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Students have 15 Gigabyte, members of staff 75 Gigabyte of storage space at their disposal within the so-called home directory - which is your personal storage space at the university. This directory can be accessed from computers within the university as well as from your home or your private notebook - as explained in the following instructions. Also, the data stored in your home directory are automatically and regularly backed up. If you change or delete a file accidentally, then it can easily be restored via the → snapshot function.
The same applies if you log in via remote desktop.
... respectively with Windows Vista choose Netzlaufwerk zuordnen below Extras.
In the following dialogue please first choose any free = non-assigned drive letter.
The folder path to be entered is either
(depending on which of the two servers fs01 or fs02 your directory is located at).
In the paths above, please replace 'benutzername' by your university account user name.
If your computer is not within the windows domain 'uni-mainz.de', for example, if it is your own private PC at home or if it is connected via the winulum network, then please click on Verbindung mit anderen Anmeldeinformationen herstellen (for Windows 7) or Verbindung unter anderem Benutzernamen herstellen (for Windows Vista). This will open a small new window where you may enter your firstname.lastname@example.org (please note: even if you are a student there will in this case not be a 'students' in the account name address). The password is your account password. Close the window by clicking OK.
If your home directory should in the future be automatically connected, please check the casket next to "Verbindung bei Anmeldung wiederherstellen".
Now click on Fertig stellen. You will now find your home directory at the chosen letter, below "Computer".
→ the following documentation. With the following change: the path for the FTP server (within FileZilla this is the field 'Standardordner auf dem Server') has to remain empty. If nothing is entered here, you will automatically be connected to your own home directory after login.