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Print Configuration Page for HP Printers
Topic : Printers
Troubleshooting an HP printer often involves checking its networksetup information, such as its TCP/IP address. To see what the printer thinks its network settings are you need to printthe Test or Configuration page. The exact steps to do so vary frommodel to model. Directions for many HP models are below.If the TCP/IP Status line reads, "Bootp/dhcp in progress", turnthe printer off, pause, then turn it on. The printer tries to get itsnetwork address when it turns on. Print the configu...
43091 Feb 26, 2008 08:17 PM Gangloff, Christine D.
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I verified my class list, but now I need to make a...
Topic : Student Services
If the class list has been verified and student attendance has been recorded and you are not able to make changes to student attendance via Faculty and Advisor Self Service, please report changes to student attendance to the registrar’s office at registrar@rowan.edu.
39402 Jun 3, 2008 04:07 PM Gangloff, Christine D.
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When attempting to complete a requisition I recei...
Topic : Finance
You may have inadvertently created a second FOAPAL line in the billing section by selecting the next record button rather than next block to reach the complete window.  The system provides the accounting suspense error message because the second line billing is thought to be incomplete. To resolve, move your cursor back to the first line of billing (where your FOAPAL is noted) by selecting previous record and then select next block to reach the complete window.
40675 Jun 3, 2008 04:10 PM Gangloff, Christine D.
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CallXpress Voicemail Shortcuts
Topic : Voice Mail
To skip the ahead five seconds press 9.To skip back five seconds press 3.To skip to the next message press 7.To listen to the message again press 6.To listen to the information about when and who left the message press 0 and 0 again.To delete the message press 4.
37184 Jun 3, 2008 07:09 PM Gangloff, Christine D.
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Forward a voice mail to another person on campus
Topic : Voice Mail
1. Dial 59992. If you are at your own phone enter your password.3. If you are not enter your phone number plus a 0.4. Enter  your password if you have not already done so.5. Press 2 to forward.6. Enter the phone number plus a 0 of the person you are forwarding the message to.7. Press 2 to record an introduction.8. Press 2 to finish.9. Press 5 to send the message and the introduction.10. When finished hang up or hit the star key and hang up.
34031 Jun 3, 2008 07:11 PM Gangloff, Christine D.
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Record a Voicemail Greeting
Topic : Voice Mail
While on Campus1. Dial 5999.2. Enter your voicemail security code.3. Press 3 to access phone manager options.4. To record your standard greeting press 4.5. Begin recording and press any key to stop.6. To save your greeting press 5.While off Campus1.  Dial 856-256-59992. The system will tell you to enter your mailbox number.3. This number will be your 4 digit phone number plus a 0 at the end.4. Enter your voicemail security code.5. Press 3 to access phone manager options.6. To record your standar...
37028 Jun 3, 2008 07:12 PM Gangloff, Christine D.
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Access Voicemail from Stratford Campus
Topic : Voice Mail
To access your voicemail While at your deskPress the “voicemail” button on your phone  and enter your security codePress 1 to listen to your messagesPress 4 to delete a messagePress 5 to save a messageWhile away from your deskDial 856.256.5999Enter your mailbox numberPress 1 to listen to your messagesPress 4 to delete a messagePress 5 to save a messageTo record your out-of-office greetingAccess your voicemail and enter your security codePress 3 for phone manager functions Press 6 to begin record...
1772 Jun 3, 2008 07:22 PM Gangloff, Christine D.
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Student CallXpress Voicemail Access
Topic : Voice Mail
CallXpress Voice Mail for StudentsAt the beginning of each semester you will receive an email from the Support Desk that will include your mailbox number and instructions on how to access and setup your voice mailbox.First Time AccessTo access the system on campus dial 5999. The first time students will be prompted for a secuity code.  Enter the last 4 digits of your Rowan ID.  If you share a phone with a roommate, the system will prompt you to enter a mailbox number noted on the initial email r...
38400 Jun 3, 2008 07:26 PM Gangloff, Christine D.
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I already have the Cisco VPN client (set up to acc...
Topic : VPN
Download Rowan's version of the VPN client here: http://www.rowan.edu/download/vpnOnce the file is downloaded, extract the files. (Double click the WinVPN.zip file and choose "Extract".  Select the folder you would like to save the files to and click "OK".From within the VPN client, select the "Connection Entries" menu and click "Import".  Browse to the location where the Rowan VPN files are located and choose the "RowanVPN.pcf" file from within ...
