Web Tools for Clam Users
Manage Your NetID (Account)
a NetID - creates both a NetID and a computer account needed
for email, public labs, and other services. On the next page,
select the link for Camden
Management - Clicking this link will immediately prompt you to login,
do not enter @crab or @camden, just enter
your NetID and password. The NetID management tool allows you to change your
password, manage security questions (students only), manage NetIDs (admins only),
and manage your email alias(es) (like firstname.lastname@example.org) and email
delivery addresses (accounts that should receive email forwarded through your alias(es)).
- Reset Forgotten
Password - Please DO NOT use this tool if you know your
current password. To use this tool you must either know the answers to
your security questions or have a support key from the Camden Computing
Services Help Desk. You can contact the Help Desk at
(856)225-6274 or via email at email@example.com.
Manage Your Rutgers-Camden Email Account
Personal student email accounts are managed directly in
via the Manage Email Addresses section of the
NetID Management site.
Currently registered students may use the
Online Directory Information Tool
to either change or restrict the display of personal information (including email address)
in the Rutgers Online Directory.
Your Rutgers-Camden Computer Account
Your Account Quota - this tool displays the current and
maximum storage space allocated to your clam account. This
storage space is used to hold your H: drive and your Rutgers email.
When prompted for a username, DO NOT enter @clam, or @camden, just
enter your NetID.
Site Permissions - this tool will set all the permissions
inside your public_html
directory on clam to be world-readable.
This will make the contents of public_html
accessible via the web. When prompted for a username, DO NOT enter
@clam, or @camden, just enter your NetID.
File Permissions - this tool will increase the security of
files and directories in your clam account (H: drive) by setting the
permissions so that only you can read or write to them. This DOES NOT
include files and directories in the public_html
directory. When prompted for a username, DO NOT enter @clam, or
@camden, just enter your NetID.
Your Unix Shell - typically only useful for experienced Unix
users. This tool allows you to switch between various shells (csh, ksh,
bash, tcsh). If you don't know what any of this means, you
probably don't need to use this tool.
Your GECOS Information - also typically only useful for
experienced Unix users. This tool allows you to edit your
GECOS (also called finger)
information. If you don't know what any of this means, you
probably don't need to use this tool, either.