Remember that when you are connecting to AIRBEAR or AIRBEAR WPA2, you may receive a confirmation window with two options; "Terminate" or "Connect". Click "Connect"
It may also ask you to re-enter your credentials (Bear I.D. and password).
Main campus does provide instrution on the instruction page that this may occur "several" times. We have seen it take 4 or 5 times depending on network traffic.
If this does not work for you, please bring the laptop by the computer lab for assistance. It is best to coordinate a time with one of us, and you can reach all of us at email@example.com
Putting the Run Command into your Windows 7 or Vista Start Menu
Capturing images to place in documents such as MS Word or WordPerfect
Printing in the computer lab
Remember that print jobs must be released via the Print Release
which can be reached either by selecting "Print Release" on the left hand menu of all Law School Technology pages or by opening an internet browser and entering the URL "https://gus.baylor.edu/cgi-bin/webClient.exe
Some of the Mac lab machines require that you use FireFox to access the print release system. FireFox has been loaded on all computer lab iMacs.
If you are unable to print from one lab machine, it is recommended to first change which lab computer you are using. Please report the computer number (shown on the shelf above each machine) via email to firstname.lastname@example.org
The computer lab supplies are to be maintained by the Help Desk workers who are located at the front of the computer lab.
If any supplies run low/out, please advise the help desk worker.
If there is no help desk worker available, there are extra toner cartridges in the cabinet below the Color Printer (CLab8) located past the I.T. Staff offices on the right hand side.
In the 3 cabinets past the color printer, printer paper is available.
Please email email@example.com if any supplies are depleted and there is no Help Desk worker available. While after hours and weekend support is usually provided by Help Desk workers, they may be unexpected gaps in coverage. Instant response in those cases is not available, but we can usually get the next Help Desk worker to resolve the issue if possible.
The Help Desk is provided for the students, faculty and staff to receive technological assistance whenever an I.T. staff member is not available. The Help Desk workers can help with configuring wired and wireless network access, replacing lab supplies, notifying the I.T. staff of equipment issues. Additional capabilities are being added to assist faculty and staff with classroom support.