For information on normal operation of Offline Files, see Folder Redirection and Offline Files. If you are trying to resolve an issue, continue reading below.
Two Important Concepts
First, it's important to understand that the Offline Files facility is providing a virtual view of the network folder to which Documents has been redirected, when Widows detects that the network folder is unavailable. This means that, when Offline Files is not working correctly, users can see different things in their Documents Read more [...]
About Offline Files and Folder Redirection:
Users who regularly work from network files can take advantage of Offline Files in Windows, allowing them to access their files even when not connected to the network. When a network file is made available offline, Windows will make a copy of the file on your computer. You can use this file as usual while disconnected from the network and any changes made to these files will be synced once the computer is connected again.
UVM uses the Folder Redirection Read more [...]
All UVM Employees can execute these steps on their UVM-owned computers, if they have Administrator rights on the PC they wish to join to the CAMPUS domain. At this time, ETS does not recommend joining Apple computers to the CAMPUS domain, due to problems with the stability of the sync operation.
Note: UVM owned computers which have been purchased at the Depot should already be CAMPUS domain joined, unless the purchase order specifies otherwise.
How to join a Windows PC to the UVM CAMPUS domain:
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How do I clear my web browser's cache, cookies, and history?
In most computer-based web browsers, to open menus used to clear your cache, cookies, and history, press Ctrl-Shift-Delete (on PC systems). Command + Shift + Delete (Mac OSX systems). If this doesn't work, follow the appropriate instructions below.
If you don't see instructions below for your specific version or browser, search your browser's Help menu for "clear cache". If you're unsure what browser version you're using, Read more [...]
The purpose of this is to act as a walkthrough on setting up JMP Pro 11. You will notice this is done on a Mac but the process is pretty much the same on a Windows machine. The most common issue with this installation process is that the installer is buried within about five directories. Throughout this tutorial we will attempt to walk you through the process but if any questions come please contact the UVM Tech Team.
Start by downloading JMP 11 from the UVM Software Archive. To get there type Read more [...]
The following process is supplemental to the instructions provided by your course instructor. These instructions are intended as a supplement to the instructions provided by your professor.
Downloading NetBeans (with HTML and PHP)
These instructions should work if you are installing NetBeans on a Apple or Windows machine. Please make sure to select the relevant platform when downloading NetBeans.
Choose to download the bundle under PHP marked by the Read more [...]
Troubleshooting Offline Files
My previous post describes the normal operation of Offline Files. And most of the time, “it just works.” But there are times when it won’t, and getting it running again can be challenging.
Two Important concepts
First, it’s important to understand that the Offline Files facility is providing a virtual view of the network folder to which Documents has been redirected when Windows detects that the network folder is unavailable. This means Read more [...]
Folder Redirection and Offline Files
The following information is not new. We are in the process of making changes to our Folder Redirection policy, though, and I thought it might be helpful to have this baseline information in a place that is handy for referral.
Offline Files is a feature of Windows that was introduced in parallel with Folder Redirection in Windows 2000. Folder Redirection allows an administrator to relocate some of the user profile data folders Read more [...]
The University of Vermont Enrollment for Education Solutions with Microsoft now offers all current UVM students up to five free licenses of Microsoft Office on PC/Mac as well as mobile phone and tablet platforms as part of the Student Advantage Program, and one license to current faculty and staff (this does not include retirees, affiliated organization employees, or temporary employees). These licenses will work for as long Read more [...]
Explanation of what the IP address for a computer connected to the UVM network (or trying to connect) indicates Read more [...]