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BackupOptionsForDesktopsAndLaptops
Suggestions for backing up desktops and laptops Research related data on desktops and laptops You may synchronize research related data and settings from a desktop ...
CSAILPrivate
Connecting to CSAILPrivate CSAILPrivate is CSAIL's encrypted, authenticated wireless network. Use of CSAILPrivate is required to get a static IP address or to print ...
DataRecoveryOptionsForDesktopsAndLaptops
Data Recovery for desktop and laptop hard drives * First choice: Store data on network filesystems that TIG maintains and backs up nightly. Then, email help #64 ...
DocletHordeSupportInfo
Warning about TIG (lack of) support for some Horde webmail features TIG provides and supports the GNU Horde webmail system for two main purposes: 1. To provide ...
IPhoneCertsInstall
Certificate installation for iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch Installation of certificates as described below has been possible since iPhone OS 2.0, and apply current ...
OpenAFSAndMacOSX
OpenAFS And MacOSX Prerequisites * CSAIL Kerberos configured properly Note on macOS High Sierra 10.13 Due to the conversion from HFS to APFS on 10.13, prior ...
OpenStackSSHKey
SSH Keys for OpenStack Access Due to our AFSHomeDirectory structure ssh public key authentication is not generally used for CSAIL login. Kerberos authentication, which ...
PhysicalLocks
Physical Locks Laptop theft is a real and unfortunate threat. Many crimes happen when the laptop is left unattended for just a moment. To help prevent laptop theft ...
PublicComputing
Public Computing General purpose shell access login.csail.mit.edu is available for general purpose access. It should be used for computationally non intensive tasks ...
UsingReplay
The REPLAY Video System Replay provides scheduled recording and live streaming of events in the Kiva, Star, and Hewlett conference rooms. Replay is designed as a ...
VNCSetupFromOutsideCSAIL
How to set up VNC to be accessed from outside CSAIL First, be clear about the problem you're trying to solve. Is VNC (originally for "Virtual Network Computing") ...
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