We have setup a new copier/printer in Anderson 115 and are currently demoing it for the next one to two weeks. The machine is a Canon CF5255 and is taking the place of the aging Xerox ColorQube. The Xerox will not be accessible during the demo and all print jobs normally bound for the Xerox should now be sent to the Canon.
SEFS IT has updated the process that automatically installs printer queues onto your machines so the next time you login you should see a new AND115-Canon print queue.
If for any reason you don’t see the print queue you can also add it by following these steps:
- Open the Start menu and if you log in as CFR type \\CFRPrint, or if you log in with your NetID type \\FS-Copiers
- In the new window that opens you should see a list of printers, double-click on the AND115-Canon printer and it should automatically download and install the print queue for you.
- You’re all set!
If you need any assistance or have any questions please contact SEFS IT via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 6–7365.
As many of you are likely aware by now the SEFS IT team has been hard at work in the background transitioning many of our systems to the NetID domain and out of our traditional CFR domain.
In the upcoming weeks we will be working to migrate workstations to the NetID domain as well. What does this mean for you? No more CFR logins! Instead you will now login with your NetID to all SEFS computers. You will still have access to all the network shares you previously had access to as well as a smoother process for accessing email and other UW IT services. At the same time we will be working to migrate servers to the NetID domain as well, but there may still be instances of needing to use your CFR login on servers while we transition.
Beginning with Bloedel Hall this week members of the SEFS IT team will be coming around to each machine, logging it in inventory and working with the owner to migrate their existing profile from the CFR to NetID domain. Following that will be an overlapping weekly schedule as we move through each hall. If you have a particular time that would work best for you please contact SEFS IT (email@example.com) to schedule an appointment.
The time required for this transition is dependent on the amount of local data stored on each machine. In order to facilitate and streamline the process we ask that all users move as much local data to network storage as possible prior the transition and to remove any local data that is backed up. Generally the full migration process (export, transition, import) takes 1–2 hours per machine. However we can work on multiple machines in the same room to reduce the overall required time.
If you have any questions about this process please contact SEFS IT either via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 206–616-7365. We hope you are as excited as we are to take this next step in moving away from the CFR domain.
The Washington Pulp and Paper Foundation has recently updated their website to a new design. This new website is well organized and responsive to mobile devices. Visit the website to see pictures and presentations from the recent annual meeting.
Here is the URL: http://depts.washington.edu/wppf
The last of the VM pools on Gibson are updating now to the new network configuration. The ability to connect a USB device to a VM will be temporarily unavailable while we get some firewall rules tweaked.
As of 9am Monday 5/26 all file shares should be accessible. If you have any trouble please first try a log out/in or a reboot, and if the problem persists please report it to email@example.com