Alerts & Notifications
Access to PeopleSoft, PeopleSoft Mobile, and ImageNow will be unavailable during the standard downtime period.
Users of the UNIX Timesharing system can now print to the Pitt Print Stations.
Print jobs can be sent to a new unified queue named pittprint and retrieved at any Pitt Print Station.
Example: lpr -Ppittprint sample.file
UNIX users should use the pittprint queue when printing from the UNIX system to the Student Computing Labs; the previous lab specific queues are no longer in use.
The implementation of Microsoft Advanced Threat Protection on June 4, 2016 will add another layer to the University’s existing security controls. Advanced Threat Protection enhances security and helps protect against advanced persistent threats with two new features: Safe Links and Safe Attachments.
Two key features, Safe Links and Safe Attachments, help keep your email safe.
Email scam claims you can upgrade to new Outlook Web Access.
Email scam claims your password will expire in three days unless you click a link to update your account.
Email scam claims you must click on a link to update your mailbox.
All voice services have been restored to Bridgeside Point.
Vulnerabilities affect Symantec Endpoint Protection workstation client and management console.
Eight critical vulnerabilities affect Microsoft Windows, Internet Explorer, Edge, and Office.
All services have been restored.
The look and feel of Qualtrics is about to change. Get a head start using it now!
Email scam claims you need to click on a link to upgrade Outlook Web Access.
The hardware issue that affected telephone service in multiple buildings on campus has been resolved.
Students should print and pick up existing jobs in the queue prior to May 7 at 11 p.m.
Service was briefly unavailable due to a power issue resulting from renovation work.
Email scam claims your password expires in three days and you must log in to validate your account.
The power outage that affected network service to several buildings on the Pittsburgh campus has been resolved.
Network service was interrupted between 10:30 p.m. and 5:00 a.m. last night due to power issues.
A new login page called Pitt Passport is coming to the University services you use every day, including My Pitt, pitt.box.com, CourseWeb, PRISM, PittSource, and more. Pitt Passport is a Single Sign-On solution that delivers a consistent, trusted login experience across University services.
The new Pitt Passport login page will replace the variety of different login pages you currently see when accessing University services. The new page always begins with passport.pitt.edu in the address bar of your browser, and it looks like this: