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    Incoming Students Bringing a Computer from Home

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    If you already own a computer, or plan to buy one from someone other than Dartmouth's Computer Store, please be aware that you will not be entitled to a free loaner from the Computer Store and will be charged a service fee if you bring your computer to the Computer Store for service.

    Desktop Application Instructor-led Workshops

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    Access Disk Utilities on a Macintosh

    Step by Step

    1. If you're using OS X Lion (10.7) or later, start the computer from Recovery System or Internet Recovery. To start your Macintosh computer from Recovery, restart your computer and hold down the Command and R keys at startup. You need to have a connection to the Internet to do this. If you're using an older version of OS X and your computer came with a Mac OS X Install disc, insert the installation disc and restart the computer while holding the C key instead.

    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.

    Apple TV

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    Apple TVs will work when plugged into campus Ethernet (a wired network connection). However, they need to be registered on the Dartmouth network when they are first set up. To do this, follow the instructions found at

    Connect to the Ethernet (Wired) Network

    Apple TVs do not work on our campus wireless networks.

    How to Use a GreenPrint Printer

    Step-by-Step

    1. Touch the card reader screen and swipe your Dartmouth ID card
    2. Locate your job in the list and select it.
    3. The information button to the right of the job(s) show the cost of the print, your account total and the date/time you sent the job to Greenprint-KM.
    4. If you would like to remove the job from your queue, click Delete.
    5. If you would like to print the job, click Print. Your job will print on the Release Station printer that is connecting to this display.

    Installing GreenPrint for Windows

    Step by Step

    1. Check if the version of Windows your computer is running is 32 bit or 64 bit. Right click My computer (Windows 7) or This PC (Windows 10) then click Properties from the menu that appears. The System Type will show either 32-bit or 64-bit.
    2. Download the appropriate copy of GreenPrint from below.
    3. Double-click the GreenPrintWizard.exe file you downloaded above. You might need to right click the installer and chose Run as administrator.

    Install Symantec Endpoint Protection on Windows

    Details

    Dartmouth is not longer recommending Symantec Endpoint Protection for Windows. Windows Defender is built into the operating system and works well. See Protect Your Computer from Malware for more information.

     

    What Are EULAs and Why Should I Read Them?

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    What is a EULA?

    An End User License Agreement (EULA) is a legal contract between a software application author or publisher and the user of that application. The EULA, often referred to as the "software license," is similar to a rental agreement. The user agrees to pay for the privilege of using the software, and promises the software author or publisher to comply with all restrictions stated in the EULA.

    Remote Desktop Services (RDS) on a Macintosh

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    Beginning in November of 2016, Dartmouth is replacing Citrix with RDS for accessing these applications:

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