Managing datasets

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All sensitive data must be stored on TSD.

File servers for non-sensitive data

Connect to server outside the lab

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Wired network

Wireless network and from outside UiO

The humlab file server is intended to provide research projects with disk storage and group-level access to datasets that are recorded in the lab. You will need your project id that was mailed to you when registering a project in the lab. Connect to the humlab server through the following steps:

  • All wired internet connections within Lund University should work. If you use a wireless connection, you need to connect to the eduroam wireless network. Outside the university, you need to start a VPN client to connect.
  • Connect with your <project id>. On Windows, you can click on the Start menu, and enter \\\<project id>$ in the search bar. On Mac OS X, you can use the Finder menu called Go, and select Connect to server. A search bar will appear where you enter smb://<project id>$. Dont forget to add the $-sign after your project id.
  • When you connect to the file server, you will be prompted to enter your LUCAT credentials. On Windows, you need to prefix you username. Thus if your LUCAT username is <lucat id>, you would enter UW\<lucat id> as your username. If your computer has been added to the university domain, you might not need any authentication.