Category Archive: Internet & Networking

Biology Building: IT Information for the move!

Tuesday, July 11th, 2017, 3:12 pm MT - posted by Ross Madden

I would like to use this post to maintain some important information regarding IT and the impending move to the new Building! VOIP Phones IMPORTANT!  DO NOT MOVE YOUR PHONES TO THE NEW BUILDING.  These need to remain where they are so that Telecom can officially move them. As of this moment, all VOIP phone […]

CNSIT South Graduate Student Orientation

Monday, August 15th, 2016, 1:24 pm MT - posted by Caty Critz

Your CSU eID Account Your CSU eName (aka, eID) is your University wide username.  This, in combination with your CSU password, is what you will use to gain access to almost all resources you have access to. Your E-mail Account (O365) Your CSU inbox is where mail sent to your CSU e-mail address is delivered.  […]

Sharing Folders on OneDrive For Business

Thursday, March 3rd, 2016, 5:33 pm MT - posted by Caty Critz

One Drive for Business is Cloud Storage available for CSU faculty, staff and students. Currently, 1 TB of personal storage is available to each individual. To login to Office 365, go to Please keep in mind that for authenticating to O365 services at CSU, your Username must be in the format of (you […]

Cloud Storage for Personal Data

Thursday, March 3rd, 2016, 12:08 pm MT - posted by Ross Madden

Personal storage has been handled by many different technologies over the years.  At first, the term was just used to describe data on your personal computer – stored in it’s local hard drive.  We may have supplemented this storage with the use of external hard drives that we could move around from one computer to […]

Goodbye Network Connect, Hello Junos Pulse!

Wednesday, December 10th, 2014, 8:39 am MT - posted by Ross Madden

This post is now deprecated – please view current information here: As with anything, all software has its cycles.  We are now about ready to say goodbye to the faithful Network Connect VPN client we have been using for many years.  The good news is, its replacement, Junos Pulse, is just as powerful, and […]

CSU WIFI name change

Tuesday, August 19th, 2014, 9:20 am MT - posted by Ross Madden

Message below is from ACNS: Last week, two new wireless networks were sent across campus. csu-eid: This is to replace csu-net and csu-net5.   Since most all wireless problems were due to misconfiguration or confusion over usernames, we developed csu-eid to address both issues – you use your eID as the username and we provide a […]

How do I clear my web browser’s cache and history?

Tuesday, March 4th, 2014, 2:10 pm MT - posted by Ross Madden

(Information on this page has been borrowed from Indiana University’s UITS Knowledge-Base: About cache, cookies, and history Each time you access a file through your web browser, the browser caches (stores) it. By doing this, the browser doesn’t have to newly retrieve files (including any images) from the remote web site each time you […]

How To Uninstall Internet Explorer 11

Wednesday, February 19th, 2014, 9:20 am MT - posted by Ross Madden

Recently, Windows computers began to automatically install the new version of Internet Explorer.  This new version, 11, has been causing all kinds of problems across campus.  Specifically users of RamCT, IS Oracle HR, and Kuali.  Our solution for this is to simply uninstall, or roll back Internet Explorer to the previously installed version, 10.  These […]

How do I control when an untrusted applet or application runs in my web browser?

Wednesday, February 19th, 2014, 9:07 am MT - posted by Ross Madden

We have been seeing more and more reports of Java not working properly in web browsers.  This article should allow a user to get things back up and running.  First, here is a complete article describing what the settings are and what they do, and goes into how you can add sites to a trusted […]


Monday, August 26th, 2013, 12:50 pm MT - posted by Ross Madden

WIFI and mobile device users may have started noticing a new SSID being broadcast within the CNSIT South buildings lately.  That is, the csu-net5 network.  ACNS sent us out a good explanation of what this is, and perhaps is something you should try out! FROM ACNS All areas of campus should now have at least 3 […]