WinSCPtutorial

WinSCPtutorial - When you start WinSCP for the first time...

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When you start WinSCP for the first time, your home screen will look like this: The circled boxes are the only ones that should change: In the Host name, you will add: acme.gatech.edu In the User name, you will add: your PRISM ID, in my case gth656g In the Password, you will add: your password Your page should now look like this: If you click the Save… button (circled above), click ok, and you will be taken to this screen:
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Click Login, and you will be taken to a screen that looks like this: Enter your password that you use for T-square and click OK. You should then be taken to a screen that looks like this:
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Yours is probably much less messy, but on the left side, you will see your computer and on the right side, you will see the files on the web server. You will need to create a folder named “public_html”. To do this, click once on the folder with the arrow on it that is on the web server (circled in red above) and an outline should appear, then click the “F7 Create Directory” button (circled in blue above). A prompt should pop-up to ask what
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This note was uploaded on 02/08/2011 for the course CS 1315 taught by Professor Sweat during the Spring '08 term at Georgia Tech.

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