ITS plan to patch MultiuserUnix (aka Daisy) on Monday 17 December between 09:30am and noon. This server should only be unavailable for a short period but may at risk during the working day. Anyone that uses Unix or Unix mail will be unable to do so during this downtime period.
Unavailable print and photocopying on 15 December 2018
Print and photocopy facilities provided by IT Services will be unavailable on 15 December 2018 from 7am while we carry out a major server upgrade. We hope to complete the work before 4pm but may continue until then.
All staff and student pull and push printing will be unavailable, including:
- printing via the Linux Managed Desktop
- Mobile Print
- Mail2Me (scan to email)
- Copy (including Library Visitor Cards)
- the printing.warwick.ac.uk web page
- SafeCom Save-O-Meter
- AutoStore (scan to folder)
Printer credit processing will also be offline.
Note that the ITS-provided CUPS are not affected by the planned work and will remain available for the duration of this change.
Did you know that you can get IT support for your privately owned machine through IT Services? The service is available at the competitive rate of £30 for the entire academic year.
Have you ever been given someone else’s password at Warwick in order for you to complete a task or start a process? IT Services is undertaking work to make sure that we’re all aware of the different implications of password-sharing, and – most importantly – that we know about the better option available to us.