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IT Service Alerts

Scheduled Service Change
Maintenance: PeopleSoft Production migration

03/01/15, 06:00 AM

Status: Open
Expected duration: Until 03/01/2015 at 12:00 PM

Description:

Faculty Center, Contributor Relations, Student Admissions, Financial Aid, Student Records, Student Financials, and Student Employment (PSES) will be unavailable on Sunday March 1, 2015, from 6:00am to 12:00pm, for migration of online and batch objects ...

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Scheduled Service Change
Maintenance: KFS maintenance

03/01/15, 07:00 AM

Status: Open
Expected duration: Until 03/01/2015 at 9:00 AM

Description:

On Sunday March 1, 2015, between 07:00am and 9:00am, KFS, Cynergy, Cynergy-Applications, eShops, and Travel will be unavailable while patches are applied.

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Scheduled Service Change
Modification: Video On Demand Terms & Conditions statement

03/01/15, 06:00 AM

Status: Open
Expected duration: Until 03/01/2015 at 11:59 AM

Description:

On Sunday March 1, 2015, between 6:00am and 12:00pm, a Terms & Condition statement will be added to the upload process for Video On Demand. After this change is implemented, the terms & conditions (currently found on the product web site) will be prese...

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Scheduled Service Change
Maintenance: EZ-Backup maintenance

03/01/15, 06:00 AM

Status: Open
Expected duration: Until 03/01/2015 at 12:01 PM

Description:

On Sunday March 1, 2015, between 6:00am and 12:00pm, CIT will perform maintenance on EZ-Backup. All or part of the EZ-Backup service will be down. Systems running a Backup, Restore, Archive, Retrieve, or other EZ-Backup related process during this time...

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Scheduled Service Change
Modification: Upgrade Enterprise Manager

02/28/15, 08:00 AM

Status: Open
Expected duration: Until 02/28/2015 at 2:00 PM

Description:

On Saturday February 28, 2015, between 8:00am and 2:00pm, CIT will upgrade Enterprise Manager.

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Security Alert: Critical Vulnerability in Samba - Update Samba Now

02/23/15

Status: Open

Description:

A critical vulnerability in the Samba, a popular Windows interoperability suite of programs found on Linux and Unix systems, has been reported. This flaw can allow attackers to compromise a system running a Samba server, giving the attacker root-level privileges on the affected system.

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