Category Archive: Computer Labs

By Evan Campbell
April 12, 2021 9:16 am MT
Posted in Computer Labs, General CNSIT, Printing, Windows

If you’re wanting to print a PowerPoint presentation or Word document in one of the student labs it will need to be formatted as a pdf due to print server changes.  To print in the labs you will need to login to Papercut (https://cns-papercut.natsci.colostate.edu/user) using your NetID credentials and upload a pdf to the print […]

By Evan Campbell
August 20, 2020 3:21 pm MT
Posted in CNS Computer Lab, General CNSIT, Knowledge Base, Tips and Tricks

Orient the document to the top left corner of the scanner Close the lid and push the button to the left of the light on front of scanner Select Windows Fax and Scan Application After the document is scanned it will be displayed in the app as “Image” Double click on “Image” to open it […]

By Ross Madden
August 3, 2020 12:53 pm MT
Posted in CNS Computer Lab, General CNSIT, Printing

In an effort to cut down on the requirement for in person printing in the CNS Computer labs, a technology called “Mobility Print” has been set up which allows students to set up their own device for printing in select locations (termed “Bring Your Own Device” or BYOD). IMPORTANT: The main requirement for BYOD printing […]

By Ross Madden
October 28, 2015 3:29 pm MT
Posted in Apple, CNS Computer Lab, Computer Labs, General CNSIT, Printing, Tips and Tricks, Windows

PDF files sometimes give us a lot of trouble when we try to print them. The causes are usually unknown, but may stem from inefficient PDF creation on the publisher side (not everyone uses Adobe Acrobat Pro to create their PDFs, unfortunately). Here are some tips to help you get that pesky PDF to print […]

By Ross Madden
May 13, 2013 3:22 pm MT
Posted in Computer Labs, General CNSIT

As of May 20th (the start of the Summer 2013 semester), the Chemistry B201 Computer lab will be relocated to Yates 412.  We will begin moving the computer hardware on the 20th, so it may be a few days before the lab is at full operation in terms of capacity.  Yates 412 will adopt the […]

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By Ross Madden
April 27, 2012 10:26 am MT
Posted in Biology Yates 212 Computer Lab, Knowledge Base, Pangea

Student Computers The teaching classroom located in Yates 212 is set up like most teaching computer labs, with an auto-login account that exists on the college domain.  To facilitate some type of file sharing solution, we created a special Pangea (What is Pangea?) share which is automatically mapped to each of the student computers.  You […]

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