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While on campus, students, staff, and faculty can wirelessly and securely access the University network through 'urwin'.
Frequently Asked Questions about Duo two-factor authentication.
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.
The macOS and Windows standard software is preinstalled on all Faculty and Staff University owned computers.
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.
Exchange email banner at the beginning of an email message, if the sender is from outside the university.
Instructions for Initial Setup to access and manage your voicemail.
General information and helpful resources about Blackboard
Instructions for how to remove addresses from your Blocked and Safe Sender lists in Microsoft 365.
Frequently Asked Questions about Exchange Email (Faculty and Staff)
How to troubleshoot installing updates for macOS (Faculty/Staff)
Instructions for installing a networked printer on your University owned and managed Mac
Instructions for using NoMAD to update your network password on your Mac
Instructions for installing and printing to the public pluto printers on a Windows computer
Secondary Computers are those that are used by either part-time staff or faculty, adjunct faculty, students, or in some cases for faculty research. The secondary computer environment is mostly populated from computers that are returned back into inventory from our primary computer replacement process.