Yes, you can access your H drive after we add your account to the list and you use a secure copy / secure ftp client like expandrive, fetch, filezilla, cyberduck. We are recommending Fetch, as we received an educational license for it.
Please note, we have to add your account to our list of remote access accounts for this to work.
First down the Fetch Installer from - https://ucsb.app.box.com/v/brenmacapps You need a password to access this web link which you should have got from the compute team.
Install the application, add the serial # / Name from the license file, and then configure the connection.
Once you've done that, you can connect to your H drive. Using Fetch, you can drag and drop the files to your desktop and back to the H Drive. You can also double click the file in Fetch, and it will download it to your Downloads folder. Optionally, you can right click on the file in Fetch and then have it open in an application. We feel that the simplest and most reliable way would be to copy it to your desktop then copy it back to your H drive.
Following are some screen shots of this process:
After installing and running fetch, click on the "Enter Serial Number". you can get info from the text file in the link above.
Create a connection to our server. Put your Bren Desktop account where we've typed studenttest2018. Enter in the port information we gave you. You click what is a down arrow to show the "Initial Folder: Port: ... info".
Then click connect and enter your Bren Desktop Password.
The Fetch program reveals your H drive, navigate to your file, and then you have three ways of accessing the file:
1. double click the file, and it will put a copy on your laptop Download Folder.
2. Drag and Drop (from the Fetch window) to a finder window.
3. Right click on the file and choose edit with
## if you editing the file and want it back on the H drive, you can upload it (GET) or drag and drop it. Realize, you may now have a copy on both your laptop and your H drive, you have to figure out how to ensure you know which one is the most current one.