We are equipped with 30 powerful HP Study Terminals pre-loaded with an array of useful software for different disciplines.
Things you need to do
Before using the Study Terminals, users must have their own Campus Domain Account. For more information about the Campus Domain Account please visit: Stevesn ITwiki/Campus Domain Account
Who can have a Campus Domain account
- Undergraduate Students
- Currently Enrolled Graduate Students
- Full time Employees
- Temporary Employees
How to get a Campus Domain account
- Undergraduate Students are automatically granted a Domain Account because of their status and have no need to apply (except certain employees) or ask for an account.
- Graduate Students need to apply for a Campus Domain Account through Mystevens. For detailed instructions visit: Stevesn ITwiki/How to get a Campus Domain Account
- Faculty, Staff and Temporary Employees need to fill out an Account Request Form. Once fully completed and signed by both the user and the department head, send the form to Information Technology via interdepartmental mail or fax to (201)-216-5476.
All study terminals in our lab use roaming profile for every user, this enables users to keep their profile settings the same no matter which computer they login in our lab.
What is Roaming user profile
A roaming user profile is a concept in the Microsoft Windows NT family of operating systems that allows users with a computer joined to a Windows Server domain to log on to any computer on the same network and access their documents and have a consistent desktop experience, such as applications remembering toolbar positions and preferences, or desktop appearance.
- Automatic resource availability. A user's unique profile is automatically available when he or she logs on to any computer on the network. Users do not need to create a profile on each computer they use on a network.
- Simplified computer replacement and backup. When a user's computer must be replaced, it can be replaced easily because all of the user's profile information is maintained separately on the network, independent of an individual computer. When the user logs on to the new computer for the first time, the server copy of the user's profile is copied to the new computer.
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