Computers, Devices, & Connectivity

CCIT provides support for maintenance and troubleshooting for desktop and laptop computers, smartphones, tablets, printers, and other technology peripherals. We can also assist you with virus and malware removal.

Categories (5)

Printing

Buying a printer, installing a printer, using existing print services.

Networking

Knowledge related to the Mines campus network, both wired and wireless, including CSM Wireless, Eduroam, and Guest Wireless.

Telephones

Information about phone, voicemail, phone conferencing, speech automated directory...

Windows

Knowledge Related to Microsoft Windows use at Mines.

Linux

Knowledge Related to Linux use at Mines.

Articles (7)

Can I buy computer hardware at reduced prices through Mines?

This article offers guidance regarding educational discounts on computer hardware through either the Mines Bookstore or other vendors.

Can I run more than one Operating System on my computer?

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..

Computer monitors are on the wrong side.

On both our Windows and Linux lab machines, the monitor arrangement can be adjusted by end users.

How do I access my files on a network drive?

Learn how to Access files on Network Drive.

How do I keep tmux, screen, matlab, and other long running processes running after I log off?

Steps required to keep long running processes alive after log off.

ITS Equipment Check-out and Computer Loans

CCIT has several laptop computers that are available for checkout on a short-term basis.  If there is equipment available and the staff or faculty personnel is not requesting a long term reservation, we can usually accommodate their request;

What's the correct way to set up an Apple Time Capsule at Mines?

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.