As an AU faculty or staff member, you have space on the network Web servers to post either academic or personal Web pages.
There are four Web servers for faculty and staff. To determine which server will house your files, double-click the COMPUTER icon from the Windows desktop or Start Menu. Locate the icon that represents your G: drive; it will stand out because the label begins with your USER NAME.
For example, if your name is Jane Doe, you would see "jdoe" on "Admin2\Volume\Users\Private." The server name appears immediately after your user name. You may ignore the slash and everything that follows.
If your server name is Admin2, your Web server is admin2.american.edu.
If your server name is Auapps, your Web server auapps.american.edu.
If your server name is NW07, your Web server is nw07.american.edu.
If your server name is NW08, your Web server is nw08.american.edu.
You can post individual Web pages to your Web space by using one of the two methods described below.
Important: Be sure to name your first page index.html, since this is a system default and keeps your Web address shorter. Also, avoid using spaces or special characters in file names.
Posting Your Web Page Using an AU Computer
Create a Web page using any Web authoring tool.
If you are on campus and are using an AU computer, such as one in your office or a computer lab, log in to the network.
Double-click the COMPUTER icon on your desktop or in the Start Menu.