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    Computer Assurance Program - Benefits

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    The Computer Assurance Program (CAP) was implemented in fiscal year 2002-2003 (at that time called the "Standards program") to provide a stable work environment for departments. It is managed by Dartmouth's Computer Store. If you have questions about the program, please contact Theresa Woodward in the Computer Store. CAP computers can be identified by a green sticker on the back indicating "Property of Dartmouth College Computer Assurance program".

    Fetch FTP Software for Macintosh

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    Fetch is an FTP application that is site-licensed for Dartmouth. Originally developed at Dartmouth, this product is now sold by FetchSoftworks.

    To use the Dartmouth site licensed version of Fetch:

    I Can't Connect to Eduroam or Dartmouth Secure

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    There are a number of possible reasons:

    New to Dartmouth

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    Information, Technology & Consulting provides resources and assistance to help you accomplish your work, communicate effectively, and keep your personal information secure. If you are new to Dartmouth, the links below will help you get started.

    What is GreenPrint?

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    GreenPrint is the printing system that Dartmouth provides for students.

    Create shortcut to launch a FileMaker Server database

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    Follow the steps below to create a shortcut for opening FileMaker Server databases without opening FileMaker first and selecting the database from a list.

    Dartmouth's Connections to the Internet

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    Dartmouth is connected to the Internet via 2 separate ISP providers: Level3 and VermontTel. Each provider is connected at 2Gbps to the college.

    We attach to Level 3 (a tier one provider) in Boston at the regional ISP distribution point called the Northern Crossroads (NOX) which is managed by MIT. We transport our traffic to the NOX via a regional optical network which we are a consortium partner in with the University of New Hampshire, and the University of Maine.

    Konica Minolta Windows Setup

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    Before you begin, you will need to know your computer’s operating system. To find this information:

    Final Draft for Windows

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    1. Connect to the Internet via Ethernet on Dartmouth Campus, Eduroam wireless, Dartmouth Secure Wireless, or VPN.
    2. Click to download Final Draft 9 for Windows.
    3. You will be prompted to Save, Run, or Open the File. Click Save or Save File and OK.
    4. Navigate to your web browser's downloads and right-click FinalDraft.zip.

    Incoming Students Computer Recommendations

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    Dartmouth offers a number of laptop computer packages to incoming students — both Windows and Macintosh. To keep up to date on the most current information about packages we recommend, we suggest you monitor The Computer Store's Class of 2022 website. Updated information will be posted there as it becomes available over the summer.

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