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Use Cornell's virtual private network (VPN) service when you need to connect to campus resources that would otherwise be unavailable from distant networks, such as file servers and print services. CU VPN provides an added layer of...Read more

Schedule (Invite) a Resource

The default setting is that anyone using Exchange Calendar can schedule a resource. However, the owner can change this so that, when someone includes the resource as an invitee to a meeting, the owner (or someone delegated by the owner) approves or denies the...Read more

This procedure assumes you are already using Outlook 2016 to access your NetID email account.

If you are not using Outlook for your NetID email account, do not follow the instructions here. Instead, skip down the the section at the bottom of this page labeled If You...Read more

How can I request a code signing certificate? Send your request to the IT Service Desk . Specify the contact email address you would like to appear in your certificate. The IT Service Desk will initiate a code signing certificate invitation. You will get an...Read more
Recipient Rights

With Recipient rights, a copy of messages sent to the account are delivered to your Exchange account.

You do NOT need to configure your account to receive these messages; do NOT use the links in the Access Rights section below. An administrator for the...Read more

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