Category Archive: Uncategorized

By Evan Campbell
December 16, 2021 12:34 pm MT
Posted in Backups, General CNSIT, Knowledge Base, Uncategorized

If you find that there are files or folders missing from your RStor directory you can use Window’s “previous versions” to recover the data. This feature takes advantage of the backups that the Division of IT creates of RStor data. To restore the contents of a folder in RStor you will right click on the […]

By Aaron Vanasse
October 18, 2021 9:31 am MT
Posted in General CNSIT, Knowledge Base, Uncategorized

Open File Explorer In the left hand pane of File Explorer select “This Pc” At the top of File Explorer select: Computer and then select: Map Network Drive A window will pop up and you can add the path to the drive you want to map <eg> \\pathtomyfolder Make sure to check the box for […]

By Evan Campbell
May 19, 2021 11:19 am MT
Posted in Backups, General CNSIT, The Cloud, Uncategorized

Starting in July 2022 Google Drive will no longer provide unlimited space for colleges and universities. Instead they’re planning on providing the university with 100 TBs to spread out amongst students, faculty, and staff. This will undoubtedly affect folks who are using Google Drive to store backups or research data. If you or your lab […]

By Evan Campbell
April 12, 2021 9:14 am MT
Posted in General CNSIT, General Computing, Knowledge Base, Tips and Tricks, Uncategorized

You may need or want to change your password while off campus. The following will walk you through how to change your password with out having to come to campus Connect Pulse Secure VPN Use this link to start the process:  https://eid.colostate.edu/eIDModify/Password.aspx Following instructions from ACNS update your password Once you have completed the password […]

By Evan Campbell
April 8, 2021 11:01 am MT
Posted in Apple, Knowledge Base, Tips and Tricks, Uncategorized

You may be using an iPad to remote into a pc or server, the following will get you set up *You will need to download the Pulse Secure and Microsoft Remote Desktop Client Apps from the App Store both of which are free & you will also need to setup DUO if you have not […]

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