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Home Directory Service

Online File Storage at UVa

The Home Directory Service is a centralized file repository for all UVa faculty, staff, and students. You can use Home Directory to:

  • Back up your important documents on the UVa network (time limitations apply);
  • Store files online to access them from anywhere; and
  • Easily publish files to the Web.

Access your files stored on Home Directory using either a software program installed on your personal computer, or using the Internet, from any computer.

About Home Directory: An Introduction
Introduction to Home Directory, including its features and advantages, and how to get started using it.
Administering Your Home Directory Account
Information about passwords, file permissions and restores, and quota limits.
Accessing Home Directory
How to connect to Home Directory from a Windows, Macintosh, or Linux computer.
Home Directory Web Publishing
How to create and edit Web pages with Home Directory.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
Frequently Asked Questions and answers about Home Directory.

  Page Updated: Friday 2013-08-16 16:49:53 EDT

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