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Struggling to maintain a proper temperature on your vintage flux capacitor or simply trying to login to plone? Hopefully, we have your questions answered in our guide section. Try narrowing down your question to one of our four sections
This guide will explain how to get computing access with CAES Dean's Office.
This guide will help outline the process required to set an Out of Office Reply with the Office 365 Web App.
How to connect to UC Davis’ Remote Desktop solution for DaFIS.
This guide will explain the step by step process of connecting from home with remote desktop.
Use this form to submit a ticket to the help desk.
Are you sponsoring a temporary visiting scholar, researcher, or faculty member? Visit this guide to learn how to get them a temporary computing account with campus for their visit which will allow them access to campus wi-fi and more!
Instructions on how to use multiple displays in your Remote Desktop session in Windows.
How to link an email address to a content item
How to login to your Plone site
Download a short PDF guide outlining how to log in and edit content on the Plone CMS.
CA&ES CRU Hardware Standards for Mac Desktops and Laptops
CA&ES CRU Hardware Standards for PC Desktops and Laptops
All new computers supported by the CA&ES Dean’s Office Computer Resources Unit must either meet or exceed the following specifications:
It really depends on your business and personal needs.
Computing Resources Unit standards and practices for the life-cycles of computers, printers, and mobile devices.
A helpdesk prioritization list endorsed by senior leadership in the Dean's Office.
This section describes CA&ES Dean's Office policy and procedures needed to comply with the UCD campus Cyber-Safety computing policy with regards to the storing and removal of Restricted Personal Information from computers and other electronic devices.
This policy applies to any mobile device supported by the Dean’s Office Computing Resource Unit (CRU) and/or any mobile device connected to the Dean’s Office subnet.
A note about an increase in the single message size limit on our email servers.
A list of applications that have been approved for use on Dean's Office computers. Installation of other software is at the discretion of the Director of Information Technology for the purpose of maintaining system stability, security, and legal compliance.
Computing Policy that applies to any computer supported by the Dean's Office Computing Resource Unit, and/or any computer connected to the Dean's Office subnet.