Verified Commit 0104d3b6 authored by Laurent Heirendt's avatar Laurent Heirendt
Browse files

change linkgs to imgs

parent 5dc21502
......@@ -20,10 +20,10 @@ This serves for internal authentication for resources provided by the LCSB, e.g.
3. Create a ticket requesting a LUMS account:
* Choose **LCSB** ticket service:<br/>
<img src="lums_ticket-main.png" height="300px"><br/>
<img src="img/lums_ticket-main.png" height="300px"><br/>
* Navigate to **"BioCore: Application Services"** and choose **"[Request for] a new LUMS account**:<br/>
<img src="lums_ticket-request.png" height="300px"><br/>
<img src="img/lums_ticket-request.png" height="300px"><br/>
* If you know already to which services you need access, please specify it in the ticket.
......@@ -33,11 +33,11 @@ In case you are not a member of the university, please ask your collaborator at
The password you will receive from the system administrators is temporary and **it will expire after one month**, so you have to reset it as soon as possible. It is usually sent as a link to [PrivateBin](https://howto.lcsb.uni.lu/?passwords). **This link is valid for one week and is deleted after you see it once**, thus you need to keep it open until you have followed these steps to reset your password:
1. Go to [lums.uni.lu](https://lums.uni.lu) and login with your LUMS username and the temporary password you received.<br>**NOTE:** If you experience any issues at this step, try to use *Chrome* browser for this procedure.<br/><img src="lums_login.png" height="200px"><br/>
1. Go to [lums.uni.lu](https://lums.uni.lu) and login with your LUMS username and the temporary password you received.<br>**NOTE:** If you experience any issues at this step, try to use *Chrome* browser for this procedure.<br/><img src="img/lums_login.png" height="200px"><br/>
Should the login look different from this, e.g. like a pop-up, click on **x** or **Cancel** to close it.
2. You will be prompted to reset your password:<br/>
<img src="lums_first-reset-password.png" height="300px"><br/>
<img src="img/lums_first-reset-password.png" height="300px"><br/>
3. Enter your temporary password into the field **"Current Password"**.
4. Leave the **"OTP"** field blank.
5. Enter a new password of your choice in the field **"New Password"** and repeat the same password in the field **"Verify Password"**. This is the actual password you need to use from now on, so make sure to remember it.
......@@ -48,10 +48,10 @@ It is a good practice to use a password manager which will not only help you to
## Changing password for LUMS accounts
If you want to change your password for the LUMS account, you can:
1. Go to [lums.uni.lu](https://lums.uni.lu) and login with your LUMS credentials:
<br/><img src="lums_login.png" height="200px">
<br/><img src="img/lums_login.png" height="200px">
2. In the top-right corner click on your name and select **Change password**:
<br/><img src="lums_home-settings.png" height="300px">
<br/><img src="img/lums_home-settings.png" height="300px">
3. Enter your current password and your new password:
<br/><img src="lums_reset-password.png" height="300px">
<br/><img src="img/lums_reset-password.png" height="300px">
......@@ -36,7 +36,7 @@ When sending passwords to collaborators, it is not advised to use e-mail or inst
### Sending a password
1. 1. Go to [Privatebin @ LCSB](https://privatebin.lcsb.uni.lu/) and type the password you want to share into the Editor tab. You will be asked to enter your LUMS credentials when you click on "Send"<br/>
<img src="privatebin-editor.png">
<img src="img/privatebin-editor.png">
1. Set expiry period
- For the highest safety measures, sender can allow password link to be used only once so it expires upon first access. This feature can be set by checking **Burn after reading** checkbox.
......@@ -44,15 +44,15 @@ When sending passwords to collaborators, it is not advised to use e-mail or inst
1. You can also enter a password to protect your password link - this should be **different** from the password you are sharing!
1. Click **Send** in right-top corner
- you should be redirected to a page containing the password and password link
<img src="privatebin-link.png"><br/>
<img src="img/privatebin-link.png"><br/>
1. Share the **link** with your collaborator via your favorite communication channel
### Receiving a password
* You have been provided a link to website where your new password is stored. (This link can be protected by yet another password you might be asked to enter.)
