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January 13th, 2015 — maintenance updates, Uncategorized
Computing Service will be doing work today to improve the reliability and capacity of the Campus Wireless Networking System. As part of that process the main wireless networking controller will need to be reconfigured. This reconfiguration will require rebooting the controller at least once and potentially as many as three times today. These reboots will result in an outage of all wireless networking service on our Campus for as much as 15 minutes in some areas as both controller and access points reboot. Services should return to normal after the system stabilizes. This will be the only announcement today so please remind others of the situation today. If there are any questions or concerns please contact the Help Desk at 7741. Thanks for your patience as we work to complete our preparations for the beginning of the semester.
May 17th, 2012 — Uncategorized
The following maintenance activities will take place beginning at 9 PM during our regularly scheduled maintenance window:
All Employee and TEC Classroom computers will receive upgrades to Windows and Office. Employees are encouraged to leave their computers turned on, but to log off when leaving work for the day. This will assist with the installation process and ensures that the process can run before employees return to work on Friday.
The Windows Servers will be rebooted after installing critical security patches. This will affect printing, file server home directories, and shared directories. Users should experience less than an hour of downtime.
The One Card server will experience an hour downtime while it undergoes normal maintenance.
May 26th, 2010 — Uncategorized
The following activities will take place this Thursday, May 27th after 9:00 PM:
-Critical and security patches from Microsoft will be pushed out to all employee,
lab and TEC Classrooms. If possible, please leave any employee computers turned on
when you leave work on Thursday in order to reduce the amount of interruption to
your work schedule.
Also scheduled for this weekend beginning promptly at 5 PM on Friday (5/28) is the
student email migration to GMail. Although this will not affect employee email
services, Computing Services wanted to inform all faculty and staff in the event
that a student inquires about the cut-over. Below is a copy of the message sent
to all current students:
Just a quick reminder that we will be shutting down the student email server this
weekend, as we complete the migration of all student email accounts to Google Apps.
The server will be inaccessible beginning at 5PM on Friday (5/28). Once your email
has been migrated, you will be able to access all of your messages and your
addressbook by logging into http://mail.grizzlies.adams.edu. With this change,
your email address will also change to email@example.com. We will
forward any incoming email to your new account for a few months, but you will
need to notify your contacts of your new address.
We appreciate your patience as we finish this migration, and please don't
hesitate to contact the ASC Computing Services Helpdesk at firstname.lastname@example.org
or by calling us at x7741 with any questions or concerns.
Thanks, and if you have any questions, please contact the ASC Computing Services
Helpdesk at x7741.
November 5th, 2009 — Uncategorized
Banner forms and the Banner print server will be down tonight, starting at 9pm, as a result of Thursday night Banner maintenance; Banner web services will remain up.