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Managed Desktop Pull Print Queue Migrations - Wednesday 11th September 2019

IT Services will be automatically migrating all Managed Windows 7 and Managed Windows 10 computers from the legacy Kyocera\HP on Triton or Rycon Pull Print queues onto newer, more modern and supportable servers Hanks and Stone.

For further details of this change...

Tue 03 Sep 2019, 12:22 | Tags: Printing Desktop

Update on the Argent Court Data Centre power-down in December

We can now confirm details of several major services that won't be affected by the Argent Court data centre power-down on 13 and 14 December.

Software Center Changes its look

The Software Center is getting a makeover. Gone are the application lists to be replaced with the more tile like look that is currently being promoted by Microsoft. The main functionality remains the same, with the tabs that were across the top in the old version becoming the menu that's down the left hand side.

Fri 22 Jul 2016, 09:28 | Tags: Software Desktop

Changes to Applications

We're currently working to simplify the way you access applications on the Managed Windows 7 Desktop. Some applications will move to the Software Center and some that have very little use will be retired.

Mon 04 Jul 2016, 09:30 | Tags: Software Desktop

Internet Explorer Upgrade: 14 May 2014

IT Services will upgrade Internet Explorer on all managed Windows 7 desktops to version 10 from midday Wednesday 14 May 2014.

This won't cause any major disruption to your work – the update will take place quietly in the background, and will apply itself the next time you log in to your computer. Your favourites should not be affected.

Fri 09 May 2014, 12:04 | Tags: Software Desktop

Windows XP and IE 8 unsupported and unsafe after 8 April (Reminder)

Microsoft will no longer support Windows XP and Internet Explorer 8 from Tuesday 8 April 2014. This means that many services (like Warwick's webmail) may not work with Windows XP or IE 8 after this point, and, because of the lack of security patches from Microsoft, Windows XP will not be safe to use from an information security point of view.

Mon 17 Mar 2014, 09:22 | Tags: Security Software Desktop

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