Category Archive: Pangea

By CNS IT
August 15, 2016 1:24 pm MT
Posted in General CNSIT, Internet & Networking, Knowledge Base, Pangea, Tips and Tricks

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.  […]

By Ross Madden
May 18, 2016 3:51 pm MT
Posted in Apple, Pangea

UPDATE for Max OS X 10.12 “Sierra” and newer! Apple has removed the “Anywhere” option from the security options described below.  So, we need to open up the Terminal App (this is found in the Applications->Utilities folder) in order to re-enable this.  Once the Terminal App is opened, run the following command:  You will need […]

By Ross Madden
March 31, 2016 9:26 am MT
Posted in Apple, Pangea

There is a default Finder setting on all new Macintosh computers, that prevent networked servers from showing up as icons on the desktop.  Since Pangea is a networked server, we often receive help requests asking why Pangea isn’t connecting when using the connection app.  It turns out, Pangea is actually connecting successfully, it is just […]

By Ross Madden
March 24, 2016 2:01 pm MT
Posted in General CNSIT, Pangea

Pangea is evolving!  We have some exciting changes to announce with relation to the Pangea file serving service available to CNSIT South affiliates.  Over the past few years, we have been able to carefully watch how folks are utilizing Pangea.  This usage information, along with technological advances (and some handy changes in how we can […]

By CNS IT
March 3, 2016 5:33 pm MT
Posted in General CNSIT, Internet & Networking, Knowledge Base, Pangea, The Cloud

OneDrive is Cloud Storage available for CSU faculty, staff and students. Currently, 5 TB of personal storage is available to each individual. To login to Office 365, go to https://portal.office.com Please keep in mind that for authenticating to O365 services at CSU, your Username must be in the format of eName@colostate.edu (you will still use […]

By Ross Madden
March 3, 2016 12:08 pm MT
Posted in General CNSIT, Internet & Networking, Knowledge Base, Pangea, The Cloud, Tips and Tricks

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 […]

By Ross Madden
January 4, 2016 9:08 am MT
Posted in Maintenance & Alerts, Pangea

WHEN: 01/05/2016 at 6:00pm to ~7:00pm WHAT: We will applying a firmware update to the storage array. IMPACT: Pangea, and all services relying on it, will be unavailable during this outage.  Refer to the following URL for services this will affect: http://wp.natsci.colostate.edu/cnsit/cnsit-services-relying-on STATUS: Completed.  Actual downtime was 6:00pm to 6:10pm.

By Ross Madden
October 23, 2013 10:04 am MT
Posted in Apple, Pangea

With yesterday’s announcement and release of the newest Mac OS X, 10.9 aka Mavericks – I discovered that the existing Pangea connection App did not function properly.  I have fixed and posted the updated App bundle, which is linked to below.  This new version is backwards compatible as far as I have tested, so if […]

By Ross Madden
October 14, 2013 1:27 pm MT
Posted in Apple, Pangea

For users of newer Macintosh computers running Mac OS X 10.8 and newer (Mountain Lion and Mavericks at the time of posting) you may need to address the following error when attempting to run the Pangea connection App. Basically, you should know that the Pangea App is safe, and you can use it – but […]

By Ross Madden
July 15, 2013 2:21 pm MT
Posted in Pangea, Web Development

One of the hidden tricks with CNSIT Pangea is its ability to allow a user to serve files via their personal space to the world through a web server.  This is handled via the “public_html” folder located in the root of  your personal Pangea space.  Don’t be surprised if you do not see this folder […]

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