<img src="privatebin-password.png"><br/>
<img src="img/privatebin-password.png"><br/>
* If you see following:
<img src="privatebin-expired.png"><br/>
<img src="img/privatebin-expired.png"><br/>
* You have either entered the wrong/incomplete link - try copy-pasting the link into your browser instead of clicking on it - or
* your password link has already expired. In that case you will have to request a new link.<br/>
**Warning!**: If the password link was set with one access only (**Burn after reading**) and you are sure that you haven't accessed the link so far, you should notify the password sender because there is a chance that your communication was intercepted and someone accessed the link before you.<br/>
......
......@@ -14,7 +14,7 @@ In addition to the LCSB account, external collaborators are provided with VPN ac
1. To reset temporary VPN password please visit [PasswordReset](https://passwordreset.uni.lu)
<img src="password-reset-vpn.png" height="300px"><br/>
<img src="img/password-reset-vpn.png" height="300px"><br/>
2. Click on **Change password**
......@@ -23,12 +23,12 @@ In addition to the LCSB account, external collaborators are provided with VPN ac
* Username - firstname.lastname
* Password - Temporary password provided by Sysadmins for VPN
<img src="password-reset-vpn-01.png" height="300px"><br/>
<img src="img/password-reset-vpn-01.png" height="300px"><br/>
* Click **Next**
* Enter the new password that you want to use.
<img src="password-reset-vpn-02.png" height="300px"><br/>
<img src="img/password-reset-vpn-02.png" height="300px"><br/>
## Download VPN
......@@ -40,16 +40,16 @@ Once you have reset your VPN Password, please download VPN client from [VPN](htt
2. Password - Password you have set for VPN
**Note**- If firstname.lastname does not work, give a try with firstname.lastname@uni.lu
<img src="vpn-download.png" height="300px"><br/>
<img src="img/vpn-download.png" height="300px"><br/>
Then depending on your distribution of OS, it will suggest you a link to download.
<img src="vpn-download-01.png" height="300px"><br/>
<img src="img/vpn-download-01.png" height="300px"><br/>
## Connect to Cerbere via VPN
1. Launch the VPN client and enter
<img src="vpn-connect-01.png" height="300px"><br/>
<img src="img/vpn-connect-01.png" height="300px"><br/>
2. Enter
......
......@@ -19,42 +19,42 @@ Please update your fork first, by View > Command Palette and searching for 'Git:
For each how-to card, it is strongly recommended to create a new branch.
- click on:
<img src="visual-code_img_1.png" height="50"> (on the bottom left)
<img src="img/visual-code_img_1.png" height="50"> (on the bottom left)
- click on: `create new branch from...`
<img src="visual-code_img_2.png">
<img src="img/visual-code_img_2.png">
- add a name of the branch (e.g., name of the how-to card) and press Enter
- choose `upstream/develop`
<img src="visual-code_img_3.png">
<img src="img/visual-code_img_3.png">
- the new branch is created as can be seen on the bottom left of the screen
<img src="visual-code_img_4.png">
<img src="img/visual-code_img_4.png">
## Step 2: Create a new folder
- To create a new folder, browse to `howto-cards-internal`
<img src="visual-code_img_5.png">
<img src="img/visual-code_img_5.png">
- Then, select the `internal` folder:
<img src="visual-code_img_6.png">
<img src="img/visual-code_img_6.png">
- Click on new folder (the name of the folder should be the name of the howto card). Please only use lowercase letters.
