The security enhancement scheduled for March 21-22 has been postponed; no further action is required of users.
Alerts and Announcements
In order to accommodate a University event on March 13, the network maintenance has been postponed.
The issue has been resolved and phone services have been restored.
University services will remain available through AskCathy (askcathy.pitt.edu) during the maintenance period.
Nightly Port and Operating System (OS) scans set up to identify and remediate unsupported versions of Windows 2008 Server and Windows 7.
Full functionality has been restored.
We've worked with the vendor to mitigate Wi-Fi connectivity issues. Full PittNet Wi-Fi service has been restored.
Fall 2019 course content is affected if it was linked from Lecture Capture to Canvas.
Maintenance is scheduled from 1 a.m. to 7 a.m.
Students may experience intermittent MyResNet service disruptions during the maintenance period.
Pitt IT engineers continue to monitor and are investigating the cause of the issue.
Vendor maintenance will be performed on the Student Information System (PeopleSoft and PeopleSoft Mobile) beginning at 7 p.m. on Saturday, Feb. 29. This work is expected to last until 7 p.m. on Sunday, March 1.
The issue has been resolved and full service has been restored.
Pitt IT has completed emergency network maintenance and restored PittNet Wi-Fi and Wired service to all previously impacted locations.
My Pitt is back online, and we are continuing to monitor it.
A new self-service community will let faculty and staff complete Federated Authorization Requests online.
Existing Office 365 Video embed codes and links to videos will continue to work.
Microsoft has announced vulnerabilities affecting Windows, Office, Internet Explorer, and more.
Duquesne Light is aware of the power issues in the area and working to resolve them.
The spread of the coronavirus has spawned many phishing campaigns, scaring recipients into clicking on harmful links or attachments in emails, text messages, or social media posts.