Students may experience intermittent MyResNet service disruptions between 5:30 and 9:30 a.m.
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Students, faculty, and staff will be unable to process adds or drops for any term until the updates have been completed.
If you have an account at Mathway, Pitt IT recommends you change that password as soon as possible.
Vendor maintenance will be performed on the Student Information System (PeopleSoft and PeopleSoft Mobile) beginning at 7 p.m. on Saturday, June 27. This work is expected to last until 7 p.m. on Sunday, June 28.
System unavailable for three hours beginning at 9 p.m. on Saturday, June 27.
The default Qualtrics reporting interface has been in place since February 2016 and is not affected by this change.
Pitt Information Technology is merging the University’s two PittNet Wi-Fi networks—Wireless PittNet and Wireless-PittNet-Fast.
Affected systems include My Pitt (my.pitt.edu), University websites, and systems that require authentication through Pitt Passport.
Duo has resolved the issue and restored full service.
Microsoft has announced security updates for June that affect Windows, Edge, Internet Explorer, and more.
You do not need to take any action, and the steps for logging in to University services will not change.
If you have an account at The Chronicle of Higher Education, Pitt IT recommends you change that password.
Maintenance begins at 10 p.m. on Sunday, June 7, and continues through 8 a.m. on Monday, June 8.
The University is adopting Microsoft Defender ATP as its new enterprise antivirus solution, replacing Symantec Endpoint Protection.
With the University’s transition to remote operations, Pitt Information Technology is pleased to offer Virtual Walk-In Support.
It is possible that some users may be prompted to accept the new certificate when authenticating to PittNet.
New self-service community allows faculty and staff to complete Federated Authorization Requests online.
A new version of the Pitt Mobile app is planned for release on June 1. The app will feature a modern new look and improved ease of use, based on feedback received from the University community.
After May 30, older versions of Zoom clients will be required to upgrade before they can be used to start or join a Zoom meeting.
Maintenance begins this Friday at 9 p.m. and lasts one hour with no downtime; once completed, macOS and Windows users should follow login prompt to update Pulse client version.