Access your files on silk with SSH, SFTP, or SCP. You will connect with the host w3.uvm.edu, using your NetID username and password.

From macOS or Linux

Open a command-prompt window. On a Mac, you can use Terminal, available in /Applications/Utilities.

SSH

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~$ ssh myusername@w3.uvm.edu
myusername@w3.uvm.edu's password:
[myusername@silk1 ~]$

SFTP

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~$ sftp myusername@w3.uvm.edu
Connected to w3.uvm.edu.
sftp> cd www-root
sftp> put index.html
Uploading index.html to /users/m/y/myusername/www-root/index.html
index.html                                             100% 1597     1.6KB/s   00:00

SCP

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~$ scp index.html myusername@w3.uvm.edu:www-root/
myusername@w3.uvm.edu's password:
index.html                                             100% 1597     1.6KB/s   00:00

From Windows

SSH

You will need an application that can communicate via SSH, such as PuTTY or SmarTTY. A copy of PuTTY preconfigured for some common UVM systems is available from the UVM Software Download Archive.

From your SSH client, open a connection to the host w3.uvm.edu. When prompted, type your NetID username and password.

SFTP or SCP

You will need an application that can communicate via SFTP or SCP, such as WinSCP or FileZilla. A copy of WinSCP preconfigured for some common UVM systems is available from the UVM Software Download Archive.

From your SFTP or SCP client, open a connection to the host w3.uvm.edu, using a connection type of SFTP or SCP (but not FTP). When prompted, type your NetID username and password.