There are two ways you can access the Wooster web server:
Contact the Help Desk for help with Filezilla, Cyberduck, or the Novell client issues.
Follow the directions below. (Note: You CANNOT access the new Web server using Native File Access. If you do not have the Novell client on your computer, you will need to use FTP, which will be explained below).
On a Windows machine, follow these steps to access your Web folder(s):
You should now see the folders for which you have access.
To upload your files to the server, drag your files from your computer into your web folder on the server. It is the same as if you were to drag your files from one computer to another, or from one folder to another on your own computer. If you upload a file with the same name that already exists on the web server, you will be asked if you want to replace it. If so, then say yes.
User Services recommends using these two programs for FTP
Host: webftp.wooster.eduUsername: Novell username.Novell context (i.e. jdoe.publications) (students: jdoe15.2015.students)Password: Novell password
FTP can be used from off-campus, but only by utilizing the Wooster VPN. See the IT Documentation Web site for more information.
You can download the software for free.
In Cyberduck, be sure to use the following:
For PC users, Filezilla is an excellent option. You can download the software for free.
After installing the software, follow these initial steps to set up your account:
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