AFS/IFS (M: drive) in Virtual Sites


Virtual Sites, AFS/IFS


AFS/IFS is not available in Virtual Sites but there is a workaround


AFS/IFS also known as M: drive is not directly available in Virtual Sites. The recommended secure file transfer protocol client, WinSCP is available within Virtual Sites and can help you access documents contained in your M: drive. Please refer to this knowledge article for instructions on how to use WinSCP to facilitate your use of AFS/M: drive.

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Wed 9/21/22 1:37 PM
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