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Wireless: Remove Cached Credentials (Windows 7) 1. Open the control panel by searching it in the Cortana search box.
Article Id: 18156
Category: Troubleshooting

Availability Please note you can no longer acquire Windows 8.1 from Tigerware or OnTheHub. Windows 10, however, is available to students at ...
Article Id: 16730
Category: Windows 8.1

Removing Credentials Windows 8: 1. Within the system tray (located at the bottom right of the screen), select the Signal bars icon.
Article Id: 17729
Category: Windows 8.1

Connect to the eduroam Wireless Network NOTE : If unable to connect automatically, try to Manually Connect to eduroam or try Deleting the eduroam Wireless Network.
Article Id: 17408
Category: Installation & License Activation

General Information Classic Shell™ is a free software that improves your productivity, enhances the usability of Windows (8) and empowers you to use the computer the way you like it. The main features are: Highly...
Article Id: 17365
Category: Basic Features & How To's

Find the MAC Address on a Windows 8 Computer 1. Press the Windows key on your keyboard to access the Start screen, then type " cmd ." ( cmd is the shortened term for Command Prompt. ) 2. A search box will automatically appear and display the...
Article Id: 17135
Category: Basic Features & How To's

General Information This article will provide information on setting up an IPv6 configuration for the following Operating Systems: Windows 78/10, Windows Server 2008, & Windows 2008 R2. Once you Confirm that IPv6 is...
Article Id: 14951
Category: Basic Features & How To's

To Disable IPv6: 1. Use the shortcut, Windows Key + X to open the Control Panel .
Article Id: 17573
Category: Basic Features & How To's

How To Enable IPv6 1. From the Control Panel (Windows Key + X) , select Network and Internet .
Article Id: 17571
Category: Basic Features & How To's

Step 1 - On the Computer That You Want To CONNECT TO : These steps allow for Remote Access to a specific Windows Computer. This is typically your Office Computer, however it could also be a server or other departmental resource. 1. Open the Windows 10 ...
Article Id: 18089
Category: Basic Features & How To's