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General information and helpful resources about Blackboard
Steps for instructors to generate an archive of an entire Blackboard course
The University of Richmond's network resources can be accessed by authenticated students, faculty, and staff using the University's Virtual Private Network (VPN) via an Internet connection.
Instructions for how to manually check for updates to your Windows computer through Windows Update.
Remote Desktop Protocol (UR_RDP) provides students with access to specific software installed in campus classrooms and labs.
Information regarding what Clearpass is, why it is needed, what types of devices require it, instructions for installation along with some troubleshooting tips.
This will show you how to complete the initial creation of your network account, also known as your NetID.
Details of how accounts are expired for various types of students, employee, and retirees.
Box is an encrypted, cloud-based file storage and collaboration platform that enables faculty, staff and students to securely store and share electronic business and academic files.
While the University Network does not support personal wireless printers, there are public printers available on campus for faculty, staff, and students to print to.
How to install the public pluto printers on a Mac
Instructions for Students, Retirees, and Alumni to follow to be able to add their Richmond Gmail account to their various devices.
Instructions for installing the Cisco AnyConnect VPN client on your devices (Windows, macOS, Linux, Android, iOS).
Instructions for how to configure Outlook to use a shared mailbox email address for a mail merge.
Instructions for faculty, staff, and students on how to connect their computers, smartphones, and tablets to the secure 'urwin' wireless network.
Instructions for how to enroll in Duo with either a smartphone, tablet, or hardware token.
Instructions for uninstalling CrowdStrike Falcon
CrowdStrike Falcon is the University provided antivirus and required to be installed on all student computers and University-owned computers in order to connect to the University network.
'VisitUR' provides public wifi access for guests and affiliates while on campus.
Smart Devices and Game Consoles can connect to the Richmond wireless network after they are registered.
While on campus, students, staff, and faculty can wirelessly and securely access the University network through 'urwin'.
Instructions for using NoMAD to update your network password on your Mac