Permission problems and storage space problems for your scanned images have (hopefully) been resolved. ITS has moved the files to a new location and changed permission controls. Howard has updated the Tshirt scanning explanation to reflect the changed procedure.
Note: You must first have access to the new SILS Novell server. If you began at SILS during Summer 1995 or later, you should already have access to the new Novell server. If you began at SILS before Spring of 1995, you will need to get a password for the new server. Students who need a password for the new server should stop by the ITS offices (314 W. Engin) during regular business hours. If that is not possible, please contact Matt McLean (email@example.com, 936-7255) to arrange for a new password.
Accessing the storage space for your scans: From the Apple menu, pulldown to "File Servers" and choose "Course Folders". After typing your login and password, this should connect you to "SILS-NOVELL.COURSES" on the new fileserver. From then on, you will follow the previous Tshirt instructions, double-clicking on "Ongoing-Courses", then "ILS_609", then "Incoming_Images".
For further details and information about problems connecting to the new file server,
see the message from Matt McLean in ITS below:
To be able to write to this folder, you need to be logged on to the server "SILS-NOVELL" with your uniqname and password. Logging on as Guest will not be enough! When you are logging in it should give you a choice between "Apple Standard UAMs" or "Encrypted NetWare Authentication." If you are given this choice, allways select "Encrypted NetWare Authentication." If you are never offered this choice, then you are either allready logged on as Guest (which is bad) or you are on a non-sils computer. To log off, you will need to select all of the currently mounted volumes and drag them to the trash. They will appear on the desktop as red file-cabinets. Once you have dragged them off, you should be able to login normally.
If you experience any problems, feel free to ask the DIAD assistant on duty for help, or just come down to the ITS offices. You can also send e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org for assistance with any problems related to your computer account.