Tag Archives: print

Releasing a print job

Go to a Canon printer/copier. Swipe your DePauw ID card by the card reader. Press Login & Release Print Jobs. The first time you use your ID card, you will receive the message “Unknown user”, which means you need to activate (or sync) your card. Press the name of the document you want to print […]

Printing from Windows: Installing network printers

Delete any network printers you may have previously installed. Download network drives if you have not already done this. Download the ConnectToPrintServer file. When prompted, enter your DePauw account username and password, and then click OK. Double-click connectToPrintServer, and then press Run. Select the printer(s) you wish to install from the list, right-click on the […]

Printing

Printing Services Printing Services provides specialized production services for a wide variety of print-related media. Browse to Printing Services to learn more. Canon printer/copiers Printing for the first time The first time you print to an on-campus network printer, you must set up your computer by downloading the appropriate print drivers and syncing your ID […]

Syncing (or activating) ID OneCard with Canon Printer/Copiers

The first time you use a new DePauw ID card with a Canon printer/copier, you will receive an Unknown User message at which time you will need to activate or sync the card. You will also need to sync (or activate) any new cards you may be issued. IT KnowledgeBase Video Library Syncing (or activating) […]

Passwords

Password requirements DePauw passwords must meet the following requirements: Minimum length of 8 characters. Must not contain your name or username. Must contain at least 3 of the following 4 types of characters: Lowercase letter (abcd…). Uppercase letter  (ABCD…). Number (1234…). Special character (!@#$…). Additional information for creating secure passwords Google Secure your passwords. Gmail […]

Tips & Tricks

• Tech-notices are automatically sent to all faculty, staff and students at DePauw as a way of keeping the campus community informed of important information from the IT department. This important information is vital to your academic planning since maintenance outages, upgrades, new technologies, virus alerts and more are shared through this email notification. • To ensure […]