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Unformatted text preview: H omewor k 1 Fall 2009 Campus Resources and Computing Basics NCSU Computing System 1. Which of the following could be a valid Unity I D for John Thomas Smith? a) 000123456 b) jtsmith8 <this one> c) smithjt d) john_t_smith 2. Describe what a student I D number usually looks like.
fi rst letter of fi rst name, fi rst six letters of last name, possibly number 3. What are the th ree types of files that you can print using http://print.ncsu.edu/?
post-script, PDF, and text 4. What website can you use to permanently register your laptop with NCSU’s
w i reless system? (This would make it so you don’t have to type in your Unity I D a nd password every time you tu rn your computer on.) http://www.nomad.ncsu.edu 5. What is (or was) your original Unity password? Why is it important that you
c hange this? last 4 digits of student I D, 2 digit bi rth month, 2 digit bi r th day Password Strength For each of the following passwords, indicate whether or not it’d be allowed (circle o ne). I f not, explain why. 6. Guessme!
Okay Not allowed, because… it doesn’t have a number 7. [email protected]
O kay Not allowed, because…it has 5 consecutive digits 8. ilovebobby
O kay Not allowed, because…no number 9. [email protected]
Okay Not allowed, because…it doesn’t contain 8 letters 10. atv4wheeler
O kay<<<< Not allowed, because… Hands-On 11. Use NCSU’s webmail to send an e-mail to your inst ructor: • Attach this document in M icrosoft Word 2007 format (.docx). • M ake the subject as follows: E115 Section 0xx: Homework 1 (replacing xx w ith
your section) • • • I n the To field, put your instructo r’s campus e-mail. I n the CC field, put your campus e-mail. I n the BCC field, put your personal e-mail address. 12. Submit this document online, under the submit locker named “Homework1”, in
P D F format. ...
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This note was uploaded on 03/28/2010 for the course E E115 taught by Professor Burgett during the Spring '09 term at N.C. State.
- Spring '09