Difference between revisions of "Connecting to your home directory in Windows 7"

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You must find out where you have your [[home directory]] (station).  
 
You must find out where you have your [[home directory]] (station).  
  
Write \\station.uib.no\username where you exchange "station" for your home directory. In the following example we will use the home directory "rasurt".
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Write \\station.uib.no\username where you exchange "station" for your home directory. In the following example we will use the home directory "\\skuld.uib.no\home\username".
  
 
Check Reconnect at logon.
 
Check Reconnect at logon.
  
  
[[File:Networkdrive2.png]]
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[[File:Homefolder.PNG]]
  
  
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Your home directory is shown as a network drive in Windows Explorer.  
 
Your home directory is shown as a network drive in Windows Explorer.  
  
[[File:Networkdrive5.png]]
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[[File:Homefolder2.PNG]]
  
 
[[Category:Private computer]]
 
[[Category:Private computer]]

Revision as of 11:47, 14 July 2015


NB! To be able to connect to your home directory, you must be connected to VPN.


Open windows explorer and choose network drive...

Networkdrive.png


You must find out where you have your home directory (station).

Write \\station.uib.no\username where you exchange "station" for your home directory. In the following example we will use the home directory "\\skuld.uib.no\home\username".

Check Reconnect at logon.


Homefolder.PNG


Click finnish.

Click "Use another account"


Networkdrive3.png


Write "STUDENT\username" (students) or "UIB\username" (faculty) and password. Click "Remember my credentials".


Networkdrive4.png


Click OK

Your home directory is shown as a network drive in Windows Explorer.

Homefolder2.PNG