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Pitt Printing Software for Students

Pitt Printing enables students to send print jobs from anywhere to Pitt Print stations located in CSSD computing labs and various remote locations across campus. Pitt Printing enables remote printing from Windows and Macintosh personal computers that have the Pitt Printing Client installed.

Secure Remote Access: Using Junos Pulse to Connect from a Mac

Overview

The Secure Remote Access Service (sremote.pitt.edu) is a secure remote access solution that allows University students, faculty, and staff to access restricted University online resources when off campus or while using Wireless PittNet. You can download and install the Junos Pulse client to use the Secure Remote Access service on a Mac.

Pitt Printing: Using the Service

Overview

The University of Pittsburgh Printing service enables students to send print jobs from any location to Pitt Print Stations located in the CSSD Computing Labs and remote locations across campus including all residence halls. You can print from Computing Labs and Computer Kiosks, as well as almost any device with an Internet connection whether you are on or off campus. Visit Pitt Printing for a complete list of Pitt Print Station locations.

Installing the Pitt Printing Client

Overview

The Pitt Printing Service enables students to send print jobs from any location to Pitt Print Stations available in the CSSD Computing Labs and various remote locations across campus including all residence halls. You can print from Computing Labs and Computer Kiosks, as well as from almost any device with an Internet connection whether you are on or off campus. Visit Pitt Printing for a complete list of Pitt Print Station locations.

Pitt Printing: My Print Center Frequently Asked Questions

 1.     What is My Print Center?

        My Print Center lets students manage their Pitt Printing, including these tasks:

Secure Remote Access: Connect to a Chromebook with the Pulse Secure Client

Overview

The Secure Remote Access Service (sremote.pitt.edu) provides students, faculty, and staff with the ability to connect to restricted University online resources when off-campus or while using Wireless PittNet or using Wireless-PittNet-Fast. The service encrypts traffic between a user's computer and the University's network. You can download and install the Pulse Secure client from The Chrome Webstore to use the Secure Remote Access service on a Chromebook.

Enabling and Disabling IPv6 on PCs

Overview

IPv6 is the next generation of Internet transport protocol. Most Internet traffic today uses IPv4. However, IPv6 Internet traffic is growing rapidly, and it will eventually supersede and replace IPv4. All key components of the University network infrastructure support both IPv4 and IPv6 traffic

These instructions explain how to enable and disable IPv6 on PCs running the latest versions of Windows, MacOS, and Red Hat Linux.

PittNet (Wired): How to Connect your Gaming Console or Smart TV to PittNet

 

Please note: Instructions for connecting to the Pitt Gaming network only apply to Pittsburgh and Bradford campus residence hall residents. Students in other regional campus residence halls will need to use the instructions at the bottom of this page under the Internet Connection Sharing heading.