6 articles Personal Home Directories

Cyberduck – How to configure client for use with Duke University CIFS access

Question How do I configure the Cyberduck client to access my CIFS account?   Answer  To connect to your CIFS home directory or web space, your computer needs to be connected to the Duke network. If you are unable to connect to the Duke network, connect via the Virtual Private Network (VPN). For instructions on…

Box.com: Transferring ownership of content to another Duke Box user

  You can transfer ownership by following these steps. The new owner will need to be a collaborator of the folder/item            Click the … to make the update and choose ‘owner’ as the new role Click Okay when ready to make the transfer: YOU WILL NO LONGER BE THE OWNER…

CIFS: Correcting permissions in public_html

Files and folders in your public_html directory will appear as web pages at http://people.duke.edu/~netid , where netid is your NetID.For this to work, our web server must have access to this directory and its contents.  This is accomplished by granting access to the security principal cifswebt-oit@win.duke.edu . This task should be performed using Windows.  If…

CIFS: Technical Specifications

About CIFS CIFS home directories allow Duke users access to their files from multiple locations. Prerequisites To connect to your CIFS home directory, your computer or device needs to be connected to the Duke network. If you’re not connected to the Duke network, connect via the Virtual Private Network (VPN). For instructions, please see VPN…

CIFS: How to Connect from Windows

To connect to your CIFS home directory or web space, your computer needs to be connected to the Duke network. If you are unable to connect to the Duke network, connect via the Virtual Private Network (VPN). For instructions on how to do this, please read VPN instructions for Windows. To connect to your CIFS home…