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'''Middfiles''', or '''middcloud''' as it is also known, is the college's primary file server. This is where you should save all of your important files, because the servers are backed up regularly. Using Middfiles can save you from disaster in the event of your computer having a serious problem. Also, any files saved on Middfiles will be accessible from any public computer on campus, allowing you to [http://go.middlebury.edu/betterprinting print more conveniently].
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:''In Fall 2016, we moved away from Middfiles '''home''' folders towards [[Office 365|OneDrive]] and [[Google Apps|Google Drive]]. There is also [[Network Storage for Specialized Software Applications]] available. See [http://go.middlebury.edu/cloud go/cloud] for more about this project, or [http://go.middlebury.edu/onedrivehelp go/onedrivehelp] for technical help and instructions.''
  
All students, faculty, and staff are allocated personal space on the server and can have their [http://mediawiki.middlebury.edu/wiki/LIS/Default_Quotas quota] increased on request. Middfiles also is the home of [[Using Course Folders on the Classes Server|"classes" folders]], where students and faculty can share files with each other. To connect to Middfiles from the Middlebury campus, follow the instructions appropriate to your operating system:
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Middfiles is still the home of [[Using Course Folders on the Classes Server|'''classes''' folders]], where students and faculty can share files with each other. Departmental shared folders still reside on Middfiles as well.  More info is available about the [[Middfiles - Contents and Structure|contents and structure of Middfiles]].
* [[Using File Servers - Windows]]
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* [[Using File Servers - Macintosh]]
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To connect to Middfiles from the Middlebury campus, follow the instructions appropriate to your operating system:
===== See Also  =====
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* [[Using File Servers - Windows|Windows Instructions]]
*[[File Servers#Connecting_to_File_Servers|Connect to Middfiles]] - a concise list of methods for connecting.
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* [[Using File Servers - Macintosh|Macintosh Instructions]]
*[[Off Campus Access]] - options for getting to Middfiles and other campus resources from off-campus.
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**'''Note''' that the midd_unplugged wireless network is considered off-campus; [[Wireless|use a secure network]] instead.
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If you're off-campus, you'll need to use one of our [[Off Campus Access|options for off-campus access]].
*[[File Servers]] - More general information about file servers at Middlebury.
 
  
 
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Latest revision as of 15:47, 4 July 2018

In Fall 2016, we moved away from Middfiles home folders towards OneDrive and Google Drive. There is also Network Storage for Specialized Software Applications available. See go/cloud for more about this project, or go/onedrivehelp for technical help and instructions.

Middfiles is still the home of classes folders, where students and faculty can share files with each other. Departmental shared folders still reside on Middfiles as well. More info is available about the contents and structure of Middfiles.

To connect to Middfiles from the Middlebury campus, follow the instructions appropriate to your operating system:

If you're off-campus, you'll need to use one of our options for off-campus access.

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