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Frequently Asked Questions about Duo two-factor authentication.
Instructions on how to remote to your Windows computer from another device
Accessing your university's email account will require you to authenticate with Duo once you login to that account via your smart device, the web mail interface, or your desktop client.
Duo MFA for Email Opt-in Process
Hours of operation for the Technology Learning Center
A listing of classrooms that are enabled for use with lecture capture.
The National Science Foundation provides computing resources and training materials for teaching and research
Information Services continues to see phishing attempts sent using shared Google Drive links. This article explains what to do if you receive a message and suspect it may be a phishing attempt.
Instructions for installing and printing to the public pluto printers on a Windows computer
Instructions for how to print to a public pluto printer once printers are installed
Remote Desktop Protocol (UR_RDP) provides students with access to specific software installed in campus classrooms and labs.
The Blackboard App allows users to interact with their courses wherever they need and provides an intuitive way to interact with different types of features, depending on your role, be it an instructor or a student.
Hardware, software, and peripherals for the Technology Learning Center. The TLC can be found on the second floor of Boatwright Libray.
Instructions for how to determine how much of your available box storage is being used.
Email accounts are automatically created for all students, faculty, and staff during account activation.
Instructions on how to connect to the University of Richmond's network. The University's network provides secure access to the Internet and administrative systems. Students, faculty, and staff can connect to the network while on campus or off campus.
List of public printers
A calendar to track confirmed dates for MFA deployment to administrative departments.
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.
Review this information for tips and recommendations on using technology on campus as a new employee
Most technology enabled teaching and learning spaces are equipped with a standard technology configuration that facilitates ease of use and a consistent experience, regardless of room assignment.
Personal computers that are owned and/or used by faculty and staff that connect to the University of Richmond network must have the recommended standard anti-virus software installed.
Gottwald Science Lab E100 Information