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- 01/23/14--11:24: _Connecting a Window...
- 02/19/14--08:07: _How do I control wh...
- 02/19/14--08:20: _How To Uninstall In...
- 03/04/14--13:10: _How do I clear my w...
- 03/11/14--14:58: _Website Creation Ki...
- 05/13/14--10:01: _Autodesk Free to Sc...
- 06/11/13--20:54: _New Departmental BM...
- 08/19/14--08:20: _CSU WIFI name change
- 12/10/14--07:39: _Goodbye Network Con...
- 06/15/15--14:21: _The State of Anti-V...
- 10/28/15--14:29: _Troubleshooting PDF...
- 01/04/16--08:08: _Pangea Firmware Update
- 02/15/16--13:50: _Connecting a Window...
- 03/03/16--11:08: _Cloud Storage for P...
- 03/03/16--16:33: _Sharing Folders on ...
- 03/24/16--13:01: _Pangea: Next Genera...
- 03/31/16--08:26: _Mac: How to get Pan...
- 05/18/16--14:51: _Misleading Mac Erro...
- 08/15/16--12:24: _CNSIT South Graduat...
- 09/14/16--09:54: _Reasons why CNSIT T...
- 01/23/14--11:24: Connecting a Windows 8 computer to a Network Printer
- 02/19/14--08:20: How To Uninstall Internet Explorer 11
- 03/04/14--13:10: How do I clear my web browser’s cache and history?
- 03/11/14--14:58: Website Creation Kickstarter
- 05/13/14--10:01: Autodesk Free to Schools!
- 06/11/13--20:54: New Departmental BMB Color Printer
- 08/19/14--08:20: CSU WIFI name change
- 12/10/14--07:39: Goodbye Network Connect, Hello Junos Pulse!
- 06/15/15--14:21: The State of Anti-Virus Software & CNSIT South
- 10/28/15--14:29: Troubleshooting PDF Printing Problems
- 01/04/16--08:08: Pangea Firmware Update
- 02/15/16--13:50: Connecting a Windows 10 computer to a Network Printer
- 03/03/16--11:08: Cloud Storage for Personal Data
- 03/03/16--16:33: Sharing Folders on OneDrive For Business
- 03/24/16--13:01: Pangea: Next Generation
- 03/31/16--08:26: Mac: How to get Pangea to show up on my desktop
- 05/18/16--14:51: Misleading Mac Error: “Pangea is damaged and can’t be opened.”
- 08/15/16--12:24: CNSIT South Graduate Student Orientation
- 09/14/16--09:54: Reasons why CNSIT Tickets are better than E-mail
The following directions will instruct you on how to connect a Windows 8 computer to a network printer. A network printer is a printer that connects directly to the Internet via an Ethernet cable; it does not connect directly to another computer. In order to set up and print to a network printer, your computer […]
We have been seeing more and more reports of Java not working properly in web browsers. This article should allow a user to get things back up and running. First, here is a complete article describing what the settings are and what they do, and goes into how you can add sites to a trusted […]
Recently, Windows computers began to automatically install the new version of Internet Explorer. This new version, 11, has been causing all kinds of problems across campus. Specifically users of RamCT, IS Oracle HR, and Kuali. Our solution for this is to simply uninstall, or roll back Internet Explorer to the previously installed version, 10. These […]
About cache, cookies, and history Each time you access a file through your web browser, the browser caches (stores) it. By doing this, the browser doesn’t have to newly retrieve files (including any images) from the remote web site each time you click Back or Forward. You should periodically clear the cache to allow your […]
We are often asked about how a user can create a webpage for themselves, or for their research group. While CNSIT will not create and manage group and personal web pages (we have enough on our plate at the department and college level) we can assist in getting you up and running. The information in […]
Autodesk, Inc. a leader in 3D design, engineering, and entertainment software, today announced that it will offer schools in the United States and Canada free access to its professional 3D design software and creativity applications. This represents the next step in the continued transformation of Autodesk’s education business model in order to fulfill its mission of […]
New Departmental Color Printer in MRB210 We have a new HP Color Laserjet CP4525dn printer located in MRB 210. To add this printer to your computer, please follow these instructions: Make sure you can access the new printer driver location in by clicking here. Click on the link that describes your operating system. Look under […]
Message below is from ACNS: Last week, two new wireless networks were sent across campus. csu-eid: This is to replace csu-net and csu-net5. Since most all wireless problems were due to misconfiguration or confusion over usernames, we developed csu-eid to address both issues – you use your eID as the username and we provide a […]
As with anything, all software has its cycles. We are now about ready to say goodbye to the faithful Network Connect VPN client we have been using for many years. The good news is, its replacement, Junos Pulse, is just as powerful, and works with our new operating systems, specifically, Mac OS X 10.10, AKA […]
Very recently, CSU has decided not to continue using Symantec Endpoint Protection (SEP) as its preferred anti-virus software. Our license for this software will expire at the end of June 2015. At some point after that date, SEP clients will stop receiving updated virus definitions. As such, we are in the process of migrating to […]
PDF files sometimes give us a lot of trouble when we try to print them. The causes are usually unknown, but may stem from inefficient PDF creation on the publisher side (not everyone uses Adobe Acrobat Pro to create their PDFs, unfortunately). Here are some tips to help you get that pesky PDF to print […]
WHEN: 01/05/2016 at 6:00pm to ~7:00pm WHAT: We will applying a firmware update to the storage array. IMPACT: Pangea, and all services relying on it, will be unavailable during this outage. Refer to the following URL for services this will affect: http://wp.natsci.colostate.edu/cnsit/cnsit-services-relying-on STATUS: Completed. Actual downtime was 6:00pm to 6:10pm.
The following directions will instruct you on how to connect a Windows 10 computer to a network printer. A network printer is a printer that connects directly to the Internet via an Ethernet cable; it does not connect directly to another computer. In order to set up and print to a network printer, your computer […]
Personal storage has been handled by many different technologies over the years. At first, the term was just used to describe data on your personal computer – stored in it’s local hard drive. We may have supplemented this storage with the use of external hard drives that we could move around from one computer to […]
One Drive for Business is Cloud Storage available for CSU faculty, staff and students. Currently, 1 TB of personal storage is available to each individual. To login to Office 365, go to https://portal.office.com Please keep in mind that for authenticating to O365 services at CSU, your Username must be in the format of eName@colostate.edu (you […]
Pangea is evolving! We have some exciting changes to announce with relation to the Pangea file serving service available to CNSIT South affiliates. Over the past few years, we have been able to carefully watch how folks are utilizing Pangea. This usage information, along with technological advances (and some handy changes in how we can […]
There is a default Finder setting on all new Macintosh computers, that prevent networked servers from showing up as icons on the desktop. Since Pangea is a networked server, we often receive help requests asking why Pangea isn’t connecting when using the connection app. It turns out, Pangea is actually connecting successfully, it is just […]
UPDATE for Max OS X 10.12 “Sierra” Apple has removed the “Anywhere” option from the security options described below. So, we need to open up the Terminal App (this is found in the Applications->Utilities folder) in order to re-enable this. Once the Terminal App is opened, run the following command: You will need to put […]
Your CSU eID Account Your CSU eName (aka, eID) is your University wide username. This, in combination with your CSU password, is what you will use to gain access to almost all resources you have access to. Your E-mail Account (O365) Your CSU inbox is where mail sent to your CSU e-mail address is delivered. […]
In an effort to improve the CNSIT support experience, I have put together the following reasons for using our CNSIT ticket system instead of a direct email. So, read through this article, and be sure to submit a CNSIT ticket when you next need support! It is way faster, and more convenient for both CNSIT […]