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document Current known issues with NetMail Archive:
Users cannot print email archive records in NetMail Search when using some older versions of Internet Explorer. Cannot use address book when forwarding archived records in NetMail Search. A feature request has been submitted to Messaging Architects to add this functionality. The Print view┬Ł...
rating 25 Aug, 2017 Views: 1595
document Help, I can't find the Faculty Assignment Tool. Where can I find it?
The Faculty Assignment Tool can be found on the Intranet by clicking on the Academics link. https://www.owens.edu/faculty_assignment/
rating 23 Jul, 2014 Views: 1073
document Why was my program blocked by the software restriction list?
Owens ITS has implemented a tool named AppLocker for all desktop computers, which is used to decrease the amount of virus and malware infections. AppLocker is the second iteration of the Software Restriction List that was implemented to slow the rate of virus infections on college computers....
rating 14 Apr, 2015 Views: 2144
document Ricoh Trac User Guide
The Ricoh Trac User Guide is attached below.
rating 20 May, 2014 Views: 2711
document How do I confirm my Department ID/Password when printing?
When printing from an administrative computer, users are often prompted with a Confirm Department ID and Password box. Sometimes this can be hidden behind other windows - to find it, try minimizing all open windows. To print, enter your department ID (the same code you would use to make copies...
rating 02 Mar, 2015 Views: 1566
document What do I do if my personal network storage drive is full?
Please call the Owens IT Help Desk at 567-661-7120 and we will increase the size of your network drive to fit your needs.
rating 22 Aug, 2017 Views: 527
document Where are my Shared Folders/Network Drives located?
Accessing your Network Drives: 1. Open Windows Explorer. Right-click on the Start button and then left-click on Open Windows Explorer. Or Click on the manila folder icon in your task bar. 2. Click on Computer. 3. To access your shared network folders, click on Network(O): and...
rating 22 Aug, 2017 Views: 692