Printing to the Follow Me Queue in SRT (BCC)

Setting up the new Follow Me print queue on your computer

Windows Instructions

  1. From the run line (Win+R) enter \\epp2.unmc.medforest.org and then Ok
    1. When it opens double click the queue named SRT_KM_FollowMe
    2. It will find the drivers and install the printer for you
  2. Physically go to one of the printers and tap your badge on the right front corner (there’s a picture of a badge there)
    1. The printer will say, do you wish to associate your badge with your ID? IMG_20170414_103002071_HDR (1) Choose Yes
    2. Enter your ID only, no need for the @blahblah, and choose OK
    3. Enter your current email password and choose OK.  (Please note, the shift key turns on and stays on until you select it again, like the caps lock key)
    4. The machine will now show your ID and ****, choose Set
    5. There will either be a success message or you need to try typing your ID and password again
  3. Once you have successfully assigned your badge to your ID, tapping on the machine again will log you in.  You should see your ID appear in the top right corner. From this screen, you have three main options,IMG_20170414_103111913 (1)
    1. Print release – Choosing this option will show the jobs you have printing that are waiting to be released.  You can release them to the printer you are standing in front of.  Note that you can choose to only print certain print jobs from the list of those waiting or Print All.
    2. Machine Functions – This is where you will find basic copy machine functions (and faxing on specific machines)
    3. Scan – Choosing this option will will take you to the scan function which will scan whatever you put on the machine and turn it into a PDF and email it to you.  There are two OK buttons in this screen, they do the same thing/
  4. When you are finished with these machines, please press logout near the top corner or the access button on the right hand edge to logout.

Mac instructions

  1. Install Driver
    1. Check to see what OS your mac is using from the Apple drop down select About  ie 10.11 etc.
    2. Go to  Konica Minolta Drivers Support
    3. In the Quick Search box on the left type: Bizhub c368 and Click ->
    4. Choose Drivers from the middle blue buttons.It will bring up a list of OS’s to choose from.
    5. Select the newest one which matches your OS.  It will be a zipped file. Some driver downloads contain more than one version. In this case, open the Driver folder it just created, open the folder with the name closest to your OS version, then open the “Letter” folder (not A4) and open the driver file
  2. Install Printer
    1. From Apple, System Preferences, Printers and Scanners
      click the + sign to add a printer and
    2. select IP
    3. Address:   epp2.unmc.medforest.org
    4. You must choose LPD on the next line
    5. Queue: SRT_KM_FollowMe
    6. Name: We suggest “Follow Me Printing”
    7. Use: Select Software and scroll to the BizHub 368 PS.  In some versions it is difficult to find in the scroll box because the name varies.  If you type 368 or c368 in the search box at the top right, it should find it.
      (Once installed you can make it your default printer.)
    8. E-mail Wally or Bill once you print something so we can connect your print jobs to your id and you will then be able to retrieve them from any of the follow me printers.
  3. Physically go to one of the printers and tap your badge on the right front corner (there’s a picture of a badge there)
    1. The printer will say, do you wish to associate your badge with your ID?IMG_20170414_103002071_HDR (1) Choose Yes
    2. Enter your ID only, no need for the @blahblah, and choose OK
    3. Enter your current email password and choose OK.  (Please note, the shift key turns on and stays on until you select it again, like the caps lock key)
    4. The machine will now show your ID and ****, choose Set
    5. There will either be a success message or you need to try typing your ID and password again
  4. Once you have successfully assigned your badge to your ID, tapping on the machine again will log you in.  You should see your ID appear in the top right corner. From this screen, you have three main options,IMG_20170414_103111913 (1)
    1. Print release – Choosing this option will show the jobs you have printing that are waiting to be released.  You can release them to the printer you are standing in front of.  Note that you can choose to only print certain print jobs from the list of those waiting or Print All.
    2. Machine Functions – This is where you will find basic copy machine functions (and faxing on specific machines)
    3. Scan – Choosing this option will will take you to the scan function which will scan whatever you put on the machine and turn it into a PDF and email it to you.  There are two OK buttons in this screen, they do the same thing/
  5. When you are finished with these machines, please press logout near the top corner or the access button on the right hand edge to logout.

More information

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Printing in Color

Using Web print from computers and devices that don’t authenticate well

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Eppley Email Migration

On Tuesday, February 23rd, 2016, all Eppley faculty, staff and student Outlook email accounts are scheduled to be moved from the UNMC premises to a cloud hosted by Microsoft. The migration is scheduled to start at 1:00 am and complete by 4:00 am.  It should be complete when you come in to work on, February 23rd.  