<img src="visual-code_img_7.png" height="60">
<img src="img/visual-code_img_7.png" height="60">
## Step 3: Create a new file
- Click on `New file`. Name the file the same as the folder using lowercase letters linked by dashes
<img src="visual-code_img_8.png" height="60">
<img src="img/visual-code_img_8.png" height="60">
## Step 4: Write the procedure in Markdown
......@@ -62,27 +62,27 @@ If you need more details on how to do this, refer to the [corresponding howto-ca
## Step 5: Commit your changes
- on the left side click on: <img src="visual-code_img_11.png" height="50" width="50">
- on the left side click on: <img src="img/visual-code_img_11.png" height="50" width="50">
- below changes click on:
<img src="visual-code_img_12.png">
<img src="img/visual-code_img_12.png">
stated changes
- add a message (description of your changes) and click "commit"
<img src="visual-code_img_13.png">
<img src="img/visual-code_img_13.png">
## Step 6: Push to git-r3lab
- When you push your procedure for the first time click on the cloud icon:
<img src="visual-code_img_15.png">
<img src="img/visual-code_img_15.png">
- Choose origin/"your gitlab user name"
- Open git-r3lab: https://git-r3lab.uni.lu/
<img src="visual-code_img_16.png">
<img src="img/visual-code_img_16.png">
- To synchronize changes: <img src="visual-code_img_17.png">
- To synchronize changes: <img src="img/visual-code_img_17.png">
......@@ -24,23 +24,23 @@ Markdown is a lightweight markup language with plain text formatting syntax whic
## Quick reference
- The following symbol <img src="visual-code_img_9.png" height="20"> behind the file name means that your changes/writing is not saved.
- The following symbol <img src="img/visual-code_img_9.png" height="20"> behind the file name means that your changes/writing is not saved.
press crt+s to save your procedure
- To preview your writing click on:
<img src="visual-code_img_10.png">
<img src="img/visual-code_img_10.png">
- **tips to write in markdown:**
<img src="visual-code_img_18.png">
<img src="img/visual-code_img_18.png">
**insert pictures:**
<img src="visual-code_img_19.png" width="1000">
<img src="img/visual-code_img_19.png" width="1000">
**create a table**
<img src="visual-code_img_20.png">
<img src="img/visual-code_img_20.png">
## Syntax
......@@ -139,11 +139,11 @@ Markdown is a lightweight markup language with plain text formatting syntax whic
<tr>
<td>
<code>
Include local pictures: ![My awesome picture](/img/r3_logo.png)
Include local pictures: ![My awesome picture](img/r3_logo.png)
</code>
</td>
<td>
Include local pictures: <img src="../img/img.png">
Include local pictures: <img src="img/img.png">
</td>
</tr>
<tr>
......
......@@ -14,7 +14,7 @@ DAISY is a tool that assists GDPR compliance by keeping a register of personal d
The dependencies between DAISY modules is given below. There are no hard dependencies between the Projects, Contracts and Datasets modules. In principle you may start using any of these modules once DAISY is deployed with pre-packed definitions.
![Alt](dependencies.png "DAISY module dependencies")
![Alt](img/dependencies.png "DAISY module dependencies")
<center>DAISY module dependencies</center>
<mark>Our suggestion to first-time users is the following</mark>:
......
......@@ -5,7 +5,7 @@
Upon successful installation of DAISY, going to the web address ```https://${IP_ADDRESS_OR_NAME_OF_DEPLOYMENT_SERVER}```
should display the login page.
![Alt](img/img/login.png)
![Alt](img/login.png)
<center>DAISY Login Page</center>
Based on the authentication configuration made for your deployment, you may login by:
......
......@@ -14,13 +14,13 @@ If you don't want to be overwhelmed by doodle polls and multiple rescheduling of
1. log-in into OWA ([owa.uni.lu](https://owa.uni.lu))
1. navigate to calendar (top-left corner)
<img src="an_owa_mail.png" height="250px" />
<img src="img/an_owa_mail.png" height="250px" />
1. click on **Share**
<img src="an_owa_calendar.png" height="250px" />
<img src="img/an_owa_calendar.png" height="250px" />
1. add people you want to share your calendar with
<img src="an_owa_sharing-detail.png" height="350px" />
<img src="img/an_owa_sharing-detail.png" height="350px" />
1. choose a role for each of your collaborators. This defines how much information related to your events will be visible to others.
