Technology Resources For Students Attending the University of Puget Sound

FALL 2020 GET READY FOR ONLINE OR ON-CAMPUS COMPUTING

STUDENT TECHNOLOGY FAQ

LIVE ZOOM TECH SUPPORT AVAILABLE

STUDENT SUPPORT CONTACT INFORMATION

Network, Printing, Password Support & Resources

About Puget Sound's Network
- How to Resolve "Your Connection Is Not Secure"
- Antivirus Downloads and Information
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Mapping to Network Share Drive
- How to Map Network Drive on Windows.pdf
- Video: How to Map Network Drive on Windows 
- How to Map Network Drive on MacOS.pdf
- Video: How to Map Network Drive on a Mac
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About Student Printing
- **New Virtual Printing Option**
- PaperCut Printing Account Login Access
- How to Print & Release a Document.pdf
- How to Setup Printing for Windows.pdf 
- Video: How to Setup Printing on Windows
- How to Setup Printing on a Mac.pdf
- Video: How to Setup Printing on a Mac
- How to Setup Printing for Chromebook.pdf
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About Password Management
- Video: How to Reset Your Password
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About Computer Labs
- Lab Location & Information 
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About Securing Mobile Devices 
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About Technology Purchasing Guidelines
- Microsoft Office on vDesk & Office 365
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Online Service Desk Access
- Video: Creating a Online Service Ticket
- Video: Technology Services Location

 

IMPORTANT PASSWORD SECURITY MESSAGE 
Please protect your Puget Sound login credentials by never sharing your password key. Technology Services staff will never ask you for your Puget Sound password. Ignore any email message asking you to provide your Puget Sound email credentials. 

ZOOM LICENSE INFORMATION
Students will not be issued out a professional license to use Zoom. Google Meet is the primary tool for students to create video meetings or to join a video meeting. Students can still join Zoom meetings but with limited features. Zoom information can be found here.