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The website you are currently viewing was developed by Custom Development in partnership with the IT Communications team. The new website features a modern design, enhanced search and...Read more

The software for the EZ-Backup service underwent major changes between version 7.1 and version 8.1. IBM changed the name to IBM Spectrum Protect (formerly Tivoli Storage Manager) and the look of the interface has changed. Most of the controls and procedures are either exactly the same or very...Read more

Patches are applied every six months on a regular schedule, starting the first week of December and the last week of April. Typically, the first three weeks are used for development servers and the last three weeks for production servers.

This process involves applying operating system patches...Read more

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Connect to eduroam, Cornell's secure wireless (Wi-Fi) network, to access the Internet, keep everything you do online private, and use your eduroam account at other eduroam schools (link...Read more

Note: This page outlines secure methods for transferring files between a Windows or Unix client and a Unix server. If you are transferring files between other systems, please see the...Read more

Use this procedure as a consistent method of starting services on Unix. A side benefit of this procedure is that it keeps user-space applications out of the system startup/shutdown process so they do not hinder a system during boot or shutdown.

The system directory tree "/usr/app/"...Read more

To use CU VPN with Cornell campus networks and services, you must use the Cisco AnyConnect VPN software. Built-in Windows and Mac OSX software will not work.

Supported operating systems:

Windows 7 (both 32- and 64-bit versions) Mac OS X or macOS, version 10.9 or higher iPhone and...Read more

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