Maintenance is scheduled to begin around 3:00 a.m. on Sunday, Oct. 8 and will last approximately two hours.
Alerts & Notifications
The intermittent issue that affected wired and wireless network service in some locations on campus has been resolved.
A new email scam claims to be from Health Services and contains a harmful link that mimics a Microsoft Office 365 login page.
Wired and wireless network service will be affected for up to four hours.
FindTime will be discontinued as an add-in for the Outlook desktop client on Oct. 1, 2017.
Wired and wireless network service will be affected for up to four hours in some buildings.
The issue has been resolved and normal service has been restored.
A new email scam message claims there is a security concern on campus with a harmful image and link to a Pitt Passport login page.
A new email scam says you have unread email messages and contains a harmful link that mimics a Microsoft Office 365 login page.
The vendor has resolved the issue and restored service.
All new and existing workstation ports on the Pittsburgh campus will be configured to auto negotiate their speed and duplex.
Updates affect Windows, Internet Explorer, Edge, Office, Skype for Business, and more.
Scammers often take advantage of public interest during natural disasters to distribute new phishing emails.
Check to ensure you are using the latest version of the Chrome browser.
Scam claims to increase mailbox quota by clicking on a link.
Beginning Friday, users of the My Pitt Video Recorder must use version 5.4 or higher to create video content.
A new scam claims that you need to open a PDF attachment to view a bill payment.
Beginning September 3, 2017, UPMC employees will be required to use the Pulse Secure client to access restricted University resources remotely.
Issue affects ability to perform searches in My Pitt, log in to some My Pitt services, and log in to askcathy.pitt.edu.
Individuals who are in an active meeting may experience a brief interruption between 10 p.m. on 8/19 and 8 a.m. on 8/21.