CrashPlan: Restoring Data

    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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    Outlook 2013/2016 Configuration for Personal Computer – Windows

    We provide secure access to TAMHSC email from anywhere through our webmail service available from anywhere at https://webmail.tamhsc.edu/. This article will walk you through step by step on how to setup Microsoft Outlook 2013/2016 to receive and send e-mails on a laptop/desktop when not connected directly to the HSC network. 1. Click on START > All […]

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    macOS: Configuring Outlook for Mac 2016

    We provide secure access to TAMHSC email from anywhere through our webmail service available from anywhere at https://webmail.tamhsc.edu/. This article explains how to configure Outlook for Mac 2016 to send and receive emails from your HSC account. Click on Finder > Applications > Microsoft Outlook. If Outlook hasn’t been previously configured, it will automatically prompt you […]

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    How to Setup Duo Two-Factor Authentication for REDcap

    REDCap (Research Electronic Data Capture) is a secure web application for building and managing online surveys and databases. We have enabled Duo Two Factor Authentication for this service. If you are looking for A&M’s Duo service for NetID, information is available from TAMU IT. Learn more about the TAMHSC REDCap service.   To use Duo […]

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    Skype for Business: The Basics

    The Office of Information Technology is proud to present Skype for Business, a new system providing workplace instant messaging, video chat, and collaboration for TAMHSC faculty, staff, and students. Skype for Business Features: • Instant Messaging• Video calls• Skype Meetings: Use Skype to schedule meetings within Outlook• Presentations: Share your desktop, start a whiteboard, poll, […]

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    Enrolling in Password Manager

    Steps for Enrollment Log into change.tamhsc.edu. Enter your TAMHSC user name and the CAPCHA text. The Welcome Screen will direct you to complete the “Questions and Answers Profile.” Enter your TAMHSC password. Pick from the selection of questions and provide your answers. Five (5) questions and answers are required. The final question is a Help […]

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    How to Download Syncplicity for Outlook

    We are excited to announce a new add-on for Outlook that will make sending and storing files via email much more efficient, collaborative, and safe. PurposeThe new Outlook add-in will allow users to easily send files and folders as they always have, only now the files and folders will be sent as links inside of […]

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    How to update your Directory information

    Directory information at Texas A&M Health Science Center is information which could aid in faculty and staff searches and would not generally be considered harmful or an invasion of privacy if disclosed. Our Directory contains information regarding titles, phone numbers, email addresses and office locations for our faculty and staff. It is important to keep […]

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