Accessing Novell with your Macintosh Computer


You can now access the WSU Campus Novell servers (your personal H: drive
a...
2. In the Server Address field type in afp://user2.wright.edu (Note that
   this will work even if you omit the leading af...
5. Type in your CAMPUS username (w123abc) and password when
  prompted on the screen, and click the Connect button.




6....
7. If using Mac OS 10.4 (Tiger), this will place (mount) the drive(s) you
   have selected onto the desktop, where you can...
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Accessing Novell with your Macintosh Computer

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Accessing Novell with your Macintosh Computer

  1. 1. Accessing Novell with your Macintosh Computer You can now access the WSU Campus Novell servers (your personal H: drive and departmental shared K: drive) directly from the Macintosh. Using these Novell drives provides many advantages. Data is backed up daily, files can be restored if lost or accidentally deleted, and files are easily shared among co-workers using shared areas of the drive. To access the Novell drives from the Macintosh Finder, follow these steps: 1. Select Connect to Server from the Go menu. 1|Page
  2. 2. 2. In the Server Address field type in afp://user2.wright.edu (Note that this will work even if you omit the leading afp://). Please note that in place of “user2” you will need to type in the server that your home directory is on (i.e. user1, user2, etc). If you do not know your home server, please contact the Help Desk at 775-4827. 3. Click on the '+' button to add this server to your list of Favorite Servers. This saves the server name so you don't have to type the name in again later. 4. Click on the Connect button 2|Page
  3. 3. 5. Type in your CAMPUS username (w123abc) and password when prompted on the screen, and click the Connect button. 6. Select the volumes you wish to use and click OK. Users will contain your home directory (H drive), and Shared is your departmental shared area (K Drive). 3|Page
  4. 4. 7. If using Mac OS 10.4 (Tiger), this will place (mount) the drive(s) you have selected onto the desktop, where you can click their respective icon(s) to view the drive contents.You can then drag them to the Trash folder to disconnect. If using Mac OS 10.5 (Leopard), the shared drive(s) opens immediately in the Finder window, and a "Disconnect" button allows you disconnect from the drive (see screenshot below). 4|Page

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