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    Using Group Mailing Lists

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    VPN Client for Macintosh

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    In 2015, Dartmouth switched from a java-based VPN client (known by several names - Juniper, Network Connect, Junos Pulse) to an application that requires software be installed on the computer before the VPN connection is tried. The new product is named Big-IP Edge Client or F5 Access.

    Before you begin

    The Juniper VPN system should be entirely removed from your computer before you can install and use the Big-IP Edge Client. Make sure to look for an remove Juniper, Junos Pulse and Network Connect.

    Reset Security Questions

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    Employees and alumni of Dartmouth who have been locked out of their account due to entering incorrect security questions are now able to reset the questions themselves without the help of the IT Help Desk as long as they have a non-Dartmouth email address on file with employee.dartmouth.edu or iModules, respectively. This does not currently apply to students, sponsored accounts, departmental accounts, or organizational accounts. 

    Dartmouth Mobile

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    With Dartmouth Mobile you can stay connected and find what you need at Dartmouth. With this app you can:

    OpenAFS Client for Linux

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    The OpenAFS client can be installed on any Linux distribution but the details of how to do so vary. You will need root permission and usually some familiarity with a command line. The process is complicated by the necessity for a kernel module that must match the kernel you are running.

    Groups in Office 365 Overview

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    Office 365 groups enables teams to come together and get work done, by establishing a single hub and a single set of permissions across Office 365 applications, so teams can simplify collaboration and increase productivity. A group can include: a group mailing list, a group calendar, a share OneNote Notebook, shared space for storing files on which the group is collaborating, a website, and planner (a tool for tracking tasks associated with the group).

    Web Options for UNIX and AFS Users

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    The Web server running on www.dartmouth.edu cannot serve pages directly from AFS. Another system, caligari.dartmouth.edu, runs a Web server that can directly serve pages out of a user's account.

    Below are two options for people who want to have web pages, but keep them in AFS and maintain them directly from their AFS account.

    Create a Microsoft Team

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    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 as being available for chat requires that you always be logged into Teams via bwa.dartmouth.edu if you don't have the client. The client is available for download from https://teams.microsoft.com/downloads.

    Support Policies for Students

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    Undergraduate and Arts & Sciences graduate students at Dartmouth can access immediate assistance in any of the following ways:

    Statistical Software Support

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    Statistical computing covers the use of statistics and supported statistical packages on all of Information, Technology & Consulting's public systems, including UNIX, Macintosh, and Windows platforms.

    Supported packages include Stata, SPSS, SAS and R. Support not only includes accessing and installing these packages, but also includes assistance with the program basics, writing code, and choosing appropriate analyses. In addition, we can help you with transferring data between applications or platforms.

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