Emergency alert tutorial

    TAMHSC is compliant with HB2758 with the utilization of E2 Campus. As of January 1, 2012, all faculty, staff and student TAMHSC email addresses will have been added into the emergency alert system. Individual users may choose to add an additional email address, to receive mobile communications via SMS, or to opt out of the […]

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    Submitting a work order

    This article shows how to submit a work order to the Help Desk using your TAMHSC username and password for assistance with your technical issue. Step 1 Go to  http://footprints.tamhsc.edu and a new window will open. Enter your TAMHSC username and password to sign in and you will see the following page. Step 2 Click […]

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    Reset a forgotten password

    Forgetting your HSC password can be problematic when you need access to network resources. You can reset a forgotten password using the Password Manager Web-Portal  If you have not yet registered, or have issues please contact the Help Desk and have your UIN handy so technicians can assist you with your password reset. See more information […]

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    Webconferencing through a Google+ Hangout

      Video chat with up to 9 people with Hangouts on Google+. Hangouts are perfect for small group meetings, collaborations or quick discussions. Find out more about Hangouts.   Follow these simple steps to give it a try for your next meeting: 1. Go to Google+ Hangouts and click “Start a hangout.”   2. Sign […]

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    Outlook 2010 Out-of-Office Assistant

    Outlook Out of Office Assistant is used to send automatic replies to those who send you e-mails while you are unavailable or have limited access to e-mail. Features:     Provide all or some of those who e-mail you with Custom Replies detailing alternate contacts, and your return date. Can be used to forward e-mails […]

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    Wireless Network

    The IT Network Services Group maintains a robust wireless data network throughout our campuses. This network provides mobile access to the Internet, including computing resources at the HSC and throughout the world. Based on 802.11a/b/g/n technology, the wireless data network is constantly being expanded and improved to meet changing demands. TAMHSC Guest Wireless Access: Access […]

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    Outlook 2010 configuration for personal computer

    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 2010 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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    Outlook AutoArchive settings

    We provide secure access to TAMHSC email from anywhere through our webmail service available from anywhere at https://webmail.tamhsc.edu/. Outlook has roughly 2GB of space for your mail, after that it will be full and prevent incoming and outgoing messages. To prevent this from happening Outlook has a feature called AutoArchive which creates a folder stored […]

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    Mac AnyConnect VPN

    The Cisco AnyConnect VPN client allows you to access TAMHSC resources from your home desktop or laptop computer. To download and configure the client, follow this step-by-step tutorial. 1. To begin, follow this link: https://vpn.tamhsc.edu and login with your TAMHSC Username and Password, making sure the Group says “HSC_Only_Traffic”. 2. Click the AnyConnect button in […]

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    Windows AnyConnect VPN

    You will need VPN if you are trying to access resources that require you to be behind the firewall. These instructions will help you set up VPN to connect to the Health Science Center network with the following settings: Connect To: https://vpn.tamhsc.edu Group: HSC User UserName: HSC Username Password:  HSC Password Downloading/Installing AnyConnect VPN Client […]

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