AFS is accessible in Windows using the AFS client and the Network Identity Manager software.
- Go to Start -> All Programs -> Kerberos for Windows -> Network Identity Manager. You may need to single click the white cube that appears in the system tray.
- Click on Options -> AFS... in the menu.
- Start OpenAFS by clicking Start service.
- Start OpenAFS by clicking Start service and hit Ok.
- Click Credential -> Obtain new credentials....
- Enter your network username and password and click Ok.
- Check to make sure you have valid AFS tokens by going to View -> Advanced and expanding the Identiy entry
- Go to Start -> Run and type in \\afs\rose-hulman.edu\ and hit enter.
- A windows explorer window should come up with the AFS root.
AFS network links are located in My Network Places if you have them setup. If not you can set them up though the following procedure.
- AFS Class - This maps to the acedemic departmental AFS volume located at \\afs\rose-hulman.edu\class\
- AFS Home - This maps to the users AFS home directory
- AFS Root - This maps to the AFS root directory \\afs\rose-hulman.edu\
- AFS Users - This maps to the AFS users directory \\afs\rose-hulman.edu\users\
- Go to Start -> Run and type in \\rose-hulman.edu\dfs\software\Apps\Scripts\NetworkLinks and hit enter.
- If a login box comes up login with your firstname.lastname@example.org and your network password.
- In the explorer window that comes up, double click on the runScript.bat file.
- If prompted enter in your Network username and hit enter.
- If prompted enter in your Network password and hit enter.