If you are a macOS or Linux user:
- You can use Cyberduck to access AFS Files.
- You can use your computer’s built-in SSH client to perform tasks such as managing AFS file sharing permissions or setting up websites.
If you are Windows user:
- You can use either Cyberduck or WinSCP to access AFS Files.
- You can use either PuTTY or your computer’s built-in SSH client to perform tasks such as managing AFS file sharing permissions or setting up websites.
See mFile vs Cyberduck comparison chart for more information.
Follow the instructions on the ITS website to share some or all of your files in AFS with specific U-M people or groups.
You can use Cyberduck to migrate all of your AFS files and folders to your computer, U-M Google Drive, U-M Dropbox, or any of the other destinations that Cyberduck is able to access.
AFS migration tools for Microsoft Windows, Apple macOS, and Linux are still available on the ITS website.
AFS migration tools for Box and Google Drive are no longer available.
No, you do not have to donate or pay for Cyberduck. Cyberduck is a free software that is available worldwide. Development and maintenance of the software is supported through voluntary donations from people who use the software. Cyberduck authors are not affiliated with the University of Michigan.