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Duo
All Faculty, Staff, and Students are required to use Duo when logging in to Bannerweb or when connecting to the VPN.

There are public printers available on campus for faculty, staff, and students.

Learn how to request access to existing reports to the ROADS system.

Smart devices and game consoles must first be registered before they can connect to the wireless or wired network on campus.

There are various wireless networks available on campus for faculty, staff, students, visitors, and smart devices/game consoles.

Report an event or occurrence that threatens the confidentiality, integrity, or availability of an information system, computer, or data.

Self-Service Change for network password.

International Travel Plans are available for AT&T and Verizon mobile phones provided by the University.

TMSS supports the installation and use of electronic displays and building directories that are used to share digital images, video, web pages, weather data, and text.

Request access for the Banner application.

Phishing is the fraudulent practice of sending emails purporting to be from someone you may know in order to convince individuals to reveal personal information, such as passwords and credit card numbers.

If your department has hired a new full-time employee, a standard computer system will be provided. It is best to contact the IS Procurement Office as soon as the candidate accepts the position.

Student, Alumni, and Retiree email is hosted on Gmail.

WebFiles is storage space of 100MB allocated to each student, staff, faculty member, and student organization enabling them to maintain a website.

If you are unable to find what you are looking for in the services above, use this to submit a ticket for assistance.

New printers or replacement printers can be purchased through the IS Procurement Office for on-campus use.

The Technology Learning Center supports large format poster printing for University of Richmond credit-earning class projects and conferences.

The TLC offers high-resolution, resin 3D printing on a Formlabs Form3 printer. Our dedicated 3d printing room is in our new location in Room 212 on the second floor of Boatwright Library.

Philo is an IPTV (cable TV) service delivered to computers, tablets, and smartphones through the University network.

The Technology Learning Center has audio/video rooms available for reservation that offer a myriad of different resources fit for many tech needs.

VPN
Secure access to networked resources from a remote (off-campus) location.

Daily informational email digests that are sent to active faculty, staff, and students.

Request the addition/removal of one or more Co-Owners from a department Box folder.

Request Training on how to use the with the classroom technology or multimedia equipment available on campus.

Each department manages their own shared inbox or calendar resources in Outlook and has a designated person in that department who is set as the manager for those resources.