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Jim Lawson <[log in to unmask]>
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Wed, 11 Jan 2006 18:23:19 -0500
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This is a reminder that students living in residence halls must register 
their computers at the beginning of every semester to use the UVM campus 
network.  Network registration is required for some academic and 
administrative buildings as well, and many of those registrations are 
also expiring.

Students returning to residence halls this weekend will need to register 
their computers or other network devices, as in previous semesters.  All 
residential students will need to browse to https://netreg.uvm.edu/ to 
re-register their computers.

If you have clients in NetReg controlled networks, especially clients 
who last registered in September/October timeframe, it is likely that 
they have lost network access due to their registration expiring.  They 
will need to browse to netreg.uvm.edu to re-register their computer.

Other subnets affected include Mann hall, Delehanty hall, and Farrell 
Library.

After this interruption, users have the option to be notified when  
their registration is about to expire: for more details, see the IT  
Newsletter article at http://www.uvm.edu/cit/IT-news/2006winter/.   Read 
the article titled "NetReg pre-registration now available".

-- 
Jim Lawson
Technical Support Group
Computing & Information Technology
University of Vermont
Burlington, VT USA

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