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Stanford AFS Clients. Security Installation Operation. Security. Kerberos Passwords Encryption Access Control Lists. Installation. http://ess.stanford.edu Mac and PC Based on OpenAFS code (PC: OpenAFS 1.2.3, Mac: OpenAFS 1.2.9) Download installer to the desktop Run Installer

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Stanford AFS Clients

Security

Installation

Operation


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Security

  • Kerberos Passwords

  • Encryption

  • Access Control Lists


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Installation

  • http://ess.stanford.edu

    • Mac and PC

      • Based on OpenAFS code (PC: OpenAFS 1.2.3, Mac: OpenAFS 1.2.9)

    • Download installer to the desktop

    • Run Installer

    • Will reboot after installation


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PC

Windows 2000, and Windows XP only

Requires latest version of PC-Leland (2.1.3)

C:\Program Files\Stanford\PC-AFS

Service: PC-AFS Client

Dependencies:

PC-Leland

NetBIOS

RPC

MacLeland

Mac OSX 10.2 & greater

Requires latest version of MacLeland (2.1.1)

/var/db/openafs

Dependencies

MacLeland

Installation


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Operation - Mac

  • Mount Home Folder

    • Mounts to /afs/Users/t/o/tonysil


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Operation - Mac

  • Mount Other – Department - ITSS


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Operation - PC

  • Mount Home Folder

    • Mounts to /afs/Users/t/o/tonysil


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Operation - PC

  • Mount Department - ITSS


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Operation

  • Mounts

    • User maps to ir.stanford.edu/users/u/u/username

    • Group maps to ir.stanford.edu/group/groupname

    • Department maps to ir.stanford.edu/dept/deptname

    • Class maps to ir.stanford.edu/class/classname

    • Full Path…

      • Must enter the full AFS path. Example:

        ir.stanford.edu/dept/itss/WWW/ess


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Operation

  • Creating a shortcut (PC)

    • 1. Mount an AFS volume(example: user home directory)

    • 2. Double click on “My Computer”

    • 3. Note the volume name and drive letter of the mounted volume

    • 4. Double click on the mounted volume in My Computer, and browse to the file or document that you want to make into a shortcut (example: user public folder)

    • 5. Right click on the file or volume and select “Copy” from the menu


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Operation

  • Creating a shortcut (PC)

    • 6. Right click on the desktop and choose “Paste shortcut”

    • 7. Right click on the shortcut, and select “Properties” from the menu

    • 8. Change the drive letter (example: “X:”) , with the name of the volume noted in step #3 (preceded by “\\”) example:

      • Volume is called: “tonysil on PC-CANDIDE-AFS”

      • “Z:\public” becomes \\PC-CANDIDE-AFS\tonysil\public

    • 9. Unset the drive that was set in step #1


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Additional Resources

  • http://techbriefings.stanford.edu/dept/SecurePublishingAtStanford.pdf

  • http://afs.stanford.edu

  • http://pcafs.stanford.edu

  • MacLeland Help Menu

  • PC-Leland Help Menu


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