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Student Print Troubleshooting Guide

printer-troubleshooting ... 1. Print Quota   Go to "help.uidaho.edu" Sign in using your student credentials. On the bottom left click "Print Pages" On the top right in blue your "Print quota balance" will be

Overview of OIT Procurement Process

performs any user-specific configurations, such as adding printers and/or applications. The item is then delivered and set up for you (as needed depending on hardware requested) by your TSP.  OIT

IT Governance & Prioritization Guidelines

, printers, etc. Requests should be facilitated through TSP or Local Support. New Upgrade Replace CIO responsibilities (do not require governance approval but will be reflected in

Solid Waste and Recycling Request

computers, monitors, keyboards, mice, printers, VCRs, cords, scanners, wood and construction debris, lab equipment, etc

University IT Policies FAQ - APM 30.16

computers (desktop and laptops), tablets, university purchased cell phones, printers, FAX machines and other hardware that processes and stores university data. Central purchasing is also part of the U of

Broken Hardware, RMA, & Warranty Requests

Support for hardware not working properly including desktop computers, laptops, mice, keyboards, printers, etc. ... Need assistance dealing with your computer hardware? Click the Request Help button and fill out the form.  Please include a description of how it is not working for you. If possible, screen shots of

Internet Self-Defense Dojo

Your friend Victoria Vandal wants to get a new phone because she thinks this one guy (Brad?) she met at Boise Fry Company hacked her phone. She shudders to take pictures, and doesn't want to comment