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Accessing On-Campus Systems

Several of the systems CCIT supports are only available on campus. These include the following...

Spider: How to Scan

The Spider program is a tool created by Cornell University that is usedto locate sensitive information stored on computers. This includes USSocial Security numbers and credit card information. This articleexplains the basics of how to scan your computer with Spider.

Alumni Affairs - Adding CAC Contacts and Conference Room Scheduling

Adding Contacts to Outlook Save the file CAC.pst to your computer (O:\cc\ccaad) Open your normal Outlook account. (ie, alpha\) Click on File, then Import and Export. Choose ‘Import from another program or file'. Scroll down and select ‘Personal Folder File (.pst)'.

How to Make a Sundial Event Appear on an External Calendar

When you want to make an event appear on calendars (e.g. Columbia College calendar, Alumni calendar) outside of Sundial you need to do the following...

Adding a Network Printer in Windows 7

1. Click on the Window's Orb button in the bottom left (formerlythe Start button in XP).2. In the Search box, enter \\print.college.columbia.edu (Copying and pasting this text is easier), then click on the share name when it appears in the Start menu....

Managing Network Storage Space

Your individual profile and departmental directories are a part of a larger, shared network space. This storage is finite.

Recruitment Plus Configuration: Trusted Sites

If the R+ client does not launch automatically, and you instead get a prompt asking you if you should run it, then you need to add the R+ website to your Trusted Sites in Internet Explorer.