Category: Storage

macOS: Recover deleted files

To restore a deleted file follow the guide below: 1. Open Finder and go to “Go‐Connect to Server”. Enter the server path to your drive: e.g. smb:// ethz username/.snapshots 2. You can now get an overview of different drive versions stored on the server. The name of the folder symbolizes time of backup. With drag and drop you can copy an entire backup to the location of your choice. Double‐clicking on a backup copy, allows […]

Connect to a remote folder (macOS)

In the Finder, choose Go > “Connect to Server.” Type the network address for the folder in the Server Address field: NOTE: For Mac-Os Version prior to 10.6 you need the UNC path (according NAS nomenclature)   Enter your user account in the authentication window. Be sure to match the form d\nethz username (can be entered by pressing shift-alt-7).  

Using external Cloud Services

If not else confirmed, any data, uploaded on an external cloud provider, gets basically stored in a data center that can be located everywhere on the world. This aspects collide with the ETH compliance regulations that describes some stipulations regarding different classes of data. A further aspect of using external cloud providers is, that a direct dependency exists with an external provider which may lead into a lack of control over the data on your […]

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