Mounting your Nikhef home directory using SSH
when Windows File Sharing is disabled

Introduction

This tutorial contains screenshots for the English version of Windows XP/2000.
Separate instructions for the English version of Windows Vista/7 can be found here.
A version with screenshots for the Dutch version of Windows is also available.

To be able to mount a Windows share over SSH we will need This part of the tutorial is split into the following steps:
  1. First, we set up a special PuTTY session with the right port-forwarding.
  2. Then, we start PuTTY and mount our Nikhef home directory.

Configuring PuTTY

Set up a special PuTTY session with the appropriate port-forwarding:

Putting it all together

Now that we have configured both our loopback adapter and PuTTY we can put it all together and mount our Nikhef home directory as a Windows share:
Congratulations!

Mapping a network drive

To make life even easier it might be handy to map a network drive to your Nikhef home directory:
That's all, folks!

Comments to Jan Just Keijser | lastmod = 31/01/2019 03:19