......@@ -29,15 +29,15 @@ If you don't want to be overwhelmed by doodle polls and multiple rescheduling of
## Sharing calendar via Outlook Client
In order to share calendar using Outlook Client:
1. navigate to calendar tab
<img src="an_outlook_mail.png" height="300px" />
<img src="img/an_outlook_mail.png" height="300px" />
1. click on **Share Calendar**
<img src="an_outlook_calendar.png" height="300px" />
<img src="img/an_outlook_calendar.png" height="300px" />
1. add your collaborators you want to share your calendar with as recipients
1. choose amount of shared information about your events
<img src="an_outlook_sharing-detail.png" height="300px" />
<img src="img/an_outlook_sharing-detail.png" height="300px" />
1. send the invitation to your calendar
......@@ -41,14 +41,14 @@ The use of DUMA is mediated by LCSB's data stewards. If you require assistance i
In the following steps we provide instructions on how to use AsperaWEB web interface.
1. Once you receive your **access link** and **password** from the LCSB, visit the link using a standard web browser. Firefox 66.x (or higher) recommended, but others should also work. You will be prompted for your password (see below).<br/>
![Alt](duma_1.png "Title")
![Alt](img/duma_1.png "Title")
2. When you visit a AsperaWEB access link for the very first time, you will be prompted to install or update **IBM Aspera Connect** client.
* click **Download** or **Download the App** buttons (see below). <br/>![Alt](duma_2.png "Title")
* click **Download** or **Download the App** buttons (see below). <br/>![Alt](img/duma_2.png "Title")
* wait for the download to finish, the prompt should go to step 3. <br/>![Alt](duma_3.png "Title")
* wait for the download to finish, the prompt should go to step 3. <br/>![Alt](img/duma_3.png "Title")
* open the installer just downloaded and start the installer. <br/>![Alt](duma_4.png "Title")
* open the installer just downloaded and start the installer. <br/>![Alt](img/duma_4.png "Title")
* close the installer, the Aspera Connect should try to open - *depending on your Operating System you may be asked if you are sure to open it* -
......@@ -58,7 +58,7 @@ In the following steps we provide instructions on how to use AsperaWEB web inter
3. The **access link** page will display a **File Browser** section. Depending on the settings per access link, users can create or delete folders in the File Browser and upload and/or download data.<br/>
![Alt](duma_6.png "Title")
![Alt](img/duma_6.png "Title")
4. Clicking **Upload** or **Download** will launch the **IBM Aspera Connect** client on your computer. You first will be asked whether you allow the client to connect to aspera.lcsb.uni.lu. Choose **Allow**.
......@@ -66,14 +66,14 @@ In the following steps we provide instructions on how to use AsperaWEB web inter
5. At any time you can launch **IBM Aspera Connect** to display the status of uploads to or downloads from your computer. <br/>
![Alt](duma_8.png "Title")
![Alt](img/duma_8.png "Title")
6. All data are encrypted on server side and they stay encrypted also upon download. For decryption, you have to navigate into your **IBM Aspera Connect** window and click "**Unlock encrypted files**". <br/>
![Alt](duma_9.png "Title") <br/>
![Alt](img/duma_9.png "Title") <br/>
You will be prompted for encryption passphrase which is present on the file browser. <br/>
![Alt](duma_10.png "Title") <br/>
![Alt](img/duma_10.png "Title") <br/>
Encrypted files are by default kept on your disc after decryption. If you want to change this behaviour, navigate to Options->Settings and check "Delete encrypted files when finished" box.
......@@ -85,8 +85,8 @@ Encrypted files are by default kept on your disc after decryption. If you want t
Go to the help section of your access link
<br/> ![Alt](duma_help_link.png "Title") <br/><br/><br/>
<br/> ![Alt](img/duma_help_link.png "Title") <br/><br/><br/>
And follow the steps in the **Using the command line** section.
<br/> ![Alt](duma_cli_tokens.png "Title") <br/><br/><br/>
<br/> ![Alt](img/duma_cli_tokens.png "Title") <br/><br/><br/>
......@@ -21,7 +21,7 @@ Similar to other cloud storage systems, ownCloud is accessible both via a browse
![LCSB ownCloud web login](owcld_1.png)
![LCSB ownCloud web login](img/owcld_1.png)
You can download the ownCloud client suitable for your staff computer [here](https://owncloud.org/download/). User documentation on ownCloud tools and portal can be found [here](https://doc.owncloud.com/server/index.html).
