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A NetID and an EnterpriseID are similar and for most people their NetID (for example: ​adabyron) is the same as their EnterpriseID (adabyron​). However, the two passwords associated with them are independent. Some services accept authentication using either a NetID or an EnterpriseID.

 

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The following software is guaranteed to be present in our Windows computer labs:

Most new staff and faculty, and almost all new students do not have a Basic Email account. Staff, please see Exchange Online, students see UIC GoogleApps.

The following instructions apply to Basic Email accounts (Mailserv and Tigger). There is a separate set of instructions if you are using GoogleApps@UIC gmail.

Service: Exchange

ACCC offers ActiveSync capabilities with its Exchange Server configuration. This allows mobile devices that use ActiveSync technology to connect to and receive updates using PUSH technology.

These instructions are for users of the ACCC's locally hosted Exchange service. Exchange Online users should use the Exchange Online configuration instructions.

Requirement: iPhone, iPod touch or iPad (iOS v2.0 and greater required)

Your EnterpriseID and Enterprise password are used to access Enterprise applications such as Web for Student, Web for Faculty, Banner, etc. In almost all cases, your EnterpriseID will be the same as your UIC NetID.

Your Enterprise password can be set once you've activated your UIC NetID:

Please review the lab reservation and usage policy before submitting a request to reserve a lab.

Beginning with the Spring 2015 semester, the ACCC is partnering with the Office of Classroom Scheduling (OCS) to improve the computer lab reservation process.

Note: Reservation requests must be submitted at least 7 days in advance of a single event/class. Requests made with less than this amount of lead time may not get processed.

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Gaussian is a program that provides electronic structure modeling. To use Gaussian 03, you will need:

Everyone at UIC has a UIC email address of the form: NetID@uic.edu. For Ada Byron, whose student NetID is abyron1, this is: abyron1@uic.eduThis is an important email address, because all official UIC email will be sent to it. But it is just an email address; there isn't an email account to go with it. At some point or other, you will have to select an actual email account to receive and manage your NetID@uic.edu email.

Will your NetID@uic.edu email go to your Google Apps at UIC account?

To connect to UIC VPN from Android devices, you will have to install the OpenVPN Connect client and download your VPN configuration file.

The University of Illinois has provided an easy to use tool that uses a email notifications along with a Web site that allows you to securely send files to that anyone with a University of Illinois Enterprise ID and password. That is everyone at any campus of the University, these days -- faculty and staff must have them for Positive Time Reporting and other administrative tasks and students use them for registration. The tool is called PEAR, Protected E-Mail Attachment Repository Application.

A University Identification Number (UIN) is a unique combination of nine numbers that the University uses to permanently identify people in its computer system and for recordkeeping purposes. To retrieve your UIN, please visit the i-card website.

POP and IMAP are two different protocols, or ways of accessing your email account. The main difference between them is that:

  • By default, IMAP stores messages on the server.
  • By default, POP downloads messages to your computer or device and deletes them from the server. 

ACCC strongly recommends using IMAP:

Service: Exchange

When changes occur within the main (Global Address Book) on the Exchange server; computers running Outlook 2007 and 2010 may not automatically receive the updates. When this happens you may be missing new entries, see non-existent entries, or notice incorrect entries. Updating your address book synchronizes the cached Address Book with the Global address book, and may fix instances of mail that is bounced back to the sender.

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Xming is not available from the Webstore; instead, it can be downloaded from one of two sites:

There are two versions available. The public domain xming-mesa, version 6.9.0.31 (last updated April 15th, 2012) was used herein.

Everyone at UIC needs to have a UIC NetID and an ACCC common password.  It allows you:

The ACCC runs an LDAP server that you can use to look up the names and email addresses of people with NetID@uic.edu email addresses. This page explains how to use this LDAP server with Outlook 2010 and 2007.

Service: VoIP

Cisco CallManager is a web-based service that allows UIC VoIP users to manage their address book as well as their speed/fast dial on their VoIP phone.

User Options: Address Book

The Personal Address Book option in the User Options drop-down list allows you to add, edit, or delete entries to your Personal Address Book on your phone.  

NOTE 1: It is important to add entries to your Personal Address Book before adding any Fast Dials.

Have you been using pine on tigger to manage your uic.edu email?

  • Want to get away from logging in all the time, but still use your trusty pine interface?
  • Want to be able to use pine and still save attachments directly to your personal computer?
  • Want to use pine to read your GoogleApps@UIC email?

You can do all of these things with the personal computer versions of Alpine. (The "pine" on tigger has been the newer Alpine for many years. It's the same thing.)

While the current Ink pilot is running in several locations on campus, U-Print printers are still the default print destination in the following open computer labs:

  • Benjamin Goldberg Research Center (BGRC) 105

  • Grant Hall (GH) 304 and 306

  • Science & Engineering Labs East (SELE) 2058, 2249, 2249F, 2263, and 2265

  • Science & Engineering Offices (SEO) 430 and 1200

  • Science & Engineering South (SES) 201

SSH (Secure Shell) and SFTP are two network protocols used for secure exchange of data between a local and remote computer. To use either SSH or SFTP to connect to a remote server, download SecureFX and SecureCRT from the WebStore (free to members of the UIC community).  

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