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    Matlab

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    How to Obtain MATLAB

    Dartmouth has a site license for Matlab. This includes an unlimited number of licenses for Matlab and several toolboxes for Mac OS X, Windows and Linux which can be found on the matlab download page .  If you have questions about Matlab licensing or installation, send email to Research Computing.

    Windows 10 Update Issue

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    Windows 10 Fall Creator (1709) can cause the Windows firewall to not start, even if rolled back. When this happens there are many different issues that you may experience, ranging from Windows built-in apps (like the calculator) to not work, to not being able to open Excel attachments that you received via email. To fix the issues caused by this update, follow the steps below. This also corrects similar issues with the Windows 10 Spring Creator (1703) update.

    Stratusphere Fit VDI Agent for Windows

    Step-by-Step

      1. Double click https://software.dartmouth.edu/secured/Windows/General/fit_install_5_7_2_windows.exe to download the installation file
      2. Click Run. If you receive the follow warning, click Yes.

    IT Orientation Websites

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    Listed below are some websites we believe are helpful in familiarizing yourself with services offered at Dartmouth. The "Core Services" section is what we cover during new student orientation sessions each fall.

    Dartmouth is Happy!

    Configure Dartmouth Secure for Mac OS X

    Step-by-Step

    In order to configure your computer for the Dartmouth Secure wireless network you need the following:

    Microsoft Office for Windows Computers

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    Installing Microsoft Office on Your Windows Machine

    Protecting your Personal Information when on the Internet

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    The Internet is home to a thriving criminal community actively looking for personal and financial information to be used for illegal gain. The major threats are:

    • Identity Theft
    • Malware and Adware

    All Computers, Laptops, Smartphones, Tablets (Windows and Mac) are susceptible.

    Identity Theft

    Identity theft occurs when an unauthorized person wrongfully obtains and uses another person's personal information to commit fraud or deception, often for economic gain. Valuable information includes:

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