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    Greenprint for Macintosh

    Step-by-Step

    GreenPrint is Dartmouth's public printing system. Printers are located at convenient locations around campus. GreenPrint software (Pharos) must be installed on your computer before you can use this system.

    Download GreenPrint for Mac

    Create a Microsoft Team

    Step-by-Step

    Microsoft Teams is a chat-based workspace that brings together conversations, content, and a set of tools for teams to collaborate.

    We recommend users download and use the Teams client rather than using BWA. The client is available for download from https://teams.microsoft.com/downloads.

    OpenAFS Client for Windows

    Step-by-Step

    The OpenAFS client for Windows works on all versions of Windows from XP through Windows 8.x. On this page we provide a download link and instructions for the most recent version that Research Computing has tested. openafs.org/windows.html has the official documentation and possibly newer versions of the software.

    • Installing the client
    • Basic usage
    • Uninstalling the client

    Installing the OpenAFS Client for Windows

    Connecting to an FTP Server

    Step-by-Step

    The server named dropbox.dartmouth.edu provides directories for the exchange of files between machines located on the Dartmouth campus and machines located on other networks. To connect to the dropbox.dartmouth.edu server, enter the following information:

    Working in Microsoft Teams

    Details

    Microsoft Teams is a chat-based workspace that brings together conversations, content, and a set of tools for teams to collaborate.

    We recommend users download and use the Teams client rather than using BWA. The client is available for download from https://teams.microsoft.com/downloads.

    For more information on working in Teams, see:

    First Time Users

    Windows Updates

    Details

    Microsoft provides an easy way of downloading updates to their operating systems, as well as other common Microsoft desktop applications via the Web:

    DartAlert

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    DartAlert is part of a campus-wide communications system that Dartmouth would utilize in the event of an emergency. AlertUs is the application that allows Dartmouth's authorized personnel to relay important emergency alert information to your computer screen.

    Mac OS X

    IDL at Dartmouth

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    IDL (Interactive Data Language) is a complete computing environment for the interactive analysis and visualization of data. IDL integrates a powerful, array-oriented language with numerous mathematical analysis and graphical display techniques. Programming in IDL is a time-saving alternative to programming in FORTRAN or C. You can explore data interactively using IDL commands, then create complete applications by writing IDL programs.

    Software Update on a Macintosh Computer

    Details

    Starting with Mac OS X 10.6.8, Apple provides an easy way of downloading updates to their operating systems and other Apple applications from the Apple App Store. Your computer is set to automatically download updates.

    To check the Apple App Store for updates currently available:

    1. Select the Apple icon, then Software Update.
    2. In the App Store window, select Updates.

    Alternately, you can:

    DLRecorder for Macintosh

    Step-by-Step

    1. Click here to download DLRecorder.
    2. You will prompted by the Dartmouth Web Authentication page for your NetID and password to authenticate for access to the download.
    3. Double-click to downloaded file and run the installer.

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