What is happening? As part of the next Confluence upgrade, the feature that allows editing of Wiki pages at the source level (HTML editor) will transition to being available by request only in order to enhance user experience.
Resolved (Dec 12, 11:00 a.m.): The campus fax server is now available. Users who sent an outgoing fax during the outage should have received an error message via email. Inbound faxes should have received a 'target number not available' error.
What is happening? The campus fax server is currently unavailable. IST is investigating.
Questions or concerns? Please contact the IST Service Desk, firstname.lastname@example.org or ext. 44357.
What is happening? Information Systems & Technology (IST) is leading an initiative to decommission the Central Authentication Service (CAS). As part of this initial work, CAS will be reconfigured to prevent new applications from using the service.
Why is this happening?
Our CAS installation is in a deprecated state.
CAS is currently available for use by anyone on any website or application; reconfiguring the service will allow IST to prevent unknown or unapproved use of CAS.
Active Directory Federation Service (ADFS) is the recommended web-based authentication service and provides single sign-on access to University systems. All applications/websites should use ADFS moving forward.
When is this happening? The reconfiguration of CAS will occur on Monday, December 16 at 2:00 p.m.
Moving to ADFS will enable these systems to support single sign-on, a service that provides a secure method of accessing multiple web-based systems and applications without being required to log in to each one. Visit the IST Single sign-on website to learn more.
When is this happening? Wednesday, December 11.
What do users need to do? When logging into Workday or Quest: