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PACE University - CIS 101 PACE Web Server Access

PACE University - CIS 101 PACE Web Server Access

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  • 1. Pace Web Server Access Spring, 2012 If you do not already have a Pace Web Space account, you must set one up.If you’re an incoming freshman, there is a good chance you already have an account set up for you. To checkplease follow the instructions below on How to Connect to the PACE Web Server.To set up an account you must go to:http://webpage.pace.edu/webspace/Click on Webspace Activation Page to activate your account. If you are not successful, you must contact DOIT orsubmit a request through the PACE Help Desk.https://help.pace.eduHow to Connect to the PACE Web Server and Upload Files to Your WebSpaceThere are two options to upload files to your account on the Web Server: 1. FTP Software - you will need FTP software installed to your computer 1) Server Name: webpage.pace.edu in the address bar of your web browser. 2) User Name: paceusername (without ‘@pace.edu’), (make sure you type pace before your user name) 3) Password: usual password (same one you use to log into Blackboard, unless you’ve changed it) If you are PC based: You can try CoreFTP (Free download for PC Computers) Here is the link to download the program: (copy and paste the URL (web address) below into your browser) http://www.coreftp.com/ Here’s a link on how to use COREFTP: (copy and paste the URL (web address) below into your browser) http://csis.pace.edu/support/Core_FTP_Client_Basic_Overview.pdf or you can try FileZilla FPT: (Free download for PC Computers) Here is the link to download the program: (copy and paste the URL (web address) below into your browser) http://download.cnet.com/FileZilla/3000-2160_4-10308966.html?tag=rb_content;contentMain If you are MAC based: There are two FTP applications available online that allow a free download: FileZilla FTP http://www.download.com/FileZilla-Intel-/3000-2151_4-10826495.html?tag=mncol&cdlPid=10891281 (copy and paste the URL (web address) below into your browser) or Classic FTP http://www.download.com/Classic-FTP-for-Mac/3000-2151_4-10706813.html?cdlPid=10773500 (copy and paste the URL (web address) below into your browser) See an example of a FTP login window below.
  • 2. 2. Connecting to the PACE WEB Server using Internet Explorer 1) You DO NOT need FTP software you can also use your Internet Explorer Web Browser 2) Please type ftp://webpage.pace.edu in the address bar of your web browser. 3) Login: paceusername (without ‘@pace.edu’), (make sure you type pace before your user name) 4) Password: usual password (same one you use to log into Blackboard, unless you’ve changed it) 5) To be able to Drag and Drop files and folders to your account you will need to Click on ‘Page’ (on your web browser – right hand side and click ‘Open FTP site in Windows Explorer’ to open the folder in Windows Explorer. (see example below) 6) You’ll probably be asked to login in once more. 7) You can now drag and drop files or folders as you would to and from any folder on your computer.
  • 3. 3. If you use Firefox/ Mozilla you will need an Add On for FTP capabilities . FireFTP is a free, secure, cross-platform FTP client for Mozilla Firefox which provides easy and intuitive access to FTP servers. Download and install the add on using Firefox then follow the instruction listed above. https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/684/If you are unable to log into this system or for general inquiries, create a request to http://doithelpdesk.pace.edu or contact DoIT at 914-773-3648 immediately. To View your uploaded files the URL is: http://webpage.pace.edu/~userid/name of files or folders