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This article details the steps to take for mapping a CCIT administered network share on Windows 10 systems. This article is intended for Non-CC Staff members who need access to directories on shared projects.
Files uploaded and downloaded using FTP are not encrypted. This means that files sent using FTP can be easily intercepted and read by someone with malicious intent. This includes the password you use to connect to the FTP server. SFTP is a secure alternative to FTP. The instructions below explain how to use FileZilla, the CCIT recommended SFTP client.
Large temporary files, or a large number of small temporary files, accumulate in your profile over time. Often these temporary files are created by various applications that do not have the decency to cleanup after themselves. Such temporary files can take up a lot of space in your profile. Please use the following instructions to find and delete these files in your profile.
Several of the systems offered by CCIT, and the University, are only available from the campus network. You can access these systems while off campus (e.g. from home) by connecting to the campus network via Remote Desktop Services (Windows or Mac) or the University provided VPN.