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This article explains how to bypass the 0x0 sign-in error on Office for Mac.
This article shows you how to connect to network drives on Mac, such as the T Drive, S Drive, P Drive, etc.
This article shows you how to connect to network drives on Windows, such as the T Drive, S Drive, P Drive, etc.
This article contains instructions for how to change which applications your computer will use as the default to open files in Windows 11.
This is a tutorial on how to install Minitab Express for Windows and Mac. You can also use the SLU Virtual Desktop if you don't want to install Minitab Express on your personal computer.
This is a tutorial on how to install Minitab 20 for Windows and Minitab 19 for Mac. You can also run the virtual desktop environment if you would like to not install Minitab on your personal computer or if you have a Mac that cannot run macOS Mojave.
This article will describe how you can request a refund for a failed print job through the SLU Public Printing website.
This article explains how to install the mobility printing client on a windows computer. The client allows bring your own device printing to the mobility print queues.
This article explains how to set up and connect to St. Lawrence's virtual private network (VPN) on Windows 7,8, and 10.
Instructions for how to set up the Remote Desktop and Remote Apps on computers using the Remote Desktop App.
This article explains how to connect to the Eduroam wifi network.
This knowledge base article covers two common issues with SLU VPN and provides troubleshooting steps for how to resolve them.
How to view a shared inbox in web mail.
This article explains how to add email addresses and domains to your safe sender list in Outlook Web Mail. Managing safe senders via Outlook Web Mail (i.e., server side), as opposed to client side (Microsoft Outlook, Apple Mail or other applications downloaded and installed to manage email), is recommended.
This article explains how to login to your St. Lawrence email account on the web
This article provides instructions for how to find your MAC address on a device.
Instructions for how to disable DNS over HTTPS in Mozilla Firefox.
Mathematica is available for students to install on their personal computers. Their access will end when they graduate or leave the University. The current version of Mathematica will also be available to students in any of the public computer labs.
ChemDraw Prime 19.1 is available for free to all students and faculty through our Site License with PerkinElmer Informatics and Cambridge Software. In addition to your personal copy, it's installed on the Windows 10 classroom and lab computers and the virtual SLU Windows Desktop (desktop.stlawu.edu).
This article will guide you through the process to view your W2 in the Saints Portal.
Create custom photo and video scavenger hunts played through an app on smartphones, tablets, and other mobile devices.
This article explains how to manage which of your Sakai sites appear along the top of the Sakai interface as favorites and active sites.
This article explains how to fix the "Hold for Authentication" error that occurs on Macs.
This article explains the August 2021 wireless certificate renewal that will occur on SLU's campus.