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How to guide for Labby and configuring Remote Desktops to utilize Mines computer labs.
In this help guide, you can learn more information on how to set up or troubleshoot connecting remotely to the Mines Campus Network using Windows 10.
Learn how to access data on network drives such as "Home" or "Files"
In this help guide, you can learn more information on how to set up or troubleshoot connecting remotely to the Mines Campus Network with MacOS.
Most computers can be configured to run more than one operating system. Windows, macOS, and Linux (or multiple copies of each) can happily coexist on one physical computer. There are two basic strategies available for installing multiple operating systems on a single computer..
HDCP stands for High-Bandwidth Digital Content Protection, a copy-protection scheme designed to eliminate the possibility of intercepting digital data midstream between the source to the display. The format designed by Intel and licensed by Digital Content Protection, LLC uses an authentication-and-key-exchange procedure before video and audio is presented.
Mines reserves the right to terminate email and other accounts (among them MultiPass) as soon as any student or employee separates from the institution. In theory, that could be the same day the individual officially leaves Mines, so plan accordingly.
Microsoft Imagine has been moved to Microsoft Azure Dev Tools for Teaching. This article provides information on accessing and downloading most Microsoft products for free via the new interface, including Microsoft Windows 10, Windows Server 2019, and Visual Studio Enterprise 2017.
In the past, computer users at Mines may have had different passwords for various computer accounts. In March 2015, most of those accounts were consolidated under a single set of credentials referred to as the "MultiPass." To reset your Mines MultiPass, visit https://identity.mines.edu and follow the prompts. This process will reset what were once separate passwords -- Trailhead, MultiPass, and ADIT -- to a single MultiPass password.
Setting up the Apple Time Capsule on your home network is generally easy and straightforward -- as is usually the case with Apple products. However, when Time Capsule is attached to the Mines campus network, unforeseen problems arise. This is a guide to setting up Time Capsule on the Mines network in an approved, and secure, fashion.
Most Mines students receive their email through what is called a "MyMail" account. When a student leaves Mines, his or her MyMail account will very quickly go away. This article provides basic instruction and guidelines on how to retain MyMail email and export it to another email program or account before graduation.
Use this article to find out information on Live Lecture Capture within the Mines classrooms. Step-by-step instructions include:
Basic Instructions, Detailed Instructions, Uploading Zoom Recording to Canvas, Using the Document Camera, Using my own computer, Sharing my screen, Troubleshooting
SSH, or Secure Shell, is a "terminal" program used to encrypt online communications from end to end, preventing unauthorized access to a data stream.
MultiPass is the single master account for most major computer systems at Mines. Depending on your campus roles and affiliations, it may provide access to several services.
This document will quickly walk-through the self-service enrollment process for MFA (Multi-Factor Authentication) available at https://mfa.mines.edu/. The vendor being used to provide this service to Mines is Duo Security.
A list of all software existing at Mines, alphabetized by title.
Your Mines username is a unique identifier that will be used throughout your stay at Mines to log into your various campus computer accounts, and as part of your campus email address (e.g., username@mines.edu). It's hard to change.
Guidelines for setting up a Parent PIN in Trailhead.
The article provides brief guidelines for your best options for Mines email in terms of client applications and their associated protocol.
General instructions on how to connect an OrePrint or another network printer to a Microsoft Windows computer.
Guidelines on how to access a shared calendar in a Microsoft Exchange or Office365 environment.
Although Mines wired and wireless networks appear to be open (not password protected), to use them you must first "register" your computer with the network. Here's how.
Use this article as a reference for how to use the Mines mobile printing platform, known as OrePrint. This service is supported by Information and Technology Solutions.
This article answers these questions: What is a Virtual Desktop? Why is a Virtual Desktop valuable? Also included in the article is a set of instructions that a user can follow based on the operating system.