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Instructions for Installing\Uninstalling\Upgrading Python Modules in Linux using Pip
Faculty and staff have the ability to create and maintain their own personal web pages. Learn about information and resources to help you create and maintain your personal web page.
Learn how to recover your account name or reset your password.
Reset a forgotten password using a mobile number or secret questions
Instructions on adding HuskyPrint drivers and Papercut to an off-domain or personal Windows computer using the Powershell script.
Instructions for installing and running the VPN client on a Windows computer
Registering a wired or wireless device on MichiganTechOpen.
Instructions for clearing your Java Cache
How to manage your account information, recover your password, and update your profile
Remote access to open lab computers ended Friday, August 13, 2021.
Installing software from the Software Center on a Windows 10 computer
Locations of HuskyPrint Color and B&W stations on campus
How to connect to the Multidrive on a personal machine or an off-domain computer running Windows 10
This article lists which software is available on remote.mtu.edu and instructions for connecting from a Windows computer.
Wired and wireless devices in our residence halls are registered and connect through our ClearPass system.
How to configure your device to connect to the wireless at Michigan Tech
Information on the campus computing device requirement - effective as of the Fall 2020 semester, all students are required to have a computing device.
Instructions on how to launch and use Zoom.
This article lists the Common CORE software available in labs for Windows and Mac computers
If you are using a Windows desktop in your office, it is typically on-domain (computername.ad). You can add printers from the list of available network printers.
If you have a personal computer or an off-domain laptop/desktop (computername.sabu), you can install the PaperCut client and add the HuskyPrint stations and certain networked printers.
Information on HuskyCard photos, including submitting photos and requesting a copy of your HuskyCard photo on file.
Information on email lists, including guidelines and the different types of lists available
Unlocking or deleting a keyring (credentials store) in Linux
eduroam allows any user from an eduroam participating site to get network access at any institution connected to eduroam