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SCS Migration to Andrew Windows Domain

SCS Computing Facilities along with CMU Computing Services are in the process of migrating our SCS Windows Domain computers to the Andrew Windows domain. This will provide..........

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Before you proceed

The migration process interacts and modifies your computer's settings at the operating system level. Do not proceed without having an up to date and reliable backup of your computer. If you are enrolled in SCS Backups (Druva or TiBS) - maybe we add verbiage that they can reach out to ops to esure last backup or run lastbackup themselves?- - Are we allowing people with desktop backup systems to migrate?? Or is Druva/TiBS compulsory? -- If you backup independently (desktop, physical or private backup solution), you are responsible for the restoration of your data in case of system failure. If you require enrollment in our backup services, please complete our online (enrollment?) Registration Form.

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Before You Begin

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Additional Resources

If you have questions or concerns about your SCS Windows computer migration to the Andrew domain, please contact the SCS Help Desk (x8-4231) or send email to <help@cs.cmu.edu>.