......@@ -33,7 +33,7 @@ When sharing research data, one should observe the following guidance using Ownc
![](owcld_2.png)
![](img/owcld_2.png)
* When sharing folders via Links, **the link passwords should not be sent plain in email**. Instead, password links should be used. If you need to generate link passwords can use the [Private bin](https://privatebin.lcsb.uni.lu) service hosted by the LCSB.
......@@ -54,42 +54,42 @@ When sharing research data, one should observe the following guidance using Ownc
3. Owncloud Setup Wizard will pop-up, like below image -
<img src="setup-wizard-01.png" height="300px"><br/>
<img src="img/setup-wizard-01.png" height="300px"><br/>
4. Click **Next**
5. Clic **Next** when Custom Setup window appears -
<img src="custom-setup-01.png" height="300px"><br/>
<img src="img/custom-setup-01.png" height="300px"><br/>
6. Click **Install** on Ready to Install window -
7. Click **Yes** when asked if you want to allow this app to install software on your PC -
<img src="user-account-control.png" height="300px"><br/>
<img src="img/user-account-control.png" height="300px"><br/>
**Note**- If you do not have admin rights, please ask SIU to provide you the admin rights on the laptop or do the installation for you.
8. Click **Finish** when the owncloud setup wizard completes -
<img src="setup-wizard-complete.png" height="300px"><br/>
<img src="img/setup-wizard-complete.png" height="300px"><br/>
9. Please enter **owncloud.lcsb.uni.lu** when the following window appears -
<img src="server-address.png" height="300px"><br/>
<img src="img/server-address.png" height="300px"><br/>
10. Enter User Credentials -
* Username - firstname.lastname
* Password - LUMS password
<img src="user-credentials.png" height="300px"><br/>
<img src="img/user-credentials.png" height="300px"><br/>
11. It may ask you to trust the **certificate**, please do so by clicking **OK**
12. Once you are done with above steps, you should see something as below -
<img src="local-folder-options.png" height="300px"><br/>
<img src="img/local-folder-options.png" height="300px"><br/>
13. You can choose if you want the Owncloud folder in a different location by clicking on **Local folder** bar as shown in above image.
......@@ -102,14 +102,14 @@ When sharing research data, one should observe the following guidance using Ownc
17. Once the synchronization is finished, you should see something as below -
<img src="synchronization.png" height="300px"><br/>
<img src="img/synchronization.png" height="300px"><br/>
18. From the activity you can see what was **synced**, **not synced** and **server activity**
<img src="activity.png" height="300px"><br/>
<img src="img/activity.png" height="300px"><br/>
19. On windows, the Owncloud bar is on the right hand corner under hidden icon **^**
20. For quick access to owncloud folder, please go to **Local Disk (C:)** > **Users** > **yourname** and then right click on the Owncloud folder and select **Pin to Quick access**
<img src="quick-access.png" height="300px"><br/>
\ No newline at end of file
<img src="img/quick-access.png" height="300px"><br/>
\ No newline at end of file
......@@ -14,9 +14,9 @@ Encrypting an entire hard disk is an effective protective measure against comput
## macOS
The disk encryption feature of macOS is called **FileVault**. When you switch **FileVault** on for the first time, it will initially encrypt all of your existing data, and then it will ensure all new data is encrypted. The steps to enable **FileVault** are as follows:
1. Using Finder open up **/Applications/System Preferences** and Select **Security & Privacy**, then select the **FileVault** tab. If you have not enabled FileVault already, you should see the following <br/> ![Alt](disk_enc_mac_1.png "Title")
2. Select **Turn on FileVault**. If there are multiple user accounts on your Mac, you will be asked whether you want to enable File Vault for those users. If you choose to enable File Vault for users (other than the one currently logged in), you'd be prompted for passwords. <br/> ![Alt](disk_enc_mac_2.png "Title")
3. FileVault links encryption and decryption of the disk to your login password. Additionally, it lets you create a recovery key, in case you forget your password. It is advised to create a recovery key (see below), which will be a 24 character alphanumeric key displayed to you at the time of creation. It is important that you keep this key somewhere safe (e.g. in your password manager). <br/> ![Alt](disk_enc_mac_3.png "Title")
