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Is there an internet use policy? (link)
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What do I do if the internet diagnostics policy is not working? (link)
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Is there a personal long distance policy for phones? (link)
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Applies To: Faculty, Staff

Score: 6.0 - Updated: 9/28/2010 3:54:11 PM - Was this helpful?
How do I open links in Outlook with Internet Explorer? (link)

Click on Internet Explorer to launch

·         Click on Tools, then Internet Options

·         In the Programs Tab, under Default Web Browser heading:

·         Click on ‘Make Default’

·         Uncheck the ‘Tell me if Internet Explorer is not the default Web Browser’

·         Links in Outlook will now open in Internet Explorer.


Score: 4.3 - Updated: 7/12/2013 11:52:31 AM - Was this helpful?
Are there any 'workaround' steps to try when I lose my wireless internet connection with my Mac (Apple)? (link)
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Applies To: Students

Score: 3.0 - Updated: 1/24/2011 9:58:28 AM - Was this helpful?
When off campus, why can't I log into a W&L application web site (like SharePoint) using Internet Explorer? (link)

If one takes a W&L laptop that is in the W&L AD domain off campus and then attaches to a site that is in the IE 'Local Intranet' security zone, the laptop attempts to do pass-through integrated windows login.  However, this requires that the computer has direct access to an AD domain controller, which is blocked in the firewall.  Unfortunately, IE does not gracefully fall back to a username and password prompt in this case.


To configure IE to always prompt for a username and password:

1.       Open Internet Explorer

2.       Select “Tools”

3.       Select “Internet Options”

4.       Select “Security”

5.       Select “Local  intranet”

6.       Select “Custom level…”

7.       Scroll all the way to the last option and select “Prompt for user name and password”

8.       Select “OK” to exit both dialog windows


To re-configure IE once you are back on campus, follow the same procedure, but in step 7, select “Automatic logon only in Intranet zone”

Score: 2.1 - Updated: 2/28/2011 11:07:37 AM - Was this helpful?
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