Our Information Technology Department is constantly looking for opportunities to improve the experience for Nebraska Medicine and UNMC colleagues, including increased mobile compatibility and access from off the network. This week, a new off-network login page for Office 365, which includes Microsoft Outlook, Teams and One Drive, will be rolled out across the organization. Your log in information will not change.
The current login page looks like this, both on and off the network. It will continue to look like this on UNMC and Nebraska Medicine network. You may use either your full email address or network ID and password.
When you access Office 365 off network, the new login page will look like this. You will use only your network ID and password to sign in.
After you enter your network ID, you will be redirected to a second page to type your password.
Chrome has it’s own Flash and doesn’t theoretically need the Adobe one to run. You might get errors telling you to install Flash but you usually already have it because Flash is disabled by default in Chrome. Enabling it is fairly simple though.
Type“chrome://settings/content” in address bar.
Scroll down to and click the Flash option.
Using the first option, switch on Ask first (recommended), otherwise choose Block sites from using Flash.
For way more information on how to allow Flash on certain sites and not others for security reason, etc. see this article at Lifewire.
Sometimes when you go to release your print job, it acts like it’s going to print and then nothing happens…This is usually because there is an error in a print job, either yours or one that was printed before yours.
Here’s what to do. Before you are even logged into the printer, you might notice that the light on the left edge is orange.
If that’s the case, you can look at the job(s) that caused the problem and delete them so that your job can come out. Press the Access button on the far right edge of the screen. Note in the top right corner where it says “Print Error.”
Go ahead and tap the screen there. You will get a screen that looks something like this one with a list of print jobs and show one or more that say “Printing Error” as the status. Choose the job with the printing error and press “Delete” over to the right.
Once the jobs with errors are gone, printing should resume normally.
It has been noted that printing documents one-sided is not working as you might expect it to and Microsoft Excel produces so really interesting results when the issue occurs. The problem stems from the fact that the printers properties override the application (in this case Excel) properties. Instead of using Excel’s properties to choose one-sided as shown here:
Use the printer’s properties by choosing it here
and then choose One-sided and OK in the dialogue that opens, shown here
Notice that when you return to Excel, the printer has changed the Excel print dialogue to say one-sided AND now it will actually print one-sided.