1. Using Finder open up **/Applications/System Preferences** and Select **Security & Privacy**, then select the **FileVault** tab. If you have not enabled FileVault already, you should see the following <br/> ![Alt](img/disk_enc_mac_1.png "Title")
2. Select **Turn on FileVault**. If there are multiple user accounts on your Mac, you will be asked whether you want to enable File Vault for those users. If you choose to enable File Vault for users (other than the one currently logged in), you'd be prompted for passwords. <br/> ![Alt](img/disk_enc_mac_2.png "Title")
3. FileVault links encryption and decryption of the disk to your login password. Additionally, it lets you create a recovery key, in case you forget your password. It is advised to create a recovery key (see below), which will be a 24 character alphanumeric key displayed to you at the time of creation. It is important that you keep this key somewhere safe (e.g. in your password manager). <br/> ![Alt](img/disk_enc_mac_3.png "Title")
## Windows
......@@ -28,15 +28,15 @@ Windows's native feature for disk encryption is called **BitLocker**. Please not
The steps to enable **BitLocker** are as follows:
1. Login as administrator. From the **Control Panel**, select **BitLocker Drive Encryption** and click **Turn on BitLocker**. <br/> ![Alt](disk_enc_win_0.png "Title")
1. Login as administrator. From the **Control Panel**, select **BitLocker Drive Encryption** and click **Turn on BitLocker**. <br/> ![Alt](img/disk_enc_win_0.png "Title")
2. BitLocker will check whether your computer meets the disk encryption requirements (including TPM described above). If requirements are met and TPM is already switched on, then the setup will take you **BitLocker Startup Preferences** Steps-7 onwards. If TPM is switched OFF, then Steps 3-6 will also need to be followed.
3. The setup wizard will list two tasks that will be performed. First Turning on TPM and, second, encrypting the drive (see below). <br/> ![Alt](disk_enc_win_1.png "Title")
4. You will be prompted to remove any CDs, DVDs, and USB flash drives from your computer. Do so, and select **Shutdown** as seen below. <br/> ![Alt](disk_enc_win_2.png "Title")
3. The setup wizard will list two tasks that will be performed. First Turning on TPM and, second, encrypting the drive (see below). <br/> ![Alt](img/disk_enc_win_1.png "Title")
4. You will be prompted to remove any CDs, DVDs, and USB flash drives from your computer. Do so, and select **Shutdown** as seen below. <br/> ![Alt](img/disk_enc_win_2.png "Title")
5. Once your computer is shutdown completely, turn it back on. You will be asked for confirmation of TPM setup. Confirm that you want to perform this action.
6. Your computer may shut down once after the confirmation, turn it back on.
7. The **BitLocker Setup wizard** will pop up automatically and show that first of the two setup tasks is complete (see below). <br/> ![Alt](disk_enc_win_3.png "Title")
8. You will be shown **BitLocker startup preferences** screen seen below. Select the option to **Require PIN at every startup**. <br/> ![Alt](disk_enc_win_4.png "Title")
9. You will be asked for a PIN, provide it. Remember that this PIN will be asked each time your computer is (re)started. This will happen before you're asked for your login password. <br/> ![Alt](disk_enc_win_5.png "Title")
7. The **BitLocker Setup wizard** will pop up automatically and show that first of the two setup tasks is complete (see below). <br/> ![Alt](img/disk_enc_win_3.png "Title")
8. You will be shown **BitLocker startup preferences** screen seen below. Select the option to **Require PIN at every startup**. <br/> ![Alt](img/disk_enc_win_4.png "Title")
9. You will be asked for a PIN, provide it. Remember that this PIN will be asked each time your computer is (re)started. This will happen before you're asked for your login password. <br/> ![Alt](img/disk_enc_win_5.png "Title")
10. In the next step BitLocker will generate for you a 48 digit recovery key, and you will be asked for how you want to store it. You will be given the option to either print the key or save it in a USB drive. Also, it is a good idea to store this key in your password manager.
