VPN access was down for Windows clients only from about 5PM yesterday afternoon until about noon today. Mac and Linux clients were not affected.
Microsoft has recently released a software patch fixing a serious vulnerability in their Internet Explorer (IE) Web browser. The patch is available for installation via Windows Update. Most Wesleyan PCs are configured to automatically install this patch at 6PM this evening, but the process requires that machines be rebooted to activate the patch. PC users … Read more
We are seeing network problems in parts of campus related to a malfunctioning switch in CFA. We will be replacing the affected switch between 3:30 and 4:30PM today. During the cutover to the new switch, users in CFA, Usdan, and parts of High Street may notice a brief network interruption.
Update: As of 12:30 PM, the problems have been resolved. Peoplesoft and ePortfolio are now available. Previous message: Problems with a database server are currently preventing logins to PeopleSoft and ePortfolio. We are working to resolve the problem. This page will be updated as more information becomes available.
The Dragon file server has been moved to new hardware. We expect that this will greatly improve stability. If you are having any issues with Dragon, please e-mail email@example.com.
The Cyrus mail server is now operational. Users may notice a delay in mail delivery of up to 2 hours as all queued mail is delivered. Thank you
The Cyrus mail server is experiencing difficulties causing users to be unable to access their accounts. We are working to resolve the issue and will post an update as events progress. Thank you
We will be performing the following network maintenance on Sunday, Aug 3rd at 8:00am. 1) Install new Internet gateways to allow for future increases in our Internet connection speed. 2) Upgrade our wireless networking controllers. During the installation and upgrade connectivity to the Internet and the Air Wes network will be disrupted for no more … Read more
One of our domain controllers that processes logins to the Wesleyan network malfunctioned at 3:30 this afternoon. Any of our systems that rely on domain logins, including Exchange mail, Web mail, blogs, wikis, and Wesfiles, may have rejected some logins between 3:30 and 3:50 PM. The problem has been resolved.
Members of the Wesleyan community have reported that internet connections are slow. We are investigating the problem and will update this site as more information becomes available. Thank you