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Windows 10: Compatibility with University of Pittsburgh Services

The following table summarizes the results of our Windows 10 testing. We tested University Services with the new operating system and with the new web browser, Microsoft Edge.

In some cases, you will need to use Internet Explorer to use a service with Windows 10.

Service/Application

Windows 10
Microsoft Edge

Notes

Active Directory

Pass

 

Antivirus (Symantec Endpoint Protection) Pass Requires newest version
Box

Workaround

Use Internet Explorer*

Cognos

Workaround

Use Internet Explorer*

CourseWeb (Blackboard Learn)

Pass

 

Digital Voice / Unified Communications (Skype for Business) Pass  
Document Management (ImageNow) Pass Not officially supported by the vendor

Eduroam

Pass

 

Emergency Notification Service (ENS)

Pass

 

Identity Finder

Pass

 

Lynda Online Learning Pass  

Manage Your Account
(my.pitt.edu)

Pass

 

Microsoft Office 365

Pass

 

Microsoft Word

Pass

 

Microsoft Excel

Pass

 

Microsoft PowerPoint

Pass

 

My Pitt

Pass

 

PantherExpress

Pass

 

PGP

Pass

 

PGP Universal Server

Pass

 

Pitt Email (Outlook) Workaround Use Internet Explorer*

Pitt Print

Pass

 

Pitt Video (Panopto)

Workaround

Requires Internet Explorer

Pitt VPN (Pulse Secure) Pass  
Pitt VPN (Supplemental VPN Service) Workaround Use Pulse Secure Client

PittNet – Residence Hall

Pass

 

PittNet Guest Wi-Fi

Pass

 

PittNet Wi-Fi

Pass

 

PittNet – Public Port Connections

Pass

 

PittNet – SETUP-PITT-WIFI

Pass

 

PRISM Purchasing

Workaround

Use Internet Explorer*

PRISM Time Entry

Pass

 

Remedy

Pass

 

Remedy Web Client

Pass

 

Sassafras KeyServer

Pass

 

Self-Service Online Registration (through Student Center at My Pitt)

Pass

 

Software Download Service

Pass

 

Student Information System
(PeopleSoft)

Pass

 

Tableau

Pass

 

WebNow

Pass

 

* Other third party browsers may work but have not been tested.