39265 Jun 3, 2008 07:33 PM Gangloff, Christine D.
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New Faculty and Employee Network and Banner Accoun...
Topic : Username/Password
Title : New Faculty Network and Banner Account InformationDescription : Rowan Network and Banner Account Information For New Faculty and Employees The Information Resources and Technology Support Center welcomes you to Rowan University. The material provided below will assist you in understanding the different systems that you will need to access on our network. Rowan provides you with two accounts, a Network Account and a Banner account.  Remember these easy formulas to assist with logging into...
38787 Jun 3, 2008 08:15 PM Gangloff, Christine D.
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New Students Network and Banner Account Informatio...
Topic : Username/Password
Explanation of Student Accounts at Rowan UniversityThe Information Resources and Technology Support Center welcomes you to Rowan University. The material provided below will assist you in understanding the different systems that you will need to access on our network. Rowan provides you with two accounts, a Network Account and a Banner account.Account #1 - Rowan Network AccountThe Rowan NETWORK account refers to the username and password that allows you to access your email, login to campus comp...
25802 Jun 3, 2008 08:17 PM Gangloff, Christine D.
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What is Email Spoofing?
Topic : Email
Email SpoofingThe following information is an excerpt from Symantec's Klez Security page which can be accessed at :http://securityresponse.symantec.com/avcenter/venc/data/w32.klez.h@mm.html. Most of todays viruses use a technique known as "spoofing."  This means that the virus uses a randomly chosen address that it finds on an infected computer as the "From:" address. Numerous cases have been reported in which users of uninfected computers received complaints that they sent a...
33669 Jun 3, 2008 08:37 PM Gangloff, Christine D.
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How can I tell how much disk space I have availab...
Topic : Home Directory/Open Area
On a PC open 'My Computer' it will show your H: drive and it will tell you much space is available for *everyone* with a home directory on that volume. To see how much an individual has free, you need to right-click on the H: drive. Select 'Properties'. Click on the 'Netware Info' tab and look in the section that has 'Space Restriction' and 'Space Available'.
32696 Jun 3, 2008 08:51 PM Gangloff, Christine D.
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Why does my Macintosh shut down after a short peri...
Topic : MAC OS
The computer is going into Sleep mode.  Sleep mode can be turn off. Click the Apple menu and select System Preferences.Click the Energy Saver icon.  Under the section “Put the computer to sleep when it is inactive for” move the gauge to Never.  Note the default sleep mode is 10 minutes.Follow the same steps to change the length of time it takes for the monitor to go into Sleep mode.  Under Put the display to sleep section move the gauge to Never.Click the lock in the bottom left-hand corner to ...
29316 Jun 3, 2008 09:01 PM Gangloff, Christine D.
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How do I make Adobe Reader my default software to...
Topic : Adobe Acrobat
Choose Adobe Reader or Acrobat as the default PDF viewer (Acrobat 6.0-7.0, Adobe Reader 6.0-7.0 on Mac OS X)You can make Adobe Reader or Adobe Acrobat as the default viewer for PDF files by changing the file association in Mac OS X.Note: The default viewer for PDF documents in Mac OS X is Preview.To change the file association for PDF files:1. Select any PDF file and choose File > Get Info.2. Choose the application that you want to open PDF files from the Open With menu.3. Click Change All, a...
38172 Jun 3, 2008 09:13 PM Gangloff, Christine D.
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How to clear the cache from your Internet Browser
Topic : Internet Browsers
Clearing Cache on ChromeClick the wrench icon  on the browser toolbar.Select Tools.Select Clear browsing data.In the dialog that appears, select the "Clear browsing history" checkbox.Use the "Clear data from this period" menu to select the amount of data you want to delete. Select Everything to clear your entire browsing history.Click Clear browsing data.Mac users: If you don't see the wrench icon, you can go to the menu bar at the top of your screen and select Chrome > Cl...
45803 Jun 3, 2008 09:49 PM Gangloff, Christine D.
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Using a new computer with your existing Cable Mode...
Topic : Network
Q.  I got a new computer  but I can not log on to use it at home. I have a cable modem. What do I need to do so that I can use my computer?A.  All you need to do is plug the network cable in and then power off the cable modem (just unplug it's power cord) and then turn it back on.  Reboot your computer if it is on, or power it on and your computer should then be given a new IP address by Comcast and allow you to access the Internet.
