Andrew File System accounts provide access to the University AFS cluster. AFS is used as a Linux file space and as a repository for web content. You will need a secure shell client (PuTTY) in order to utilize your AFS space. AFS uses your Active Directory username and password. If you would like to change your password, you can go to setpassword.clarkson.edu.
The AFS system can be accessed using either SSH for a command line interface or SFTP/SCP for a file management interface.
To connect to the command line using SSH, we recommend using PuTTY.
To connect using SFTP/SCP for filemanagement we recommend using WinSCP.