Birck Network Printers
Installing software drivers for network printers in Birck Nanotechnology Center on Windows-based computers which are either ECN-supported or self-supported.
Last Modified: Feb 27, 2013
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PC Desktop Recommendations
Brief details about current hardware standards for desktop computers used to run Windows or Linux operating systems, for purchases with Purdue funds
Last Modified: Feb 28, 2014
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PC Laptop Recommendations
Brief details about current hardware standards for laptop (notebook) computers used to run Windows or Linux operating systems, for purchases with Purdue funds
Last Modified: Feb 19, 2014
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At this time, Windows 8-based (and/or Windows RT-based) hardware and software are not supported by ECN's User and Desktop Services group.
Last Modified: Dec 12, 2013
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Windows: Automatically Reset a Roaming Profile
The resetprofile script allows you to reset your Windows roaming profile without having to know a lot of UNIX. You may need (or you may need an administrator) to reset your profile on occasion if it becomes corrupt. If you are running it on your own account, there is no need to supply a login. The login parameter is useful for system administrators when resetting profiles.
Last Modified: Jan 16, 2014
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Windows: Testing the ECN Windows Logon Script
The ECN Windows logon script plays a major role in keeping the ECN domain workstations functioning properly for users. This document details the methods and procedures used for testing the logon script before it is pushed into production.
Last Modified: Jul 5, 2011
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Windows: Thursday Morning Patch Push
As part of an effort to keep ECN-supported computers in good working order, we remotely install Windows operating system software updates and reboot computers every Thursday morning.
Last Modified: Nov 7, 2012
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Windows: Turning Off Auto-Install of Required Software
For testing purposes, it may be necessary to turn off or disable the automatic installation of required packages during a deployment. This article describes how to disable required software for testing purposes. Systems being deployed for production purposes should NOT have any of this software disabled or missing.
Last Modified: Nov 7, 2007
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