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PennKey Help Request Form
General Computing Help form for SAS
Apple Mail Vulnerability April 2021
We have received a security notification regarding Apple Mail on all Macs running versions of software older than macOS Mojave 10.14.6, macOS High Sierra 10.13.6, and macOS Catalina 10.15.5, including all versions of the macOS older than 10.13.
If you are running a vulnerable version of macOS, please update your Mac and reboot after doing so immediately. If you cannot update, please remove your email account from Apple Mail and consider using Outlook or Outlook Web Access until you can.
Data Center Emergency Maintenance on Sun, 1/5/20
Following the power issues that occurred in one of the University's primay data centers on Jan 1, ISC-TS has scheduled emergency maintenance work for Sunday, Jan 5, from 6 am - 10 am.
During the maintenance window, the following services will be unavailable:
Guest Wireless Access Has ChangedSubmitted by email@example.com on April 7, 2017 - 10:05am
As of April 27, the University has changed the way guests access our wireless network using AirPennNet-Guest. In this new system, guests will need to register each day, but they won't need a PennKey. Here is a guide to the changes.
Creating a PDF
Here are basic instructions for creating PDF files and embedding fonts.
macOS 10.12 and iOS 10 users: Configuring your AirPennNet connection [Updated]
On January 4, ISC upgraded AirPennNet-Help to version 5.0.592 The new version is fully functional on all currently supported versions of the operating system at the University, and resolves a previous problem connecting to AirPennNet. This article was updated on January 24, 2017.
Help, Self-Help, and Documentation
- Computing Services and Support for SAS students
- Computing Services and Support for SAS faculty & staff
- Computing Support for SAS alumni
EduroamSubmitted by firstname.lastname@example.org on April 21, 2015 - 1:39pm
Your PennKey password can now connect you to the Internet at hundreds of institutions in 85 countries. Eduroam is a service that allows students, faculty, and staff to use their own institution's credentials to connect wirelessly and securely to the Internet while visiting other participating institutions.