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Symantec Endpoint Protection, SEP, is Symantec AntiVirus® combined with anti-spyware, firewall, intrusion prevention system, application control, device control, and proactive threat scanning into a single client, all managed by a single piece of management software.The combination allows instant upgrades without deploying specific software for each security technology. It protects from from both known threats and from threats that have not been seen before. Symantec Endpoint Protection protects against malware such as viruses, worms, Trojan horses, spyware, and adware.

Upgrading to Windows 10 with Endpoint Protection installed

You can upgrade to Windows 10 with Symantec Endpoint Protection 12.1.6 MP1 installed. Symantec Endpoint Protection is available on the webstore. You must uninstall earlier versions of Symantec Endpoint Protection. The operating system upgrade stops if it detects an earlier version of Symantec Endpoint Protection.

The following operating system upgrade paths are supported with 12.1.6 MP1 installed:

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UIC students, faculty, and staff can sign up for free ESRI GIS Software Courses Online. Because of UIC's campus-wide site license with ESRI, one of the principal producers of geographic information systems (GIS) software, as of August 15, 2001 UIC students, faculty, and staff can sign up for a number of software courses at ESRI's Virtual Campus FREE. Virtual Campus courses require that you have access to the internet and specific ESRI software, available in certain UIC labs, to complete course exercises.

A University P-Card cannot be used as payment in the WebStore.

According to OBFS Guidelines for P-card use

ACCC allows members of the UIC community to purchase sophisticated statistical applications at a significant discount. In exchange for offering deep discounts to staff and students of the UIC Community, the statistical software manufacturers require that ACCC provides some first-tier support for these applications. We can sell you SPSS (-IBM), SAS, Stata, and SYSTAT. We sell these products to the UIC community via the WebStore:

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To place an order (unit or personal purchases), follow the steps below:

For SPSS license renewal and instructions, please visit the WebStore.

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The license/serial numbers for the majority of the products we sell can be found in WebStore. Please note, ONLY the person who logged into WebStore to place the software order can retrieve the codes.

To retrieve the license/serial numbers, the purchaser of the product should follow the steps below:

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Browse the WebStore as a guest to see all software offers.  Logging in to the WebStore is the recommended way to determine what specific software you are eligible for. Software offerings may vary for faculty, staff and students. 

Stata is available for purchase at reduced rates (GradPlan pricing) by students, faculty, and staff at the University of Illinois, Chicago campus.

Stata can be purchased directly from StataCorp:

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To download the software, please do the following:

  1. Visit the WebStore and select Personal Purchase or Unit Purchase.
  2. Click on Order History and log in with your as username when prompted ( required for UIC students, faculty and staff). 
  3. Click on the Download button to download software or click on the order number to view order details, including serial numbers.
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Microsoft products offered under the Select Plus and Campus Agreement programs for unit purchase and installation on University-owned computers can be purchased from the WebStore:
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Departments can purchase software for their unit from the WebStore.  All unit purchases are made with a Banner C-FOAPAL Account number:

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Site licensed software are available from the ACCC at lower costs than what you will find at retail stores. Terms of the site license vary and all software is sold without manuals. It is illegal to install one legal copy of the software on more than one computer.

You must purchase as many copies (or licenses) of the software as machines you plan to install the software on. LANs are not excluded although the wording in some instances changes to: you must have enough licenses to cover concurrent uses of the software.

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