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 * Access to the IT Shop is only possible from within the ETH network. If you're connecting from the outside you need to open a [[Workstations/Network/VPN|VPN]] connection to ETH before continuing.  * Access to the IT Shop is only possible from within the ETH network. If you're connecting from the outside you need to open a [[Workstations/Network/VPN|VPN]] connection to ETH before continuing
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 * Map a network drive to<<BR>>`\\software.ethz.ch\<your_n.ethz-login>$`
 * Enter your n.ethz password when prompted.
 * Open a connection with Explorer to the network share<<BR>>`\\software.ethz.ch\<ETH user name>$`
 * On a self-managed windows client make sure to connect with your ETH user name including the domain, as in "d\ETH user name"
 * Enter your ETH network password when prompted.
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At the time access is available only by command line.
 * Make sure you have smbclient installed
 * Run the following command to connect, you will be prompted for your n.ethz password:<<BR>>`smbclient -W d -U <your_n.ethz-login> -m SMB3 //software.ethz.ch/<your_n.ethz-login>$`
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If successful, you will get to the following prompt:

`smb: \>`
 * Apply the [[Services/FileAccess/CIFSLinux#Protocol configuration|protocol configuration]] to raise the client protocol level.
 * See examples for [[Services/FileAccess/CIFSLinux#Desktop File Managers|Desktop File Managers]] and use the following server address:<<BR>>`smb://software.ethz.ch/<ETH user name>$`
 * If you have [[Services/FileAccess/CIFSLinux#smbclient|smbclient]] installed, run the following command to connect, you will be prompted for your ETH network password:<<BR>>`smbclient -W d -U <ETH user name> -m SMB3 //software.ethz.ch/<ETH user name>$`
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As you mapped a share, standard operations with Explorer are possible. Simply select folders to copy, press `CTRL+C` and paste them into the local folder of your choice. As you connected to a share, standard operations with Explorer are possible. Simply select folders to copy, press `CTRL+C` and paste them into the local folder of your choice.
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== Possible problems with wireless-connections ==
If there are connection-problems to the share over the wireless-lan "ETH", it helps to use the wireless-lan "public" instead. Then login on the landing-page first, then connect to the share with one of the methods described above.

Overview

This guide explains how to download software you ordered from the IT Shop (previously known as IDES or Stud-IDES).

Connecting to your IT Shop network share

  • To download your software you need to connect to your personal share from the IT Shop
  • It is important to include the "$" at the end of the paths mentioned below!
  • Access to the IT Shop is only possible from within the ETH network. If you're connecting from the outside you need to open a VPN connection to ETH before continuing

Windows

  • Open a connection with Explorer to the network share
    \\software.ethz.ch\<ETH user name>$

  • On a self-managed windows client make sure to connect with your ETH user name including the domain, as in "d\ETH user name"
  • Enter your ETH network password when prompted.

Linux

  • Apply the protocol configuration to raise the client protocol level.

  • See examples for Desktop File Managers and use the following server address:
    smb://software.ethz.ch/<ETH user name>$

  • If you have smbclient installed, run the following command to connect, you will be prompted for your ETH network password:
    smbclient -W d -U <ETH user name> -m SMB3 //software.ethz.ch/<ETH user name>$

Copying data

Windows

As you connected to a share, standard operations with Explorer are possible. Simply select folders to copy, press CTRL+C and paste them into the local folder of your choice.

Linux

smbclient is used with commands similar to ftp. The commands you are most likely to use are:

  • ls to list directory contents

  • cd to change directories

  • get to download a file

  • quit to leave smbclient

Recursively downloading a folder:

  • Type recurse, press Enter

  • Type prompt OFF, press Enter

  • To copy a folder, type mget <folder_name>, press Enter


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