Interpreting IP addresses on the UVM network

Explanation of what the IP address for a computer connected to the UVM network (or trying to connect) indicates Read more [...]

Connecting to the “Shared” folder: Windows

How to connect to the (Active Directory Campus domain) shared drive using a Windows computer. Read more [...]

Connecting to the H: Drive: Windows

How to connect to your (Active Directory Campus domain) H drive using a Windows computer. Read more [...]

UVM Wireless – Android 6.0 and older

Connect to UVM wireless (Android) From the Home screen, open the Application Menu.  From the Menu, open Settings.  In Settings, tap on Wi-Fi.  You should now see a list of available Wi-Fi networks. Be sure to select the UVM network here.  Once you have selected UVM, a window will pop up with the settings for this network. Use these settings:EAP Method: PEAP Phase 2 authentication: MSCHAPV2 CA certificate: N/A Client certificate: N/A Identification: Your Read more [...]

Connect to the UVM Network via VPN Using an iPad

Downloading and configuring the free Cisco AnyConnect VPN Client on an iPad. Read more [...]

Wireless with Kindle

Traditional (black & white color only) Kindles are unable to connect to the UVM wireless as they are unable to connect to WPA2 enterprise or peer-to-peer networks. The only way to connect a traditional Kindle to wireless on campus would be to set up a guest account for yourself to use with the Kindle. Guest accounts will only last for 7 days before you will have to create a new one.   Kindle Fires, on the other hand, are tablets with color screens and functionality that goes beyond that Read more [...]

Netsh – How to reset Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) [Windows all versions]

When all else fails for getting a laptop/desktop networking issues resolved.. In other words, you have: 1)  Checked that the cable is plugged in. 2)  Removed the device from the device manager list, and it has successfully re-installed.  Also double checked the Driver version and date. 3)  Ran ipconfig /release and /renew from the administratively granted command prompt (Ctrl + Shift + enter) 4) Ran ipconfig /flushdns from the administratively granted command prompt (Ctrl + Shift + enter) You Read more [...]

Handheld and mobile devices–smart phones, tablets, iPads, Android devices, Kindle Fire

Resources for phones and other handheld or mobile devices. Read more [...]