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Network Reset can solve connection problems that might occur after upgrading versions or fix problems connecting to shared network drives. Reset removes all network adapters and adapter settings from your PC. After you restart your computer, any network adapters are reinstalled, and the settings reenabled. This should be your last resort. To Use Network Reset in...
Article Id: 19477
Category: Troubleshooting

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

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