Download the file below
Note that the images may contain references to earlier version of the download file.
Double-click the file to unzip the package.
(Open the folder OpenAFS_176_LTU_32-bit_Win7.)
Open the folder OpenAFS_1717_LTU_32-bit_Win7.
Right-click on install_afs_client.
Select Run as administrator.
The installation starts.
When installation is complete, it has installed four programs for everything to work. Press any key to restart the computer.
After the computer is restarted, there are two new icons in the lower right corner of your screen. Click on the arrow symbol to show all icons, if you haven't chosen to show all.
The white "cube" is Network Identity Manager and with it, you retrieve a Kerberos ticket.
The yellow "lock", here with a red cross on to show that you do not have a valid AFS token, shows the status of the AFS client. If you point at the lock with the mouse, you can see which version you use. ITS recommends that you always use the latest version which can be downloaded from www.openafs.org.
Click on the white "cube" to open the Network Identity Manager. Then click on the icon with the yellow star.
Enter your username and click Next.
Click on Next.
Click on Next.
Enter your password.
You have now got a Kerberos ticket and Network Identity Manager also automatically downloaded an afs token to you. You can see that you have a valid AFS token since the yellow lock now doesn't have a red or black cross.