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[Support Status] SCS Dragon - 16.04
SCS Computing Facilities is currently testing Ubuntu 16.04 for a Fall 2016 release. Details
Critical Windows and Office patches
Microsoft has released critical patches for Windows and Office. Details
VPN Client software updated 8/11/2016
The Cisco AnyConnect software has been updated to a new verison. The next time your client connects, it should update automatically.
[Alert] Critical Symantec Endpoint Protection Vulnerabilities
Because of recent security issues, we recommend that people un-install SEP on Windows PCs, and immediately run LiveUpdate on Macs. Details
[New Service] New Poster Printing Application Release 7/5/16
As part of our ongoing efforts to improve our poster printing service, SCS Computing Facilities is pleased to announce the release of our new Poster Printing Application on Tuesday, July 5, 2016. Details
[SCS Support Status] Fedora 7 and 10 - End of Life and Support
As of September 30, 2016, SCS Computing Facilities will stop providing software support for all systems running Fedora 7 and Fedora 10 operating systems. Details
CMU-SECURE Wireless Certificate
When connecting to CMU-SECURE, you may be prompted to view or accept the authenticating certificate. Accept or verify the certificate to connect. Details
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