By Ross Madden
January 28, 2019 2:27 pm MT
Posted in Apple, General CNSIT, Knowledge Base, The Cloud, Windows

It is official, we are sunsetting Pangea.  While this phasing out will take some careful consideration and migration, we wanted to make sure to document up front what we believe will be the process. Why are we doing this? Pangea has been our go-to collaboration tool since 2006.  It has gone through many iterations in […]

By Ross Madden
January 28, 2019 11:32 am MT
Posted in Apple, General CNSIT, Knowledge Base, The Cloud, Windows

In this article I will walk you through connecting a CSU O365 SharePoint Online site to your local computer using the OneDrive sync client.  This walkthrough assumes you have already connected your OneDrive sync client to your personal OneDrive space as described in the following articles: Configure OneDrive Client for Windows: https://wp.natsci.colostate.edu/cnsit/configure-onedrive-client-for-windows Configure OneDrive Client […]

By Ross Madden
January 28, 2019 10:58 am MT
Posted in General CNSIT, Knowledge Base, The Cloud, Windows

In this article I will walk you through connecting the OneDrive client for Windows 10 to your CSU O365 personal OneDrive space.  In Windows 10 (which you should be using) OneDrive should be installed and running on default.  If you do not see the OneDrive “cloud” icon running in your task bar over by your […]

By Ross Madden
January 25, 2019 4:56 pm MT
Posted in Apple, General CNSIT, Knowledge Base, The Cloud

In this article I will walk you through connecting the OneDrive client for MacOS to your CSU O365 personal OneDrive space.  The first step is to download and install the latest OneDrive client from the Mac Store.  You can find this by searching for “OneDrive” in the search area.  Alternatively, you can download the .pkg […]

By Ross Madden
January 25, 2019 4:55 pm MT
Posted in Apple, General CNSIT, Knowledge Base, The Cloud

In days past, one of the major drawbacks to using the OneDrive sync client on your local computer, was that your local storage was often far less than your OneDrive quota of 5TB. The sync client required that you download any files to your local computer in order to even see them! Of course, this […]

By Ross Madden
January 22, 2019 10:57 am MT
Posted in General CNSIT, Knowledge Base

Occasionally, it is important to rename your computer so that various network services can better identify your machine.  This is particularly important for personally owned computers that connect to various campus networks as required in our Computer and Network Policies page here: https://wp.natsci.colostate.edu/cnsit/policies Click below to select your OS for directions on renaming your computer. […]

By Aaron Vanasse
January 17, 2019 3:53 pm MT
Posted in Apple, General CNSIT

From time to it maybe necessary to rename your Mac computer to a new name. To change the official name of your Mac use the following steps. Open System Preferences in the drop down menu under the Apple icon at the top left of your screen.                  2. […]

By Ross Madden
December 18, 2018 11:43 am MT
Posted in General CNSIT, Windows

Occasionally, we run into a specific issue when a user is setting up a new machine, and wants to configure Outlook to read their CSU O365 e-mail and calendar data.  While following the ACNS supplied directions (http://help.mail.colostate.edu/tt_o365_outlook.aspx) the dialog will seem to hang (indefinitely) on searching for the account.  We are seeing this behaviour when […]

By Aaron Vanasse
December 7, 2018 11:33 am MT
Posted in General CNSIT, Windows

Press the windows key + pause key and a pop up box will appear. Now select Advanced system settings. Another pop box will appear. At the top of the pop up box select Computer Name and click Change in the lower right corner of the popup box Another pop up menu will appear and in […]

By Ross Madden
December 7, 2018 10:28 am MT
Posted in General CNSIT, Knowledge Base

A common question CNSIT receives is the availability of Adobe Photoshop for their CSU computers.  Photoshop has become ingrained in our psyche as synonymous with “photo editor”, much like we use the term “Kleenex” to name our facial tissue.  Unfortunately, Adobe Photoshop is not available as a free site license on campus.  If you require […]

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