eduroam allows secure Internet access at participating campuses

    eduroam (education roaming) is a secure network access service developed for the international research and education community. It allows students, staff and faculty to use their home institution’s credentials to access wireless network services when visiting other eduroam-participating institutions without having to set up a guest account with the local institution. You can join the […]

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    Kaltura access

    The Kaltura video streaming system is currently limited to webmasters and course designers. Administrators: To access the admin console go to: kaltura.tamhsc.edu/admin_console Publishers – Test Server: Publisher Console: kaltura2.tamhsc.edu/secure/Admin Console: kaltura2.tamhsc.edu/admin_console/

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    International Travel

    International Travel Information If you are traveling out of the country there can be some possible risks when taking your own personal or state-owned equipment. The Office of Information Technology is prepared to assist our Faculty and Staff by providing them with everything they need to mitigate the risk of data loss. Many countries have […]

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    ProofPoint Whitelist Process

    The following is the process for getting bulk emails whitelisted: If you have legitimate business emails that should not be blocked you will need to save the message, and send it to the Help Desk as a .msg. To save the email in the .msg format you will double click on the email to open it in […]

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    Intro to TAMHSC Backup

    TAMHSC Backup powered by Code42 CrashPlanPRO offers the ability to backup any device anywhere across the Health Science Center. How to sign up TAMHSC Backup costs $35 per person per year to cover the cost of licensing and infrastructure. To sign up, contact your department’s business coordinator. Business coordinators, you can register your users at […]

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    Configuring CrashPlan for Backups

    Once your account has been activated for CrashPlan and the software has been installed by OIT you can begin customizing your backup. Note: Only backup what you need 1. Start the CrashPlan client and login with your TAMHSC account if needed. 2. On the Welcome page locate the device you want to configure and select […]

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    CrashPlan’s Web Console

    Crashplan also offers a web console for simple management of configuration settings and web restores. Visit backup.tamhsc.edu and sign in using your HSC Username and Password You will be able to see all devices being backed under your account To change your CrashPlan settings choose the gear icon and Edit To perform a web restore, […]

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    Restoring data with CrashPlan

    1. Open the CrashPlan client on your desktop. 2. Select the Get Files button next to the device you would like to recover from. 3. Select the file or folder to restore and select Get Files… 4. A window will pop up with options for restoring such where to save restored files

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    Digest for SPAM and Bulk Email Messages

    Proofpoint Protection Server provides a daily digest of email flagged as spam and bulk messages to give you more control over the messages that are delivered to your inbox.   A daily digest message is sent to your mailbox from Proofpoint, with links to manage your list.   Managing Mail From the Daily Digest In […]

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    TAMHSC Cloud

    If you already have an account, login with your TAMHSC username and password: Access TAMHSC Cloud New Users For account registration and setup: Self-registration Self-registration is only required once in order to establish your account; must have TAMHSC username and password. Users who self-register will be allocated cloud storage as an individual user. If you […]

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