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    Get Started with OneDrive for Macintosh

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    OneDrive for Business provides unlimited password-protected, online storage for each user. This allows you to store documents, photos and other files online so they can be accessed from any Internet-connected computer. You can install an application on your computer so your OneDrive location acts like your computer's hard drive, or you can access/upload your OneDrive files via a web browser.

    Access from a Macintosh Computer

    Accessing OneDrive from a Macintosh Computer requires 4 parts for the initial set up.

    OmniUpdate Editing Tips

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    Many of these tips are Dartmouth-specific.

    Logging In to OmniUpdate

    Web Services has converted all OmniUpdate user accounts to use Dartmouth's Web Authentication System. Login using your NetID and password.

    If you have problems or questions, email Help.

    Paste Command

    Copying and pasting from Microsoft Word and Excel documents can sometimes lead to poorly-formatted text on your web pages.

    Dartmouth Unity Voice Mail Guide

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    Access Your Voice Mail

    From an On Campus Phone: Press the messages key, then enter your password as prompted.

    Note: On occasion, the message light is shows red on your phone and doesn't go out once you clear the messages. To turn off the message light when there are no messages, dial 72099 from your phone.

    From an on Campus Phone Other Than Yours: Dial 6-1000. You will be prompted for your ID (your 5 digit extension), then your password.

    Computer Assurance Program - How to Join

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    Departments at Dartmouth are encouraged to participate in the Computer Assurance Program (CAP).

    Microsoft Office 365 Tools

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    Microsoft is continually introducing new tools into their Office 365 suite to help increase your productivity and ability to collaborate.

    How do I access all the tools available to me via Office 365?

    Composing an Email Message

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    Dartmouth Accounts Service Overview

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    Description

    Your Dartmouth account is a unique 7 character sequence of letters and numbers used to identify you to Dartmouth systems and services. It is commonly referred to as your NetID (Network Identifier).

    When a new account is created, it must be “claimed” before it can be used. The claiming process involves setting a password for the account, then choosing security questions and answers for the account. You will be prompted to answer these security questions at different times, one word answers are the best option.

    Network Troubleshooting

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    Check with others in your area or building to determine if they are also having problems. If so, please contact the IT Service Desk at 603-646-2999, send an email to [email protected], or contact your department's IT support office.

    Accounts for Researchers

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    A research computing account consists of an account on the central file server (AFS) and login privileges on one or more Linux computer servers  that all share the same AFS accounts for user home directories. AFS accounts are available to any member of the Dartmouth community. Users may also access the AFS file servers from their own personal workstations. Sponsored (non-DND) accounts can be created in special cases.

    Applying for a Research Account

    To request an account on:

    Symantec Endpoint Protection for Macintosh

    Step by Step

    Dartmouth strongly encourages all users to install and keep anti-virus and malware software and virus definitions up-to-date on a regular basis as part of your computer maintenance routine.

    Minimum System Requirements for Installing Symantec Endpoint Protection

    Your computer must meet the following minimum computer requirements:

    • 512 MB or more RAM
    • 1 GHz or higher processor
    • 850 MB free hard drive space

    Installing Symantec Endpoint Protection for Macintosh

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