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UPDATE 10:45 AM: Webtop can now be accessed and documents can be updloaded in uApply.
Original message, February 22, 10 AM
Webtop and UApply are currently experiencing issues. The technical team is working to resolve the problem as quickly as possible.
The problem reported earlier has now been resolved. Lecture recordings are once again accessible from myCourses.
Original announcement: There is currently a problem accessing lecture recordings from myCourses. Note that the actual recording of lectures is not affected, and all recordings should become available to students once the issue is resolved....
IT Services has a cartoon in need of a caption and we are hoping you can help! The cartoon is from the classic tale that most of us know: Cinderella. What most don’t know is what Cinderella’s story can tell us about data privacy.
IT Services is holding a contest open to all students, faculty and staff. We need your help to add a new spin to an old story. Who is speaking and what is being said? Well, that’s up to you....
Please take a few minutes to fill out the staff survey about telecommunications habits at McGill....
UPDATE: The resolution of this issue is in progress. More information will follow soon. Thank you for your ongoing patience....
IT Services recommends that you download the latest uPrint drivers on your personal computers / laptops.
Visit the IT Knowledge Base for instructions on how to manually install the drivers for your OS.
uPrint drivers for McGill-managed desktop computers/laptops will be deployed by your IT System Administrator.
For more information on the uPrint service, please see:...
UPDATE January 29th @ 11:40am: ISSUE HAS BEEN RESOLVED
Due to an issue with our file servers, some network drives are currently inaccessible. As a result, you may also experience issues trying to login to a computer on campus.
We are investigating the problem, and apologize for any inconvenience.
At 9 AM on Friday January 19th, 2018, Modern Authentication will be enabled in the cloud for Exchange and Skype for Business. The impacts of this change are detailed below....
Changes and advances in technology allow McGill to continuously improve services to the university community while delivering efficiency and sustainable value. Whether it be to implement a new product, integrate systems, or develop in-house functionality, IT Services is proud to have collaborated on many of the university's major projects....
The issue affecting D2 is now resolved.
Please be advised that users are presently unable to view, download, upload, import or edit documents through D2, McGill’s Document Management System. We are currently investigating the issue and are working towards a resolution.
December 15, 2017: The uPrint service is once again available.
ORIGINAL MESSAGE: December 14, 2017:
The uPrint service will be unavailable due to an upgrade on Thursday, December 14 at 5 pm until Friday, December 15 at approximately 6 am....
Network and Information Security Upgrade: New antivirus solution at McGill
The following announcement was sent to all McGill Staff and Students on December 12, 2017.
To all community members:...
McGill websites are currently not loading for some users when using http://www.mcgill.ca. If you use https:// the pages should load. The web team is aware of the issue and is taking measures to resolve it as quickly as possible. Thank you for your patience.
Over the past few months, you may have heard some buzz about the Recruitment to Retirement Program, aka "R2R". This new program will replace the current Banner Human Resources Information System (HRIS) and the Payroll One-Time Payment System (POPS), and will effectively replace much of the functionality employees currently access through Minerva. It's a very wide-reaching program, which will affect every McGill employee when it is deployed....
The telephone issue was resolved at around 1:30 pm.
ORIGINAL MESSAGE: Posted at 9:45 am
There are currently telephone problems in some buildings in the downtown campus.
We thank you for your patience while we investigate the problem.