On Your Desktop:
With the email move to cloud, you will no longer use https://owa.unmc.edu  to access email from off-campus. You will be able to access email by going to http://365.unmc.edu 

On Your Mobile Device:
You will need to delete your current profile (email setup) and set it up again with new information. The information and instructions on how to set up your UNMC Outlook Email on your mobile device can be found at à [Instruction for Mobile] [Video]. 

Off Campus Email access
With the email move to cloud, you will no longer use https://secure.unmc.edu/unmc  to access email from off-campus. There is no need for VPN.  You will be able to access email by going to http://365.unmc.edu  

With the move you will

1)      Receive 28 GB of email storage (an increase from the current 2 GB)
2)      Be able to add more than 2 mobile devices (up to 100 devices)
3)      Be able to access email from Office 365

More helpful information:

a.       http://365.unmc.edu
b.       http://www.unmc.edu/its/tutorials/email-office365.html
c.       http://www.unmc.edu/its/services/email/mobile-access.html
d.       https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jx49JqVwTWU – Video
e.       http://www.unmc.edu/its/

We also have this printable PDF available with the basics if you would like one.  Thanks

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Office 365 on your personally owned Devices

Not all apps are available to run on all devices, but here are all the components of Office 365:

office 365 components

office 365 components

For a nice colorful PDF explaining the basics of Office 365 for iPhone and iPad , look here

For campus specific instructions for how to get Office 365 on your personally owned devices of all kinds, go here

Flash Drive / USB Stick / Removeable Drive Encryption

flashdrive_bg_flash1This topic has resurfaced recently with the flash drive give-away at the annual meeting.  Some steps in the process have been updated since we typed on this last, so rather than rehash the old post we’re sending you over to the dark side.

Here’s the latest campus info on how to encrypt your flash drive: http://www.unmc.edu/its/security/encryption-flashdrive.html

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Making a shortcut on your desktop to a network resource

There are many times working with an enterprise network, when it’s beneficial or necessary to make a shortcut to a netowrk resource on your desktop.  Common examples of this would be a shortcut to a lab folder or a shared application like Prism.

To make a new shortcut or link:

Create a new link on your desktop by right-clicking an empty spot and then choose new, then shortcut.

right click shortcut

In the location of the item box type the location of the resource you’re connecting to.  If it’s a lab, the address will look something like:

\\epp1\labs\drsomeone

If it’s a software program that you have shared access for it will look similar except that the shortcut should include the name of the program as well.  When you see links like this, don’t cut and paste them to get to them.  This will result in trying to download the file instead of opening the program.  That doesn’t work.  Instead follow the instructions to make a shortcut and either type or copy and paste that address into the location box.
location box

After you hit next, it asks for a name for the shortcut, which you can leave alone unless you have a name that works better for you.

Then click finish

Note for Prism:  in the above example you need to remove the number 5 from the address to connect to the actual file.  Also, when you run the file for the first time, you may be asked if the program can update your registry.  You do want it to make the change.

 

 

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Reminder about printers

We here at Eppley try our best to make a fleet of quality printers available for the use of our  faculty, staff and researchers.  As a result, we have more than 20 printers that we support.

Please read this reminder:

  1. Toner for these printers is expensive and the printers print hundreds of pages AFTER they notify you that a particular color is low.  Please do not change the toner until the printer says the toner is OUT.  The light on the printer panel will be RED if it needs help.  Otherwise, don’t feed it please.  Yellow doesn’t count as almost red.
  2. Because of the large number of printers we have, it is inevitable that there would betoner more than one model of printer.  There are currently two main models of printer in use.  Xerox 6180 and 6280. The toner from one type does not fit the other.  We regularly come across brand new cartridges that have been discarded because they have been carried to the wrong type of printer.  If you need a cartridge when there is not one near your printer and we are not immediately available to get you one, make sure the printer you are “stealing” the cartridge from is the same as your printer.  Otherwise, not only will it not fix your toner problem, there is no longer a toner near the printer you took it from.

Thanks for your help with this.

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Loading the Citrix Client for OneChart

Carecast and OneChart Users:

If you don’t have an icon for Onechart on your desktop yet, you can follow these steps to manually setup your computer for OneChart.

1.  Open your web browser (preferably Internet Explorer I’ve heard) and navigate to the following address:

 

 

2. Enter your username and password and select UNMC for the domain on the page that appears:

 

 

 

 

 

 

3.  Choose detect clients

 

4.  Download the ICA client for Windows by clicking the Download button

This should download a file with a name similar to this one:

 

 

5.  Run it.  There may be a long pause before you see anything happens.

Then on this screen choose whether it succeeded or failed

After a successful load, you should get a screen showing your application options, similar to this one:

Then you should be ready to go.  Book mark this page, so you can get directly to this point later.  This is essentially where the icon on the desktop goes.

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