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Catmail to start blocking executable email attachments on July 16, 2015
 
Eduroam WiFi access now available on all OHIO campuses
 
New printing method coming June 29 for Libraries, College of Business and other locations
 
University to add 'eduroam' WiFi access in July, 2015

Need Help?

740.593.1222
OR
Submit a work request to OIT

download antivirus software?

clear my browser cache: Android

Android
To clear cache, cookies, or history:
1.    Start your browser.
2.    Tap Menu, and then tap More.
3.    Select Settings.
4.    Under "Privacy settings", select Clear cache, Clear history, or Clear all cookie data as appropriate, and then tap OK to accept (or Cancel to cancel) the deletion.

request an SSL certificate?

Please fill out form located at this web page:

http://www.ohio.edu/oit/services/requestssl.cfm

power on or off my wireless antennae?

On a Mac

1. Select the Apple icon.

2. Click on "System Preferences".

3. Next, select "Network".

4. Select the Airport tab on the left hand side.

5. Click the button, "Turn Airport Off".

On Windows

1. Many laptops have a switch or function (fn) key that will turn wireless off.

2. If there is no switch, the wireless adaptor can be disabled in the follow manner:

a. Select the blue globe (Start Menu)

b. Select the Control Panel.

c. Select "Network and Sharing Center".

d. Select change adapter settings.

e. Right click on "Wireless Adapter" and select "disable".

f. Repeat the steps to reenable, this time selecting enable instead of disable.

report a wireless outage or issue?

Call the service desk at (740)593-1222.

get assistance setting up my computer on the wireless network?

For telephone help, call the service desk at (740)593-1222.  Walkup support is available at the Technology Depot in Baker Center 112.

get training?

Information about training seminars is available at http://author.oit.ohio.edu/technology/training/seminars.cfm

find Apple How-To videos?

locate a computer lab?

view university policy on technology usage?

Welcoming Chief Information Officer, Craig Bantz

Craig Bantz