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Updated on: 01/08/2016
UT System will require the use of NetIDplus for every UTShare login off-campus. This requirement is a continuation of the UT System two-factor authentication mandate and is scheduled for Sunday, January 10, 2016.
Help sessions will be available in Hammond Hall, room 123, on Jan. 11 and 12 from 9:00 am – 4:00 pm.
All faculty and staff are encouraged to enroll in NetIDplus early if you regularly access UT Share. NetIDplus is currently required for all VPN access.
All faculty and staff can self-enroll in NetIDplus at any time using the enrollment site. On the NetIDplus website, user guides are also available for how to enroll, managing devices, and much more. The enrollment process requires the use of a computer and an authentication device, such as a cell phone, landline, or tablet.
Updated on: 11/13/2015
On Thursday, November 12, the faculty and staff email login page will change to a contemporary Outlook theme. Other than the appearance, no additional changes will occur. Faculty and staff will continue using their NetID and current password to log into their email. Resource or group email accounts are still located at http://resourceowa.uta.edu.This change is part of an on-going project to upgrade our current email system.
Read more about UTA email upgrades
Updated on: 10/12/2015
The Office of Information Technology (OIT) is asking clients to avoid upgrading to Windows 10 until testing is complete and privacy concerns are evaluated by UT System. In addition, the Office of Information must evaluate Windows 10 behavior with our encryption solution, SecureDoc, to ensure it functions properly. OIT will notify customers when Windows 10 is available for installation on University owned devices. See the Windows 10 informational webpage for additional information and for instructions on how to disable settings that are causing privacy and security issues.
If you have any questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
Published on: 10/05/2015
The Office of Information Technology is currently testing the new Mac OS X El Capitan that was released by Apple on September 30, 2015 and its compatibility with all other software. We recommend NOT to upgrade your Mac OS without contacting Office of Information Technology for assistance at any time. Once testing is completed, the Office of Information Technology will release its recommendations to the University. We appreciate your patience on this matter. If you have any questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Updated on: 08/11/2015
If you experience difficulties accessing MyMav, upgrade your browser. Upgrades and downloads available are:
|Browser Version||Download Location|
|Internet Explorer 11||Windows|
|Firefox 39||Windows Mac|
|Firefox ESR* 38||Windows Mac|
|Chrome 44||Windows Mac Linux|
Not sure? Go to whatismybrowser.com to identify your browser and check if it is up to date.
If you need further assistance, please contact Help Desk by emailing email@example.com or calling 817-272-2208.