Archives for April 2014

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  18. Wireless Access

Internet Explorer Web Browser – Security Risk

April 29, 2014

Internet Explorer Browser – Security Issues Information technology recently learned that Internet Explorer has a serious security hole that may make your computer vulnerable to malware or even identity theft.Information technology recommends that you discontinue using Internet Explorer and use a different web browser until the bug is fixed. Read... View Article

UPDATE CedarInfo and CU Web Services Restored

April 22, 2014

Access to CedarInfo is now restored. Also, the Student and FacStaff homepages are now functioning normally. If you experience any residual problems, please submit an online computer service request.

CedarInfo, Cedarville Student and FacStaff Homepages Unavailable

April 22, 2014

Service Interruption CedarInfo and the Student and Facstaff homepages are currently unavailable. The Network team is working diligently to resolve the issue. Information technology apologizes for any inconvenience. Services Unaffected by the Outage The following services are operating normally and are unaffected by the current network issues: Moodle Network printing... View Article

FacStaff: Filr Launch, Used Computer Sale, Server Maintenance

April 16, 2014

Novell Filr – EZ Access to Network Drives Now there is an easier way for you to access files stored on network drives (H: S: T:) from a personal computer or mobile device. Read more about Filr installation and usage instructions. Note: if you continue to use the web-based My... View Article

Campus Phone Problems (Incoming Calls from Off-Campus)

April 11, 2014

Information technology has confirmed that campus phones are currently not receiving incoming phone calls originating from off-campus callers. It is an issue that our phone vendor will need to trouble-shoot. Information technology is working with University service center staff and phone vendor staff to resolve this problem.

Heartbleed Security Vulnerability

April 11, 2014

As you may know, there has been considerable news coverage this week for a security vulnerability called Heartbleed. This vulnerability affects certain versions of security software called OpenSSL. OpenSSL is used by some sites for providing secure web pages. CedarNet Password The networking team has checked all of the CU... View Article