38143 Jun 3, 2008 09:57 PM Gangloff, Christine D.
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How can I put my Cisco phone on "Do Not Disturb"?
Topic : Cisco Telephones
For all phones: 1. Press the “CFwdALL” button. 2. Enter 5999. 3. Your phone is now forwarded to voicemail and will not ring. 4. To remove call forwarding to your voicemail, also known as do not disturb, please press the “CFwdAll” button again. Some phones may have a soft key labeled DND. Press the soft key to put your phone in Do Not Disturb mode.
33788 Jun 3, 2008 10:24 PM Gangloff, Christine D.
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Cisco Telephone Tutorials
Topic : Cisco Telephones
Cisco 7912:http://www.cisco.com/E-Learning/bulk/public/celc/7912G_Tutorial/index.htmlCisco 7941: http://www.cisco.com/comm/applications/CCNP/qlm/7941/index.htmCisco 7940:http://www.cisco.com/E-Learning/bulk/public/celc/7940_Tutorial/index.htmlCisco 7960:http://www.cisco.com/E-Learning/bulk/public/celc/7960_Tutorial/index.htmlCisco 7961:http://www.cisco.com/comm/applications/CCNP/qlm/7961/index.htm
36164 Jun 3, 2008 10:58 PM Gangloff, Christine D.
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Change the Ring Tone on a Cisco telephone
Topic : Cisco Telephones
On your telephone:1.  Press the "Settings" button2.  Select "Prefrences" and then "Rings"3.  Press "Select" to display a list of ring sounds, and press "Select" again to choose a ring tone.4.  To hear a sample, press "Play".5.  Press "Save" to set the ring tone, or press "Cancel".
37584 Jun 3, 2008 11:11 PM Gangloff, Christine D.
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How to stop the blinking message waiting light on...
Topic : Cisco Telephones
Pick up the receiver and dial 8899.  Hang up the receiver and the blinking light will stop.
33893 Jun 3, 2008 11:24 PM Gangloff, Christine D.
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Glassboro Local Calling Exchanges
Topic : Telecom
Blackwood – 227, 228, 232, 245, 290, 302, 373, 374, 401, 443, 481, 569, 637, 644, 677, 718, 827, 842Franklinville – 350, 390, 422, 512, 694, 822, 984Glassboro – 226, 243, 244, 249, 307, 347, 395, 403, 416, 431, 442, 509, 595, 612, 652, 863, 881, 997Mullica Hill – 223, 264, 301, 343, 357, 360, 417, 478, 535, 625, and  609)254Pitman – 218, 256, 269, 270, 286, 436, 553, 556, 582, 589, 716, 893, 956Wenonah – 242, 292, 353, 415, 464, 468, 494, 539, 681, 736, 947Williamstown – 237, 262, 274, 340, 341,...
33280 Jun 3, 2008 11:25 PM Gangloff, Christine D.
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How to apply for a Rowan University parking permit...
Topic : General
Applying for a Rowan University Parking Permit A. All parking permits may be purchased on the web at https://www.ThePermitStore.comB. You will need your Rowan ID number, vehicle information, and payment method.C. For parking instructions, information and questions visit the Parking Office web site at http://www.rowan.edu/safety/services/parking or call 856-256-4575.Instructions for Obtaining a New Rowan University Parking Permit1. Go to http://www.ThePermitStore.com2. Type “Rowan” as your park...
33783 Jun 3, 2008 11:42 PM Gangloff, Christine D.
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How do I correct my name in the phonebook on the ...
Topic : General
All information on the www.rowan.edu/ph web page is downloaded from Banner nightly.  It is updated automatically. a.) If the name appears on the ph page, but the phone number is incorrect / not listed then the entry in Banner needs to be updated.  Once updated in Banner the www.rowan.edu/ph should update within 72 hours.b.) If the name does not appear at all when searching www.rowan.edu/ph then it is likely that person is not considered a current employee by Human Resources (meaning someone who...
33998 Jun 3, 2008 11:56 PM Gangloff, Christine D.
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IKON Copier Service
Topic : Hardware
There are IKON distributed copiers all over campus for your use. If you need assistance with these copiers please contact our IKON representative, Harold Seepersad at x4409.If you lose your copier card, call 256-GONE and report it.
36345 Jun 4, 2008 12:04 AM Gangloff, Christine D.
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