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Help: Windows -- Shared File SpaceHow to log on and access Shared File Space:
At a Windows workstation first press Control-Alt-Delete simultaneously to bring up the Windows logon screen. Enter your AFS/NetID and password in the proper fields, choose "Log on to:" ADND and click "OK." Since we do not back up any files, put your files on the H: or N: drives only.
To access your AFS space (H: and I: drives), run the script labeled "AFS" on the desktop. This script should map the drives automatically but you may have to click the padlock icon in the lower right hand corner to obtain tokens before running the AFS script again.
Your Netfile Space (N: drive) is mounted automatically when you logon. By default, your My Documents, Desktop and Favorites folders are backed up automatically to your Private folder in Netfile. Netfile space is backed up by OIT.
The PCs also have a small temporary storage or "scratch" space available for placing files before writing them to a CD. Use the D: drive for this purpose. Please note that this space is purged on a regular basis so DO NOT use it for long-term storage.
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