Ben Hill Griffin 252
Monday - Friday 7:30 am 5:00 pm
Phone: (239) 590-1188
Yes there is. You can go to the User Knowledgebase to search an ever growing library of documentation for users to troubleshoot common computer problems and complete simple tasks on their own. This library is a SharePoint library that is updated by Business Technology Services. To learn how to optimize the use of this library read here.
The "Password Reset Portal" is a portal that will allow you to unlock your own account, or change your password, through a simple user-defined challenge. Click here for more information.
To set up voicemail on your desktop phone please visit our Knowledge Base.
Conference calling is available for desktop phones, for detailed information, please visit this link for the Knowledge Base article:
Harassing, threatening, or abusive telephone calls should be reported to the University Police Department (UPD). A formal complaint must be filed with UPD before the Department of Telecommunications can become involved.
Once a complaint is filed, UPD will notify the Department of Telecommunications of the situation. Specific action will be coordinated with UPD and the recipient of the calls. All caller identification information will be supplied directly to UPD for appropriate action.
All telephone, modular messaging and/or line problems should be reported to the Department of Telecommunications. Problems can be reported via:
The problem will be logged and dispatched for analysis and resolution. All attempts will be made to resolve the trouble at the time it is reported. However, correction time for resolution is based on the severity of the trouble.
When the problem has been resolved, you will be contacted to confirm that the problem was resolved satisfactorily.
Yes, we have a few offers that we can provide for Faculty/Staff. For information on this click here. http://www.fgcu.edu/BTS/discounts.html
We currently use Microsoft Security Essentials on campus and recommend the Free Home version that is available online for download for PC’s. For Macs on campus we currently use Sophos Antivirus and recommend the Free Home version that is available online for download as well. If you have any questions please feel free to contact us.
We have a campus departmental folder for each department allowing all members of the department full access. This folder is meant to allow departments to share or save files that are of importance. These folders are backed up routinely to insure no loss of data. Also, each faculty member has been given a personal share folder that is automatically mapped when they log in to the computer they are using. This allows a faculty member to save data while at their desktop PC, then access it from a classroom podium PC without transporting the data. This folder shows up as the W: drive. These folders are accessible and visible only to the assigned faculty member. This folder is intended to be used for the faculty member’s course work, projects, or information that is not departmental in nature. For more information on the netowrk shares, please click here.
You have two options for faxing at FGCU:
Online faxing is secure, easy to use, and does not require paper, toner cartridges, or maintenance. A description of how online faxing works can be found here. For more information on online faxing, or to schedule a demonstration, contact the Department of Telecommunications (firstname.lastname@example.org, 239-590-1001).
The prefix for all CRN lists is “crn” followed by the course number, then the four digit year and finally a 01 for Spring semester, 05 for Summer semester, and 08 for Fall semester. Then add @eagle.fgcu.edu. Here are some examples:
CRN lists are not kept for more than 3 semesters. If a professor wishes to contact a previous class, the most reliable way to do so is through Gulfline.
We provide a copy of Microsoft Office for PCs and for Macs to FGCU Faculty and Staff at no expense to you for your home use. Please visit http://office.fgcu.edu/ for more information.
Yes, BTS offers different training classes throughout the year; you may view and sign up for them here http://www.fgcu.edu/BTS/trainingclasses.html
If the training you want is NOT listed under "Please Select a Class", this means the class is full. Please email BTSTraining@fgcu.edu to be added to the waiting list. We will offer more sessions based on demand.
The form can be located here
The University has approved set configurations for departmental purchases. Any department may purchase these computers by contacting Purchasing. The configurations are based on current standards and simplicity of supporting our FGCU community.
You can connect to your email through our webmail client which can be accessed by navigating to webmail.fgcu.edu. You can also configure your own personal computer to connect using Outlook anywhere. Or you can remotely connect to your desktop on campus through the MY VPN connection site located at https://myvpn.fgcu.edu. For more information please visit "Connecting Remotley"
To increase password strength and help prevent unauthorized access to University computer systems, passwords must:
For more detailed information about passwords, click here.
You can change your password by following the instructions in this Knowledge Base article: Change Password