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eMail changes 2015s2
Starting Session-2 2015, CSE email servers are being phased out and all new account will be created within the UNSW Central mail service.
An ongoing project is underway to migrate all existing CSE email accounts to the UNSW Central mail service.
Lab changes 2015s2As part of ongoing upgrades to CSE labs:
- 2016s1, Hardware upgrade of: K14 (OMB) Labs, & K17 Ground floor labs.
- 2015s2, J17 Mech'Eng. construction is now complete, and 6 new local CSE labs are available on Lvl-3.
- 2015s2, G17 Elec'Eng. labs (guan, sanhu, erhu, mabu), decommissioned.
- 2015s1, K17 Basement temporary labs (flute & fife), decommissioned.
- 2015s1, J17 Mech'Eng. temporary lab G01 (cello), decommissioned.
- 2015s1, K14 Old Main Building (OMB) labs Organ & Piano, back online for 2015.
- 2014s2, G19 Scientia temporary labs (viola & cello), decommissioned.
- 2014s1, J17 Mech'Eng. undercroft labs (leaf, spoons, moog, bell) & cafe labs (bugle, pipe), decommissioned.
Printing changes 2014s2Starting Session-2 2014, all printing at CSE is managed through the UNSW Central Managed Print Service (MPS).
- Undergraduate & postgraduate coursework students, see here for instructions.
- coursework students no longer receive a complimentary CSE print quota: - instead, print credit must be purchased from recharge.it.unsw.edu.au.
- Staff & postgraduate research students see here for details on printing to staff printers.
- although staff printing is non quota'd, usage is monitored.
- colour printing is also available in rm107, usage is strictly monitored.
Login changes 2014s1Starting Session-1 2014, log into CSE systems using your UNSW zID (eg. z3456789) and your zPass, managed through the UNSW Identity Manager; exactly as you would log into myUNSW.
- new students no longer need to initialise their CSE account before using it.
CSE Proxy changes 2014s1Starting Session-1 2014, the CSE Proxy is optional for direct HTTP & FTP (Internet) access over the CSE wired-network (Post-grad & research).
Frequently Requested Information (FRI)
- CSE Account
- Changing your zPass and affected systems.
- Your CSE Disk Quota.
- Request UNSW zID for Visitor, Form OSA 2.
- CSE Labs
- Locations and Opening hours.
- Running a Computer at CSE
- Microsoft Dreamspark Webstore - Microsoft software available for active CSE students.
- Microsoft Office ProPlus is available for free to UNSW students, or Office 365 University for AU$99 for 4-years (inc. 1 TB of online storage, plus 60 Skype minutes of calling per month).
- VMWare Academic Program - VMWare software available for active CSE students.
- Symantec AntiVirus is available for free to UNSW students (Windows & OS-X).
- CSE Standard Equipment for post-grads.
- CSE Finance Office (formerly FIPRAS) allocation of Old Equipment policy, and Assets and Loans form(s).
- Your personal computer will die at some point: have you backed up your data?
- Register your computer on the CSE wired network using the New Host Connection form.
- Remote access: CSE login servers and your CSE home directory.
- UNSW Australia is part of the eduroam wireless network.
- Using the University Managed Print Service or independent Print Centre.
- Recharge your print credit at recharge.it.unsw.edu.au.
- Other Resources at CSE.