Creating an iLocker Account
|Creating Your iLocker Account on a Mac
iLocker is the perfect place to store and share files. Use Safari on a Mac to create an iLocker account.
Accessing Your iLocker Account
|Access Your iLocker Account Using SMB on the Mac
SMB is a utility that comes as part of the Mac OS. SMB provides one way to access your iLocker space. SMB will only work while on-campus.
|Access Your iLocker Space Using Fetch on the Mac
Fetch is a Mac file transfer program that you can use to transfer files to and from your iLocker account.
iLocker BSU_SHARED Folder
|BSU_SHARED Folder Access
Access files that someone has placed in the BSU_SHARED folder of their iLocker.
|Download a File from Someone's BSU_SHARED Folder
Download a file that someone else has placed in their BSU_SHARED folder on their iLocker account.
iLocker WORLD_SHARED Folder
|WORLD_SHARED Folder Access
Access files that someone has placed in the WORLD_SHARED folder of their iLocker. This TechClips shows how to do this on a Mac, but the same command works on a Windows machine
iLocker Space Usage
|Check You iLocker Usage
Each iLocker account is allocated 2 GB of space when it is created. Learn how to check your current usage.
Copy Your iLocker Files to Your Computer
|Backup Your iLocker
Copy the contents of your iLocker account down to a folder on your local computer. This is a great way to save a copy of those files.
Manage Your Root Directory
|Delete a File from the Root Directory
The main directory in your iLocker account is called the Root directory. Learn how to delete a file that you have previously placed in the Root directory.