Web Interface to the Home Directory
at the University of Virginia
The Home Directory Web Interface is designed to offer convenient access
to your Home Directory account and files via a web browser.
Anyone with a Home Directory account at U.Va. may use this
Home Directory Web connections are authenticated via Netbadge. If
this is your first connection to a Netbadge enabled application in
your current browser session you will be diverted to the Netbadge
site to identify yourself, then you will be connected to the web
home directory interface.
If you work from home and use a dial-up modem or mapping drives presents
problems because of your ISP, then you may find the Home Directory Web
Interface very useful. On the other hand, if you are using a computer
on-grounds or have a high-speed connection at home, you may prefer using
the Home Directory Login program or mapping a drive to your Home Directory.
To use this interface, please be aware that you must:
- have an active Home Directory account - verify your account
status by visiting the Test
Home Directory Account web page,
- have Java Runtime Environment (Windows) or Java Applet Launcher (Macintosh
OS X and above) installed to ensure that the files you upload
or download are not corrupted during transfer
JRE and FAQ),
- click the Logout button before exiting the application
or your files may be accessible to the next person using this computer.
If this is the first time you will be using the Home Directory Web Interface,
please take a moment to review the System
Requirements and Getting
Started documents before logging into the Home Directory
If you have questions about features of the Home Directory Web Interface
or encounter odd behavior while using the Home Directory Web Interface,
it is likely that we have addressed these in our
Asked Questions (FAQ) web page. Please review the FAQ before
contacting email@example.com to see if your question or issue already
has an answer or solution.
If you have problems or questions please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.