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New and Changing: Updates from AIT

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Who You Gonna Call? The AIT Service Desk!

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To make sure you always know who to call in your technological time of need, we have transformed the AIT Service Desk into your one-stop shop for all of your technology support on campus.

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Powershell Update

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At 3:30 PM on May 26, an update to Powershell and Microsoft .NET Framework will be installed on all College-owned Windows computers.

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Network Accounts Created for Newly Accepted Undergraduates

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On December 9, we created network accounts for newly accepted Wheaton College undergraduates. These accounts will allow them sign into the Wheaton Portal to view financial aid information, admissions material, and acceptance instructions.

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Phone System Update

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The phone system will be updated on Sunday, October 18 from 10:00 to 11:00 PM. This update will fix firmware bugs with campus phones. During the update, phones will be out of service from five to ten minutes.

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Telephone Update

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We are updating our Wheaton campus phone system this summer, which includes a full factory reboot of all campus phones. One of our technicians will come by your office this summer to reboot your phone.

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Student Accounts Online Billing

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Student Accounts will begin using an online bill notification and payment center beginning July 2016. Students can securely access their billing and payment information through the Wheaton Portal.

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Internet Browsers No Longer Supporting Java

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Due to security vulnerabilities, most internet browsers are no longer supporting Java virtual machine. As browsers continue to discontinue Java support, we are no longer automatically installing Java on College-owned computers.

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