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The Mines eduroam wireless network gives you an encrypted wireless connection on campus, and access to the wireless networks of other participating institutions and organizations while traveling. It can be used in place of the standard Mines campus network CSMwireless.
This article explains the details of how to use Microsoft's cloud-sharing and file storage solution, known as OneDrive. As a Mines student, faculty, or Staff, you will receive access to OneDrive through Microsoft's Office 365 suite.
Microsoft Teams at Mines lets faculty, staff, and students collaborate in a dynamic, chat-based environment. It’s part of your school-sponsored Office365 at Mines account.
Use this article to get answers to common questions regarding the OnBase Document Management system by Hyland.
This video will teach you how to submit a project request in TeamDynamix.
A list of all software existing at Mines, alphabetized by title.
If you are prepared to request a new software purchase at Mines, you may use the New Software Request (pilot) Service to begin the submission process. If you would like to review the form questions in the process to better understand the information required prior to submitting your request, you may use the PDF version which accompanies this article.
This article provides the basic steps on how to use the scantron for first-time users.
Adding hosted printer to user profiie
Setting up the Apple Time Capsule on your home network is generally easy and straightforward -- as is usually the case with Apple products. However, when Time Capsule is attached to the Mines campus network, unforeseen problems arise. This is a guide to setting up Time Capsule on the Mines network in an approved, and secure, fashion.
MultiPass is the single master account for most major computer systems at Mines. Depending on your campus roles and affiliations, it may provide access to several services.
Most computers can be configured to run more than one operating system. Windows, macOS, and Linux (or multiple copies of each) can happily coexist on one physical computer. There are two basic strategies available for installing multiple operating systems on a single computer..
Quotas are storage limits set for various Mines systems used by faculty, staff, and students. What are the quotas for various Mines systems? How do you check whether you're approaching yours?
This is a step-by-step guide to collecting and applying your InCommon issued S/MIME certificate to enable secure-email.
Your Mines username is a unique identifier that will be used throughout your stay at Mines to log into your various campus computer accounts, and as part of your campus email address (e.g., username@mines.edu). It's hard to change.
CCIT has found script blockers in Browsers make it look like the user is being challenged by DUO even if they are not enrolled.
On occasion, your Duo hardware fob device might become out-of-sync with what Duo expects. The symptoms of this is the frustrating, "Invalid code" message and the failure of your login attempt. It is easy to fix, however.
Multi-factor authentication (MFA) makes accounts more secure by requiring approval via a second method (generally a mobile phone) to log into particular, critical services. DUO is the system by which Mines allows for multi-factor authentication. Use this Request Service to order new activations, FOB keys, or hardware tokens. To report lost / stolen devices or if you need a temporary bypass, please use the MFA Issues Form.
The article provides brief guidelines for your best options for Mines email in terms of client applications and their associated protocol.
VPN client software based on OpenVPN is available for Microsoft Windows, macOS, Linux, iOS, and Android devices.
This article offers guidance regarding educational discounts on computer hardware through either the Mines Bookstore or other vendors.
Completion of these forms is required for Mines employees to be granted access to various parts of the Banner Admin pages. Students do not need to complete any of these forms unless they become student workers. In addition to the forms below, employees may need to complete other forms (such as confidentiality agreements, and so on) as required by various Mines departments.
SSH, or Secure Shell, is a "terminal" program used to encrypt online communications from end to end, preventing unauthorized access to a data stream.
Mines reserves the right to terminate email and other accounts (among them MultiPass) as soon as any student or employee separates from the institution. In theory, that could be the same day the individual officially leaves Mines, so plan accordingly.
How to access network drives off campus using VPN if Z and Y drives aren’t working properly.