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Posts from ‘July, 2012’

Computing Services Maintenance Activities for Thursday, 7/26/2012

The following maintenance activity will take place during our normally scheduled maintenance window: At 9 PM, we will be re-enabling storage quotas on all Shared directories. These were disabled previously due to an issue that has since been resolved. There are no anticipated outages or errors to our users due to this maintenance. As always, […]

Screen paneling update

The new screen is about half paneled now. Here are some photos of the planetarium theater from this afternoon: There are 51 panels, and it takes about an hour to put up one panel. The screen should be finished and the planetarium cleaned up for carpeting by Friday afternoon.

CS Maintenance for Thursday, July 12th, and Employee Anti-Virus Software Migration Details

The following maintenance activities will be taking place this week during our normally scheduled maintenance window -Employee and TEC Classroom PCs will be receiving critical Windows security patches. Employees are encouraged to leave their computers on, but log out as you leave work on Thursday. This will allow the updates to install overnight and minimize […]

The screen frame is up!

The frame for the new screen is up! Speakers are in place, and the cove is being added. Paneling will begin on Monday. Here are a few photos…

Computing Services Maintenance for Thursday, 7/5 and Banner Upgrades Saturday, 7/7

The following maintenance activities will be taking place this week: -During our regularly scheduled Thursday night maintenance window (7/5), we will be reconfiguring our network switching infrastructure to improve redundancy to several key services. Beginning at 9 PM, brief outages to various networking services (Employee email, web servers, home and shared directories) are anticipated, lasting […]

Screen construction begins!

The new planetarium screen was unloaded this morning, and construction, rather than just preparation, began in earnest. New chains have been hung, and the base ring has been assembled. You can read a bit more on the “About” page, and I’ll post some photos here as more progress is made.

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