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The TeamDynamix mobile app allows TDNext users to use some features of the platform from their mobile device. Use of the TeamDynamix mobile app is restricted to staff with TDNext access rights. Install the Mobile App To install the mobile app on your mobile device:
The "Instant Restore" feature is available for Duo accounts used for Cornell Two-Step Login for both iOS and Android devices.
We strongly recommend that you work with your Cornell Workspace (formerly G Suite) email using Google's web interface at This method requires no setup and, as long as you keep your browser up to date, will require no maintenance on your part. We recognize that some users may…
Cornell students, faculty, staff, and visitors from other eduroam-participating institutions, should use eduroam to securely connect to the internet. Welcome to the Cornell campus. To access the internet, you must register to use the Cornell-Visitor network. Follow the steps below.
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To use CU VPN with Cornell campus networks and services, you must use the Cisco AnyConnect VPN software. Built-in Windows and macOS software will not work. Supported operating systems: Windows 10 macOS, the current version and the two previous versions iPhone and iPod Touch (…
Apple: The AnyConnect mobile client is available for free from the Apple App Store. Android: The AnyConnect mobile client is available for free from the Google Play Store. Install and Configure Install the AnyConnect client app. Open the AnyConnect app. If you see a message asking if you…
If your mobile device uses both the RingCentral app and the two-step authentication app (DUO), it may not be clear how to complete the login process. Follow these steps.
We recommend that you use Microsoft's Outlook App for Android or Win Mobile rather than the native app. See Microsoft's Outlook App for Android Mobile support page or Microsoft's Win Mobile App support page for download and setup instructions.
OneDrive, part of your Cornell faculty, student, or staff Microsoft account, provides cloud storage for all your important documents, connected with the Microsoft apps many of us use every day. Your files are protected from the risk of damage to your devices, and they’re available anytime through…
Keep Zoom meetings and webinars private and safe from unwanted attendees and Zoombombing and learn about Strategies to Block AI Bots from Zoom Sessions. Zoom is provided free of charge for current faculty, staff, students, and affiliates at all Cornell campuses.
Cornell Students, Faculty, Staff, and Affiliates Use Eduroam for secure wi-fi connection on campus. (You must use eduroam to comply with Policy 5.10, Information Security.)
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On Wednesday, June 5, 2024, Cisco AnyConnect VPN (also known as CUVPN) will be updated. Cisco is making a name and icon change that could cause confusion. Learn more about the key differences and what to expect. Two-Step Login is required for all users to authenticate to the CU VPN.
BeyondTrust Remote Support (formerly known as Bomgar) is Cornell's remote assistance tool. Remote assistance allows a Cornell technical support provider (TSP) to access an end-user's computer in order to resolve a problem without having to talk the user through often elaborate or…

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