IST Notice Board
- May 25 UPDATE: Podium update running unexpectedly on academic support workstations
- May 25 WatIAM maintenance
- May 26 CAS primary node maintenance
- Issue with mailservices and Thunderbird
- Issue with Outlook 2013 and Mailservices
In Information Systems & Technology (IST) we strive to provide effective information systems, technology and services in support of learning, teaching, research and administrative needs.
On our site you'll find information on the IT services and resources available to students, faculty and staff; IST and campus-wide IT projects and initiatives; and information on our continuous efforts to provide an exceptional IT environment on campus.
UPDATE: Instructions on powering on a previously powered off workstation were distributed to IT support reps. Please contact your IST Account Rep or IT support person for additional details.
Users should not attempt to power their workstations on themselves. Please wait for assistance from your IT rep.
UPDATE: The deployment has been cancelled so no new imaging processes will start (i.e. if your workstation had not yet received the update, it should not, to the best of our knowledge).
What is happening? The CAS primary node will be restarted to fix a current issue. Currently running on the backup node. CAS will require you to re-authenticate as state is not maintained between nodes. The blip will be a 3 minute window in the above larger window.
When is this happening? There will be a five minutes or less service interruption on Thursday, May 26 between 7:00 and 8:00 a.m.
What is happening? Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) and license servers will be restarted to apply updates. Servers include: licsrv1, licsrv2, vdisrv1 - 6
When is this happening? Saturday, May 21 from 10:00 a.m. to noon.
RESOLVED: Wireless service has been restored.
Thank you for your patience as we worked to resolve this issue.
Questions or concerns? Please contact the IST Service Desk, email@example.com or ext. 44357.
What is happening? An issue with the wireless network has been identified. Users may be disconnected from and have trouble reconnecting to the wireless network. IST is investigating.
Additional communications will be shared when available.