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   * AOS Network access - Accessing the AOS network ( wired and wireless )   * AOS Network access - Accessing the AOS network ( wired and wireless )
       * [[wireless|Accessing AOSWIFI]] - Information and instructions on how to access the AOS wireless network       * [[wireless|Accessing AOSWIFI]] - Information and instructions on how to access the AOS wireless network
-  * Storage Solutions - Access UCLA/AOS shared storage solutions +  * [[malware:start|Endpoint protection]] - AOS Security and Endpoint protection
-  * [[malware:start|Malware protection]] - AOS Security and Malware protection+
   * [[teaching_resources|Teaching Resources]]   * [[teaching_resources|Teaching Resources]]
       * Checking out Equipment - Borrowing IT devices and adapters       * Checking out Equipment - Borrowing IT devices and adapters
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       * [[https://www.it.ucla.edu/services/networks-connectivity/wireless|UCLA Wireless Networks]] - Instructions for accessing the various UCLA wireless networks around campus       * [[https://www.it.ucla.edu/services/networks-connectivity/wireless|UCLA Wireless Networks]] - Instructions for accessing the various UCLA wireless networks around campus
       * [[https://help.bol.ucla.edu/kb_view.do?sysparm_article=KB0010955|Connecting to Eduroam wireless network]] - Eduroam (education roaming) is the secure, world-wide roaming access service developed for the international research and education community.       * [[https://help.bol.ucla.edu/kb_view.do?sysparm_article=KB0010955|Connecting to Eduroam wireless network]] - Eduroam (education roaming) is the secure, world-wide roaming access service developed for the international research and education community.
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 ===== Guides and Tutorials ===== ===== Guides and Tutorials =====
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       * OpenConnect VPN Guide - Instructions for installing OpenConnect/Anyconnect VPN client       * OpenConnect VPN Guide - Instructions for installing OpenConnect/Anyconnect VPN client
       * Remote SSH access (gate) - Instructions for accessing the AOS SSH gateway       * Remote SSH access (gate) - Instructions for accessing the AOS SSH gateway
-  * SSH Tutorials - How to use SSH to forward services and connect to AOS systems+  * [[ssh_help:start|SSH Tutorials]] - How to use SSH to forward services and connect to AOS systems
       * VNC Tunneling (Remote Desktop) - Instructions for enabling an encrypted VNC connection.       * VNC Tunneling (Remote Desktop) - Instructions for enabling an encrypted VNC connection.
       * Port Forwarding - Instructions for enabling port forwarding between systems.       * Port Forwarding - Instructions for enabling port forwarding between systems.
-  * Email Guide - Configure AOS email (@atmos.ucla.edu) on your system+  * [[https://www.it.ucla.edu/em-0365|Email Guide]] - Configure AOS email (@atmos.ucla.edu) on your system
   * [[printing:start|Printing Guide]] - How to configure your system to print to AOS' shared printers   * [[printing:start|Printing Guide]] - How to configure your system to print to AOS' shared printers
       * Locations - Printer Locations       * Locations - Printer Locations
       * Software - Guide to install AOS print software.       * Software - Guide to install AOS print software.
       * Configure New Printers - Guides to installing AOS printers       * Configure New Printers - Guides to installing AOS printers
-  * AOS Website Instructions for setting up a personal / research group website+  * [[https://dept.atmos.ucla.edu/user|Departmental Sites]] powered by OpenScholar Login with your AOS ID to set up a personal / research group website 
 +      * Resources for OpenScholar 
 +          * [[https://help.theopenscholar.com/|Help Documentation]] 
 +          * [[https://help.theopenscholar.com/video-tutorials|Video Tutorials]] 
  
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 AOS IT is available to answer questions and provide assistance for AOS users experiencing all types of technical issues. The IT office is located within the AOS Computer Lab in MSA 7101. Technicians are available weekdays from 8:30am - 6:00pm. AOS IT is available to answer questions and provide assistance for AOS users experiencing all types of technical issues. The IT office is located within the AOS Computer Lab in MSA 7101. Technicians are available weekdays from 8:30am - 6:00pm.
  
-For prompt and thorough assistance please report problems to IT Support. Try to be as detailed as possible when describing your problem and include the name of the machine you are experiencing problems with, the time, and any error messages you may have received (screenshots can often be very helpful).+For prompt and thorough assistance please report problems to [[support@atmos.ucla.edu|IT Support]]. Try to be as detailed as possible when describing your problem and include the name of the machine you are experiencing problems with, the time, and any error messages you may have received (screenshots can often be very helpful).
  
 For urgent assistance please contact the help desk at x52418 or visit MSA 7101. For urgent assistance please contact the help desk at x52418 or visit MSA 7101.
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   * [[cody@atmos.ucla.edu|Cody Ashe-McNalley]]   * [[cody@atmos.ucla.edu|Cody Ashe-McNalley]]
-  * [[kleung@atmos.ucla.edu|Kara Leung]] +  * [[henryz@atmos.ucla.edu|Henry Zapata]]
  
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