11. You will need to restart your computer. Disk encryption process will then start in the background, you may continue to work during this process.
......
......@@ -15,15 +15,15 @@ Encryption is an effective measure to protect sensitive data. In this lab card w
The built-in mechanism for file-level encryption on a Mac is Encrypted Disk Images (*.dmg* files). In order to create a disk image:
1. Using Finder open up **/Applications/Utilities/Disk Utility**
2. From the Disk Utility menu select **/File/New Image** <br/> ![Alt](enc_mac_1.png "Title")
2. From the Disk Utility menu select **/File/New Image** <br/> ![Alt](img/enc_mac_1.png "Title")
3. You will have two options; either to create a **Blank Image** or to create an **Image from Folder**. Choose the option that fits your situation.
4. You will be prompted for configurations for the image. <br/> ![Alt](enc_mac_2.png "Title")
4. You will be prompted for configurations for the image. <br/> ![Alt](img/enc_mac_2.png "Title")
5. Make the following settings
- Set a name for your image (also set a size if this is a blank image),
- Set a format for the image. Format should be _read/write_ for blank images. When creating an image from a folder to an image the format can be _read/write_ or _read_ only.
- Turn encryption on by selecting either 128 or 256 bit option, you will then be prompted for a _password_ for your image. Provide a password and save.
6. A _.dmg_ file will be created with the name you supplied. <br/> ![Alt](enc_mac_3.png "Title")
7. Whenever you want to load the image you will be prompted for the password. Remember to eject the disk image when you're not accessing the files within. <br/> ![Alt](enc_mac_4.png "Title")
6. A _.dmg_ file will be created with the name you supplied. <br/> ![Alt](img/enc_mac_3.png "Title")
7. Whenever you want to load the image you will be prompted for the password. Remember to eject the disk image when you're not accessing the files within. <br/> ![Alt](img/enc_mac_4.png "Title")
## Linux
......@@ -71,11 +71,11 @@ On Windows, file level encryption can be achieved using the Encrypting File Syst
In order to use turn on EFS for a folder:
1. Using **File Explorer** locate the folder you want to encrypt. Right click and select **Properties**.
2. Select **Advanced**. From the **Advanced Attributes** screen check the option **Encrypt contents to secure data** and click **OK**, then **Apply**. If this option is appearing dimmed or disabled please contact [University IT Support](https://service.uni.lu/). <br/> ![Alt](enc_win_1.png "Title")
2. Select **Advanced**. From the **Advanced Attributes** screen check the option **Encrypt contents to secure data** and click **OK**, then **Apply**. If this option is appearing dimmed or disabled please contact [University IT Support](https://service.uni.lu/). <br/> ![Alt](img/enc_win_1.png "Title")
3. When prompted select the option to apply changes (encryption) to **subfolders and files** and click **OK**.
4. Notice that this process does not ask you for a password as the files are protected with a key enabled only when **you** login. When other users, including admins, login to your machine they will not be able to see the contents of encrypted folders/files.
5. When you enable EFS on your machine Windows will start prompting you to backup your **encryption key**. It is advised to backup, as you may not be able access encrypted folders after a Windows re-install.
6. When prompted for backup, choose **Backup now**. This will take you to the **Certificate Export Wizard**. for the export format select **Personal Information Exchange (.PFX)** also select **Enable certificate privacy**. <br/> ![Alt](enc_win_2.png "Title")
6. When prompted for backup, choose **Backup now**. This will take you to the **Certificate Export Wizard**. for the export format select **Personal Information Exchange (.PFX)** also select **Enable certificate privacy**. <br/> ![Alt](img/enc_win_2.png "Title")
7. In the **Security** step select **Password** and set a password on the encryption key.
8. In the final step navigate to the location you want the key backup (the _.pfx_ file) to be stored. This could be a USB drive or your personal ownCloud folder.
......
Markdown is supported
0% or .
You are about to add 0 people to the discussion. Proceed with caution.
Finish editing this message first!
Please register or to comment