Struggling with a technical issue? Simply type http://help/ into a browser using any PC on campus and you'll be able to raise a helpdesk call, even if you're not logged into the network. Click to find out more.
All student-facing computers at the University are protected by DeepFreeze which reverts the machine back to a default state at every restart. If you save your work to the computer, you'll lose it if/when the machine restarts. So make sure you save your work to an external device (USB drive, DVD etc.), email it to yourself or save it to your network N: drive.
The Computing and Media Services team can loan a range of AV equipment (e.g. projectors, video cameras, laptops etc.) to students, and offer access to recording facilities for lectures, seminars, observations etc.
Media staff can also arrange support for the use of recording facilities for students working on projects. We'll need five days' notice, so be sure to get in early with any requests.
When you join the University, you'll be allocated a student number and password. These will form your network login and authentication to access resources on the network, email, Learning Space, WiFi and computers. We advise all students to set up a profile on the Password Reset Manager system so they can change their password to something a little more memorable.
As a student with us, you'll have your own private storage folder on our network, which allows you to store up to 500Mb of data. Look for the letter 'N': followed by your unique student number.
Eduroam is a wireless roaming service for higher education users. It is available in the public areas including the Library and the Dining Hall.
If you are visiting other institutions, you do not need a guest logon while you visit. You can instead connect to their Eduroam wireless network and use your Marjon logon details to logon.
Your account (username and password) is dealt with by eduroam and authenticated with your Marjon network logon details.
For your username, the @net. part of the username is required to identify your account.
Did you know with the A4 and A3 multi function colour devices you can - Print in colour/mono, scan to email (free), scan to your home drive (free), photocopy in colour/mono. We do not allow the connection of personal printers to the network because of data protection concerns, you will need to connect via a wired connection locally to your computer.
Marjon uses PaperCut's mobility print system for connecting own devices to the MFD's
Log on to any MFD with your library card
Pay for print credits online at http://www.marjon.ac.uk/students/pay/
Print and collect from any printer you visit
Print double sided to save paper
Scan to your network home folder
Scan to an email, to yourself or a contact
Log on to Papercut
Check your Print Credits
To setup your device click the following link
and follow the onscreen instructions
and follow the onscreen instructions.
NOTE: OSX will print in Colour by default. To print in mono please read below
In the office application select Print
If no printout please ensure your device is connected correctly to MarjonWifi or Marjon-Secure