On attempting to log in to the Code42 app (to review or retrieve files from your archive), you see this Authentication Failed message:
Before contacting your local technical support, close the app and try launching again.
If this second...Read more
NetIDs are issued to members of the Cornell community and affiliates. A single individual can have only one NetID.
Members of the Cornell community are students, faculty, staff, and alumni. The faculty and staff category includes full-time and part-time faculty; visiting faculty;...Read more
But we recognize that some people really want to. Here's how to set up your Cmail (also known as Cornell G Suite) account to forward...Read more
Starting July 2, 2018, the Monthly Domain Audit Reports sent to Cornell Net Admins will include new information about offsite records.Read more
TLS, a commonly used component for Internet communications, needs to be current for an increasing number of services.Read more
Ever wish for tools to help you better understand your Google Analytics? Learn more at the User Experience SIG on Tuesday, June 12, 2018, from 1:00-2:00pm, in Mann Library, Room 102.Read more
Microsoft is investigating an issue where calendar events that begin in Google’s G Suite Calendar, go to Office 365, and return to G Suite may not display properly in Google Calendar. Office 365 calendaring is not affected by this issue.
Specifically, Cornell G Suite users may...Read more
Click eduroam to expand the listing, then click Connect . If you would like your computer to connect...Read more
In order to support collaboration with Cornell students and colleagues at other institutions, G Suite accounts - which include Google's email, calendar, and collaboration services - are available for faculty and staff. Activating a G Suite account is optional .Please note...Read more