How do I use iLocker on my Mac computer?

iLocker - Mac

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.
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  • Topic #: 8197-2958
  • Date Created: 2/28/2013
  • Last Modified Since: 2/28/2013
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