click the Drive File Stream Menu .
  2. Click Open Google Drive folder .
  3. Right-click the file or folder you want to save offline.
  4. Click Drive File Stream Available offline.
  5. Once your file is saved offline, you'll see a green check mark next to it.
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