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One-time SDR setup on a Windows PC

One-time setup process

You will need to know three things: 1) the URL of your SDR, 2) your username and 3) your password. This information will be provided to you by your SDR system administrator, and you will need it for the one-time setup and also for using the SDR after setup.

How to set up the SDR with Windows 2000

  1. Double click on My Network Places on your Windows desktop.
  2. Double click on Add Network Place to bring up the Add Network Place Wizard:
  3. Type in the address of the SDR server and click on Next. If the server is located at www.example.com and is running on port 8080, then the address would be https://www.example.com:8080: Your SDR Administrator will provide you with this information.
  4. You may receive a Security Alert window. Click on Yes to continue:
  5. Enter your SDR user name and password (established by your SDR Administrator) and click on OK:
  6. Enter a name to use for the SDR server and click on Finish:
  7. Double click on My Network Places. You will see a folder for the SDR server:
  8. Double click on MySDRServer. You will see the two top SDR folders:

Using the SDR after setup

You may now store and retrieve files from your personal folder (in the users folder) or any group folders that your system administrator has configured for you. To change your password or establish permissions for your directory folders, see "Administering the SDR".

To access the SDR from a Web Browser, point the browser to the URL (get this from your SDR system admistrator). If the server is located at www.example.com and is running on port 8080, then the address would be https://www.example.com:8080:

SDR Help and Information

If you have any questions about the SDR, please send mail to Joe Sirott or epic@noaa.gov.

 
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