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Microsoft Enrollment for Education Solutions

CAS is signing up for the Microsoft Enrollment for Education Solutions (formerly the MS Campus Agreement) which will be funded centrally by the College of Arts and Sciences. The Microsoft EES Agreement is a subscription site licensing program specifically created to address the unique needs of higher education institutions. This is a program that licenses all CAS-owned machines based upon the institutional headcount rather than the individual machine count.

There are many benefits to the College that come with the implementation of the MS EES Agreement.

No cost to CAS departments for ...


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UO Response to Heartbleed Bug: Change Your Duck ID Password


Due to the threat posed by the Heartbleed Bug, UO Information Services is requiring that all users change their Duck ID passwords at AFTER they receive an e-mail from Information Services asking them to do so. DO NOT change your password until you have received an e-mail from instructing you to do so.

If you are a CAS Google Apps for Education user, you will also want to change your password for that service.

From Information Services:

“This request comes out of interest for your online safety. The Heartbleed flaw, announced April


Help Articles

File Server Migration – December 2013


This purpose of this article is to help you connect to your CAS-FS file shares after the planned migration.


CASIT is migrating its file servers to new hardware in December. This move is necessary because the current hardware is nearing its end of life and cannot be expanded further. The new file storage infrastructure will be capable of continuing to expand smoothly, and will be much more resilient to data loss. During a scheduled hardware upgrade, file shares and home folders will be offline. Most network drives will have to be re-mapped after the upgrade.

Most CAS




CASIT Training has put together training documentation for WordPress and Edublogs. This training material covers:

Creating a WordPress site via Edublogs Setting up your WordPress site An overview of the WordPress Dashboard Creation and management of pages and posts Creating menus Customizing theme and page layout Adding plugins and widgets

For an overview of WordPress from CASIT, click here.

For any additional questions, you can contact CASIT Training at 346-5017.