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Setting Up 2 factor authentication

  • Your password protects your account. You can also add a second layer of protection with "2 Factor Authentication" so even if somebody manages to steal your password, it is not enough to get into your...

Setting up a Printer in Windows

  • The following instructions are for computers running the Windows operating system. The NMU network does NOT support wireless printers.  Windows 10 Windows 7   Windows 10 1.In the Start menu...

Setting Up a Vacation Email Automatic Response

  • This allows you to send a message to people trying to send you email while you are vacation that you are not able to read it. If you are forwarding mail to an MES account, you will need to follow the...

Setting up Auto Archive in Outlook

  • Managing the 1 gigabyte of space for those with an Exchange server mailbox is important. Outlook has clean up tools available under the File tab to help you do this but one really nice feature, the...

Setting up Clinical Simulation Management System Software

  • NOTE: You will need to have your account created in order to use this software. To create your account you must have your instructor request this software for the class. Once your account has been...

Setting Up Google Apps Sync

  • The Google Apps Sync tool creates a “Google Apps” Outlook profile that can be used to access the email, calendars, contacts, and other items available in G Suite and makes them available to you in...

Setting up Google Drive Backup & Sync

  • Before using as a backup solution, please read the warning note at the bottom of the page.If already have Backup & Sync installed but need to get to its setting, see below.Setting up Google Drive...

Setting up Google Drive for Desktop (File Stream)

  • Note: Drive for Desktop was previously called Google File Stream and still is currently on Macs (changed 2-4-2021).Before using as a backup solution, please read the warning note at the bottom of the...

Setting up Outlook to send mail using the NMU Mail Gateway

  • Microsoft Windows uses Outlook as the default email client and for mail merges to email in Microsoft Word. Setting up Outlook to send mail using the NMU Mail Gateway will assure mail merges to email...

Setting up Outlook Using an NMU Email Address

  • This page covers instructions for setting up Outlook to use the older NMU email system in use before NMU switched to NMU G Suite and gmail. These instructions are left available for anyone that needs...

Setting up remote wipe on your mobile device

  • Remote wipe is a feature that allows you to remove all data from your mobile device should it ever get lost or stolen. The documentation below outlines the process for Android, iOS devices, and...

Sharing your Calendar in Outlook

  • Many organizations, NMU included, allow some users the functionality of sharing calendars in order to better schedule meetings and appointments through a Microsoft Exchange account. These accounts...

Show Hidden Files and Folders

  • Some settings, configuration files, and other files in Windows are stored in hidden locations and certain troubleshooting steps may require you to unhide them. Make sure you only alter files and...

Smartphone and Mobile Device Setup

  • Due to the lack of standards, rapidly changing models, operating systems, and services provided by cell phone service providers, NMU support of personal mobile devices is restricted to providing WiFi...

Software included on the Lenovo ThinkCentre desktop

  • Below is some of the software that is preloaded on the 2014 Mini desktop computers. Adobe Flash Player Adobe Reader Microsoft Windows 7 x64 Enterprise Microsoft Office 2013 Access Excel...

SolidWorks Student Access

  • *If you have a Northern Michigan University issued laptop and a class that requires SolidWorks you do not need this download. Go to http://www.SolidWorks.com/SEK Fill out the "Student Access Form...

Some Windows Desktop Applications Appear Blurred

  • If some windows and applications on your desktop appear blurry (but not all) it's likely because your computer has a high-DPI (dots per inch) display. This is because some desktop applications can't...

Sponsoring a Guest on the NMU Network

  • All computers that wish to use the NMU Wireless or Wired connections on campus must be registered. Current NMU Faculty, Staff, Students, and Retirees can register machines on the network. If there is...

Starting Cisco AnyConnect VPN Client [Windows]

  • Some programs and services, such as Ultratime, are only available when on a campus connection. The VPN client, when connected using your NMU login credentials, simulates an on campus network...

Starting my Computer in Safe Mode

  • Safe mode is the Windows diagnostics mode. When you start the computer in Safe mode, only the specific components that are needed to run the operating system are loaded. Safe mode does not allow some...

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