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FA08_Connectivity MB (2) - "Computers in the future...

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Click to edit Master subtitle style " I think there is a world market for maybe five computers." - Thomas Watson, Chairman of IBM, 1943 "Computers in the future may weigh no more than one-and-a-half tonnes." - Popular Mechanics, 1949 “Who is 'General Failure' and why on earth is he reading 'drive c:\'?” - Anonymous Error, no keyboard, press F1 to continue.” - Anonymous
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Click to edit Master subtitle style Connectivity BSAD 040a, Fall 2008 Lecture 3 Adapted from slides by Tom Chittenden
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Warding Off PC Stress
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Agenda ¢ School of Business Administration Account l l Public Folders ¢ UVM NetID & UVM E-Mail ¢ Windows XP vs. Vista l Different ‘flavors’ of Vista ¢ Password Management ¢ Local Accounts
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E-Mail ¢ As of now, you are 100% responsible to check, maintain and manage your UVM & BSAD account ¢ Correspondences will be sent to both which I will hold you accountable for having read. ¢ Now lets talk about both and the Connectivity Assignments
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BSAD Account ¢ You need this account to: l Check your BSAD E-Mail l Access Public Folders l Submit to Course Public Folders l Use BSAD Computer Labs l Use BSAD Free Printing l l Access BSAD SharePoint Team Services
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How to Access Your BSAD E-mail: ¢ Using Outlook: l For BSAD Configured Machines (http://www.bsad.uvm.edu/About+Us/TechnologyLearning/FAQ/Configure+Outlook.htm) l Lab 100 or Lab 102 Kalkin From Off-Campus & the dorms use your full e-mail: UserName @bsad.uvm.edu
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How to Access Your BSAD E-mail: ¢ Using Outlook Web Access (OWA) l http://bsadmail.uvm.edu l Will Always Work from any Internet- connected machine l NO “www” !!!! ¢ Public Folders Demonstration l From Outlook or OWA ¢ Outlook: username @bsad.uvm.edu
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Outlook Client versus OWA ¢ Full Client Has Many Differences! l MS Word Editor – Auto Spell/Grammar Check l Cached Addresses l Drag and Drop l Ease of Directory Lookups and Folder Views l More than 25 e-mails at a time l A lot more on a very granular level
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Features ¢ CALENDAR! ¢ Notes ¢ Contacts ¢ Sent Items ¢ Deleted Items ¢ Signatures, BCC ¢ Journal Tech Tips l What’s the most used Tech application? reminder
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