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    Statistical Software Support

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    Statistical computing covers the use of statistics and supported statistical packages on all of Information Technology Services' 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.

    Operating Systems Upgrades and Program Compatibility

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    When Apple Computer or Microsoft Corporation release an upgrade to their operating system (OS), the upgrade normally includes many new and improved features. We are often anxious to take advantage of these new features as soon as possible, but frequently there are compatibility issues when new system software becomes available.

    Create a Group in Office 365

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    An Office 365 group includes a shared workspace for email, conversations, files, and calendar events so group members can communicate, collaborate, and quickly get stuff done.

    To Create an Office 365 Group:

    Network Jack Add Move Change Service Overview

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    Data (network) jack activation, installation, and repair requests can be placed with the Wired Network Service Request Form, or by sending an email request to [email protected]artmouth.edu.

    Quick Access

    Submit a request for moves, adds, changes to the campus network cabling by filling out the online form

    Available to

    Dartmouth faculty, staff, and students

    Microsoft Office for Windows Computers

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    Installing Microsoft Office on Your Windows Machine

    Incoming Students Computer Training

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    During the spring and summer, you will receive your Dartmouth account, and information that describe New Student Orientation events and general information about technology at Dartmouth. Online information will also describe how to use our technology resources.

    Upper Valley Internet Service Providers

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    To access the Internet from locations outside of the Dartmouth campus, you will need to contact a commercial Internet Service Provider (ISP) to investigate what kind of connection service they offer in your area and which will work best for you.

    Note: Check the agreements carefully. Some of the ISPs listed below charge a fixed fee for a certain number of connect hours, with an additional charge for extra hours. Check the web pages of these ISPs to see if the high-speed service is available in your particular area.

    Access DartFS from Windows

    Step-by-Step

    Accessing Your DartFS Private Home Directory Space (named as your Dartmouth NetID)

    1. Click the Start or Windows menu icon (bottom left corner of the desktop).
    2. In the search text field, type Run. In Windows 10, just start typing run if the search field is missing.
    3. Select and click the Run application found towards the top of the menu.

    Alumni IT Support Services

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    Dartmouth provides Alumni general help with accessing Dartmouth email accounts and with accessing systems for Alumni. These include, among others, the Alumni Directory, Career Network, myTUCK, VOLT, eTranscripts, iModules. Dartmouth Alumni should contact the Alumni Help Desk via email at [email protected] or via phone at (603) 646-3202 or toll free at (855) 215-9024.

    Normal hours for alumni support are:

    Frequently Asked Questions about PKI

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    What is PKI?

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