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Banweb - How to Change Your Security Question

The following tutorial provides two-part instruction on how to change your security question using Banweb and then how to use that security question to re-set your password.
Click here to begin the tutorial.

GMail - How to Change Your Password

Is your email account password about to expire?  Please utilize this self-service link to change your password in the active directory. This will be a requirement for each user and will synchronize passwords.

Click here for instructions on using the self-service tool.

Your new password should meet the minimum qualifications:

You must meet these minimum security requirements to allow the reset of your password as evidenced by a green rating in the strength analyzer indicating a “strong” password. 

Instant Messaging - Client, Account, and Buddy List Set-up

The following tutorial provides instruction on how to set-up an instant messaging client, account, and buddy list. 
Click here to begin the tutorial.


Outlook - How to Send Email in Plain Text Format

The default setting in Microsoft Outlook is to send messages using rich text format in which some recipients may receive an additional file called the Winmail.dat file that the recipient's client may not recognize. The following tutorial will explain how to change your settings in Outlook to send messages in plain text format. 
Click here to begin the tutorial. 

OpenText Basics

If you are considering migrating your department's website to OpenText then this is the tutorial for you!
Click here to learn more about OpenText CMS.
Click here for additional tutorials regarding OpenText CMS.

Remedy Basics

Are you new to Remedy Action Request System software?  If so, click on the following link to learn the basic functions of how to utilize Remedy.
Click here to begin the tutorial.


Email Signatures

The following tutorial provides instruction on how to create email signatures using Microsoft Outlook.
Click here to begin the tutorial.