Explanation of what the IP address for a computer connected to the UVM network (or trying to connect) indicates Read more [...]
Windows 8 –using the built in back up options
Windows 8, the current version of the Microsoft Windows operating system, comes with two separate backup options. These are Windows File History and Windows Backup & Restore, and each functions slightly differently. This walkthrough is for Windows File History, a built-in application which takes regular snapshots of personal documents, music, etc, but does not back up applications or contacts by default.
You need to use an external hard drive. Read more [...]
How to download, and install WinSCP.
The program WinSCP is used to access your UVM Zoo files and folders. Read more [...]
This article describes the various recovery options for troubleshooting and repairing issues on computers running Windows 8. Upon the first login, there are no prompts for the user to create recovery media or restore points in Windows 8. The following steps detail the process of creating a bootable recovery drive on a USB storage device. This recovery drive provides a suite of useful troubleshooting tools that are used to fix problems impeding the operating system's full functionality. Read more [...]
How to connect to the (Active Directory Campus domain) shared drive using a Windows computer. Read more [...]
How to connect to your (Active Directory Campus domain) H drive using a Windows computer. Read more [...]
These directions will allow a person who HAS administrator access on an AD (active directory) joined windows machine to make other users administrators (all -tech accounts have this access). This article applies to PCs running Windows, or virtual machines on Macs running Windows. Mac OS environments are not campus domain joined.
NOTE: remote access through SimpleHelp cannot be used to do this unless the computer which needs the admin account added already has Java up to date, since Simple Help requires Read more [...]
How to use the Uninstall PGP utility in the PGP folder on a Windows 7 system:
Login to an administrator level account
Click Start, All programs, find the PGP folder, click on it
RIGHT click on Uninstall PGP, choose run as administrator
when prompted that the keys will be deleted click OK, let the uninstaller run
about 3/4ths of the way through, by the progress bar, if the process stalls
Ctrl-Alt-Delete, open task manager
Processes tab--check for PGP related processes still running--there Read more [...]
Activating / entering upgrade license / product key for a clean Windows 7 install. Read more [...]
BlackBoard support for students, faculty, and staff at UVM may be accessed through the UVM Computing Helpline. Read more [...]