If you are employed by or working on a project with the Center for Regional Change, you can contact Teri Greenfield at firstname.lastname@example.org to get access to the server. She will facilitate the process of getting you permission and the correct documentation for your computer set-up. These steps are the initial steps you will need to follow.
Connecting to the CRC VPN and Server
To use the Center for Regional Change's Server, you first need to obtain the necessary campus computing permissions and services. At UC Davis, your Kerberos ID identifies you as a valid university computer user.
Next, you need to access the server using a virtual private connection, or "VPN." A VPN creates a secure connection through which authenticated users can see the files on the Server. It also provides another layer of security, because if you are not registered as a valid VPN user with the Center for Regional Change, you cannot access the Server.
If you have any questions, contact Teri Greenfield, Informatics Coordinator, at email@example.com
Obtain Necessary Permissions and Instructions
Contact the Informatics Coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org to verify that you are on the list of users who have access to the CRC server. Indicate the type of operating system you will be using to access the server so you can obtain instructions that are specific to your configuration.
For Your Reference: CRC Technical Information
- VPN Type: Automatic or PPTP
- IP Address: 18.104.22.168
- Domain: AD3
- User Name: Your Kerberos ID
- Password: Your Kerberos Password
- Server Name: \\crcgis.caes.ucdavis.edu\data