ARCHIVED: Tech tips for returning to campus

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  • Don't forget your CrimsonCard and parking pass. Be sure they are up to date. Missing your CrimsonCard? See Replacing your CrimsonCard.
  • Computers that have been powered off during the pandemic may need significant time to complete upgrades. Some programs, such as Zoom, may not be able to connect until they are upgraded to a recent version. There may be many updates that are needed, such as reconfiguring Outlook after the Exchange migration, so you should allow several hours for this process and plan to have limited use of your computer during this time.
  • If you have personal data on a work computer that you have used remotely, you may want to remove your personal data.
  • You should review IU data you have stored locally while working remotely, and move it to cloud storage or on-premises storage, where appropriate. Your IT Pro can provide guidance on the right solutions for your storage needs.
  • You should bring back any peripherals you used at home (for example, your mouse, keyboard, and headset) that you will need to work on campus. Make sure any peripherals you left at work are fully charged and connected. Docking stations may need to be reconnected to reset them.
  • If you work in a residence hall, you will need to connect to eduroam as the IU Secure Wi-Fi network has been turned off in these buildings. IU Secure will be retired from all campus buildings on December 22, 2021.
  • Meeting rooms: Microsoft Teams and Zoom meetings are available from videoconferencing room systems:

    You may need to update any recurring meetings with both physical meeting rooms and Zoom/Microsoft Teams links in this new hybrid world.

  • If you need assistance, contact your IT Pro or campus Support Center.

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Last modified on 2023-05-09 10:28:18.