Filebox is an internet-accessible file storage space for documents, Web pages, etc.
Filebox is a Web publishing and file storage service that is provided free of charge for all current Virginia Tech faculty, staff, and students. You can use Filebox to:
Virginia Tech's central Windows 2003 Active Directory domain is named Hokies. The centralized domain structure allows a tremendous amount of flexibility in the security and administration of Windows-based university computing resources. The Windows 2003 at Virginia Tech Web site documents the advantages of this domain system and provides information about joining.
To get started with the Web Hosting Service, you need to request a Web site address, adjust the access permissions, and then upload the your Web site files.
First, choose an address for your Web site, following these guidelines:
The intention of Central Services is to provide departments that lack such resources or the personnel to maintain their own child domain with a stable, secure environment in which accounts for user workstations may be created. Departments joining Central Services will receive the many inherent security benefits without paying the associated infrastructure costs.
See below for links to instructions on creating and / or editing a Group Policy Object (GPO).
The Central Services domain (CNTRLSRVS) is a child domain that is managed by the Virginia Tech Computing Center and is available for all Virginia Tech affiliated departments.
Central Authentication Service (CAS) is a central logon service that enables you to access multiple applications by typing your PID and password credentials one time. Once logged into CAS, you can visit any Web application that uses CAS authentication without having to log on again. CAS is available to Web applications that use the Virginia Tech PID for authentication.
Advantages of using the Virginia Tech Web Hosting service include access to a secure server, a simple Web address, site analytics, and no fees to pay.
This page is designed to help beginners in basic Web page building while providing links for further instruction. Among the topics covered are obtaining Web space, using HTML and Web editors, using an FTP client, and other ways of improving your Web page.