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Difference between revisions of "Nasuni Web Access"

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#Visit [http://go.middlebury.edu/webaccess http://go.middlebury.edu/webaccess].<br/> &nbsp;  
 
#Visit [http://go.middlebury.edu/webaccess http://go.middlebury.edu/webaccess].<br/> &nbsp;  
 
#Login in with your Middlebury email address (''username@middlebury.edu'' format) and password.&nbsp; You will see the main server folders to which you have access, similar to the image shown here:<br/> <br/> [[File:NWA main.png|RTENOTITLE]]<br/> &nbsp;  
 
#Login in with your Middlebury email address (''username@middlebury.edu'' format) and password.&nbsp; You will see the main server folders to which you have access, similar to the image shown here:<br/> <br/> [[File:NWA main.png|RTENOTITLE]]<br/> &nbsp;  
#Click on the desired server folder to open it, then click as needed on sub-folders to display their contents.&nbsp; These are the most commonly-used upper-level folders:
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#Click on the desired server folder to open it, then click as needed on sub-folders to display their contents.&nbsp; '''CLASSES '''and '''ORGS '''(for department shared folders) are the most commonly-used upper-level folders.
*'''ORGS '''- Contains shared departmental folders
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#Although you cannot work on files directly using Web Access, you can...
*'''CLASSES '''- Contains shared class folders<br/> &nbsp;
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#*Click a file name to view it (for file types where a preview is available).
#Click on the desired server folder to open it, then click as needed on sub-folders to display their contents.
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#*Click <u>beside</u> a file name to select the entire row, then use the toolbar at top right to perform a variety of tasks, including download the file.

Revision as of 15:17, 18 March 2020

Nasuni Web Access is a new tool that provides access to Middfiles and Miisfiles without the need for a VPN connection.  Here are some basic instructions.  

  1. Visit http://go.middlebury.edu/webaccess.
     
  2. Login in with your Middlebury email address (username@middlebury.edu format) and password.  You will see the main server folders to which you have access, similar to the image shown here:

    RTENOTITLE
     
  3. Click on the desired server folder to open it, then click as needed on sub-folders to display their contents.  CLASSES and ORGS (for department shared folders) are the most commonly-used upper-level folders.
  4. Although you cannot work on files directly using Web Access, you can...
    • Click a file name to view it (for file types where a preview is available).
    • Click beside a file name to select the entire row, then use the toolbar at top right to perform a variety of tasks, including download the file.
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