How to access CS AFS directories on your PC (Windows 7 64bit)

#1

Download the 64-bit version of MIT Kerberos for Windows: kfw-amd64-3-2-2.msi.

#2

Install the downloaded file. Select Typical install. 

#3

Download the 64-bit version of Stanford OpenAFS client and Tools: openafs_installer_17300_x64.exe

#4

Install the downloaded file. Select IFS Based Client install. When prompted for the Default Cell enter:

cs.stanford.edu

Select Typical install when prompted for the 32-bit client tools Setup Type. DO NOT restart the computer when prompted.

#5

Download the krb5.ini file: krb5.ini. Copy the file to C:\WINDOWS directory. Overwrite the existing file.

#6

Restart the computer.

#7

Open Network Identity Manager. Click on Obtain New Credentials. Enter your CSID username and password. Enter the following (in CAPS) for the realm:

CS.STANFORD.EDU

DO NOT hit OK just yet. Click on the >> button. On the AFS tab make sure Cell contains:

cs.stanford.edu

Click the Add/Update button. Now click OK.

#8

Open AFS Controller. Select AFS Path from the combo box. Enter the following:

\\afs\cs.stanford.edu\u\your_csid

Check the Restore mount at next login box and click the Mount button. If the stars are aligned correctly you should now see your AFS home directory mounted as a disk drive.

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