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Set Server Configuration

  1. Open Preferences
  2. Click Server
  3. Make sure Outbound Proxy is set to Auto
  4. Click Test connection. If you do not see: “The server settings are correct”, contact LTS@uic.edu.
  5. Click OK.

Preference Settings

​Configure Echo360 Personal Capture Software for Windows

Tags: argo

X11 forwarding allows users who have an account on a Unix server to open a connection to the X11 interface remotely from another computer. The communication between the systems is encrypted. In order to log in to Argo, you must use an SSH client, such as PuTTY, or the ssh command. 

X11 forwarding with the ssh command

To use X11 forwarding when using the ssh command, include the -X operand. For example:

Tags: backup, adsm
Service: Backups

You can set up rules in the backup client preferences menus to include or exclude certain types of files or certain locations on your computer.

Tags: argo

Important note: If your program or software is not parallel or distributive, specifying more than one node and/or more than one processor does absolutely nothing other than waste resources that could be used by some other client. 

To install ADDA software on your Mac you will need to mount the MacApps volume. To use the software, you will also need to have the KeyClient running. Important note: If you are off-campus, you must be connected using the VPN client to use ADDA software.

Tags: blackboard

Yes.  The easiest way to add a narrated presentation to Blackboard is by using Echo 360 Lecture Capture. Echo 360 is available for free to UIC employees; it is easy to use and provides simple narration and editing capabilities.

Tags: uicalendar
Service: UICalendar

Global Agendas -- Sharing Your UICal Calendar with Anyone. Global Agenda viewing is an option of UICal on the Web that allows you to send a URL to anyone you want -- they do not have to have to have a UICal account and they may not have anything to do with UIC at all -- that will allow them read-only access to a view of the times that you are busy.

People viewing your Global Agenda Web page will be able to read the text of agenda items that you mark items with the access level of Public. Non-Public items will just appear as "Busy".

If you haven't already, activate your site. Use the following settings to connect to people.uic.edu using SFTP. Below you will find instructions for Windows and Mac SFTP clients.

Devices connected to Res-Net, UIC-WiFi, eduroam, and the other UIC campus networks have a daily network usage limit that is detailed in Acceptable Use Policy for Res-Net and the UIC Public Wireless Networks.

Service: Exchange

By default, the free/busy information on a user's Exchange calendar is shared with all other Exchange users. When you share your free/busy information, other users can see when you have appointments or meetings scheduled on your calendar. This can make it easier for others to schedule meetings, since they can see times that will not work because other events are scheduled.

Tags: pgp, encryption
Service: Encryption

Before you can use PGP in your correspondence with someone else, you'll have to exchange public keys with them. Here's how.

Tags: argo

LIMDEP is an econometrics package designed principally to estimate models with limited and qualitative dependent variables. It provides a wide variety of procedures for this purpose, and can report basic descriptive statistics, run standard linear models, and estimate nonlinear models and systems of equations. It also provides tools for writing and optimizing user-defined functions. Written by William Greene, author of Econometric Analysis, it is also the first package to incorporate recent developments in econometrics as standard routines.

Activate your site, if you haven't already done so. No additional software is needed to map your people.uic.edu account as a network share, but if you are connecting from an off-campus location you will need to connect to the UIC Virtual Private Network (VPN) first. 

Windows

To map your account start by right-clicking on your Desktop. Select New then Shortcut. In the dialog, type in \\people.uic.edu\NetID (use your own UIC NetID) in the location field. Click Next.

Service: Exchange

If you are experiencing a lot of failed sent mail due to malformed addresses in your AutoComplete or address book follow these instructions on how to clear your list and cache.

To remove entries from the AutoComplete cache one entry at a time, follow these steps:

Service: Backups

Restoring Files

This page explains how to restore files with Tivoli Storage Manager (TSM) for Windows. ADSM TSM Network Backup for Windows: Installation explains how to install the TSM backup client and set up the backup client to make regular backups.

If you're having trouble with being able to access your restored files or folders on your new PC, even on an administrator account, you may need to take ownership of the file.

Tags: rt

If there is an existing RT instance in use by your department or campus unit, contact your unit's REACH member about creating a queue for your needs. However, if you need a new instance, send a request to systems@uic.edu with the following: 

Service: Backups

After you create the scheduler, you should check to make sure it will automatically start when you reboot your computer. Because the scheduler runs as a service, you have to start the Services Administrative Tool to do this.

Before downloading or using the Personal Capture Software you must request access by filling out the lecture capture request form. Click on the link below to request access.

System Requirements

This Echo360 support page contains the most up to date system requirements for both Mac and Windows.

Service: Exchange

Have you ever deleted something that you did not want to delete? ACCC Exchange email system allow users to recover their deleted items at their own convenience . The retention time period for all deleted items is 14 days. To recover your deleted items, follow the instructions below.

Service: Exchange

Your ACCC Microsoft Exchange mailbox grows as you create and receive items. To manage the space in your mailbox or on the mail server you are using, you can move old items that are important, but rarely used, to an archive location. This storage process occurs automatically with AutoArchive, but you can customize most of the default settings.

Note: The AutoArchive feature is removed from any Outlook profile that contains a Microsoft Exchange account with retention policies.

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