Connecting to your home directory in Mac OSX 10.4 (Tiger)

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Added categories for responsibility of contents at the IT department.

A working UiB VPN connection is a prerequisite to be able to connect to your home directory from your private computer.

1) In Finder, choose "Go -> Connect to server.." (or cmd + K)

2) Type:

"smb://" (students) or

"smb://" (employees) Employees may need to use a different server, check your work computer, ask a colleague or BRITA)

Click Connect.

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3) Click Authenticate

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4) Type:

STUDENT (if you are a student) or UIB (if you are an UiB employee)

user name


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5) Find your user name in the list.

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6) Your home directory should now be available as a network disk in Finder.