Difference between revisions of "Mac OS X: Connecting to your home directory"

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(Check your work computer, ask a student, or contact [https://bs.uib.no/?module=mini BRITA] if you are not sure about the path and name of your home directory. <br/>You can also visit a PC-Assistant at: [https://it.uib.no/en/PC-assistants])<br/>
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(Check your work computer, ask a student, or contact [https://bs.uib.no/?module=mini BRITA] if you are not sure about the path and name of your home directory. <br/>You can also visit a PC-Assistant at: [https://it.uib.no/en/PC-assistants PC-Assistant])<br/>
  
 
==Employees==
 
==Employees==

Revision as of 17:10, 6 March 2012

UNDER CONSTRUCTON To be able to connect to your UiB home directory as a network disk, you need a working UiB VPN.

Students

  1. In Finder: Go -> Connect to Server... (cmd + k)
    ConnectToServer.png

  2. Type:
    "smb://username@rasurt.uib.no" and click Connect
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  3. Type your usename, password and click Connect
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  4. Your home directory should then be listed as a network disk in Finder
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(Check your work computer, ask a student, or contact BRITA if you are not sure about the path and name of your home directory.
You can also visit a PC-Assistant at: PC-Assistant)

Employees

  1. In Finder: Go -> Connect to Server... (cmd + k)
    ConnectToServer.png

  2. Type:
    "smb://skuld.uib.no/home/username" and click Connect
    EmployeeServerAddress.png

  3. Type your usename, password and click Connect
    UsernamePassword.png

  4. Your home directory should then be listed as a network disk in Finder
    EmployeeHomeSpace.png

(Check your work computer, ask a colleague, or contact BRITA if you are not sure about the path and name of your home directory. You can also call BRITA on tel: 555 84700)