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Archive – April 2008

OIT is offering a new service to help departments ensure that sensitive data they may have on local systems is protected. Offered at no charge to both academic and administrative departments, the OIT Security Check-up Service includes a review of all aspects of protecting sensitive data. (The University defines nine pieces of information as sensitive. See the University's Information Security Policy for more information about confidential information. Departments may have additional i
Have you ever worked on a document in your office, saved it to the desktop, and wished that you could work on it over the weekend from home? Faculty and staff have long wanted to remotely access their office computers from their computers at home, and now they can. Even DeSC machines can be logged into remotely from home. After an initial set up on your office computer than grants you the authority to remotely log in, you can use software that is built into your Windows computer at home t
For students to print to OIT cluster printers from their Mac computers, please use one of the utilities available on the MacSoft server to configure a printer. The version to use depends on the version of Mac OS X your computer is running. The Princeton Printer Assistant is now available for Mac OS 10.5 (Leopard). For more information, please see: