Author Archives: Michelle Manke
The problem with the students server, which hosts Moodle, portfolios.snc.edu, and coursework.snc.edu, has been resolved. Moodle, portfolios.snc.edu, and coursework.snc.edu are operating normally.
Another phishing scam (shown below) is going around. Just like every other message of this type, this one is not from SNC. It was in the spam quarantine because it is spam. As always, you should never respond to these … Continue reading
An estimated 500,000 computers worldwide are infected with malware (spyware) called “DNSChanger.” DNSChanger modifies the DNS settings on computers and routers, causing them to use malicious servers that redirect you to fake and potentially dangerous web sites. Last November, the … Continue reading
If a “SMART HDD” window pops up your screen indicating that there are problems with your hard drive, STOP and call the Help Desk immediately. This program is spyware and could seriously damage your computer. If the Help Desk is … Continue reading
We believe that all of yesterday’s printing problems have been resolved. If the printer in your area was updated yesterday, you will need to reset your print PINs. For instructions, see: http://www.snc.edu/techsupport/docs/printpins.html Also, Windows users may need to reset their … Continue reading
IT will be restarting the Zimbra server tonight to try to clear up the issues we’ve been experiencing.
IT is aware of reports that Zimbra is slow and may be timing out/giving errors. They are looking into it. We will post an update as soon as we have more information.
Since last week’s upgrade to the Barracuda anti-spam server, there have been some issues related to logging in to the spam quarantine. When clicking the links in the Spam Quarantine Summary e-mails, you should be taken directly into your quarantine, … Continue reading
The College’s anti-spam server will be upgraded on Wednesday, March 28th at 5:30 p.m. This upgrade is not expected to take long and should be done well within the maintenance period (by 8:00 p.m.). During this time, the anti-spam server … Continue reading