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Server Permissions
Standard server permissions are designated to each employee at the Law School based on their position. To request access to files or folders outside of a position’s purview you must obtain approval from the Business Officer and the Dean. To apply for this approval please use the Server Permissions Request Form.

Listserv Access
Standard listserv access is designated to each employee at the Law School based on their position. To request subscription to a listserv outside of a position’s purview or ability to send messages to restricted listservs you must obtain approval from the appropriate administrator. To apply for this approval please use the Listserv Access Request Form.

Equipment Policies

Employee Computer Upgrade Schedule
Employee computers will be replaced on a four-year cycle. Once an employee receives a new computer, their previous computer will be repurposed within the college for other uses such as classroom technology or library and legal clinic computer access.

Phased Retirees
Faculty or staff members on phased retirement will not be included in the regular computer refresh schedule. Phased retirees will retain their current computer, barring unresolvable technical issues, until they fully retire. Full technical support will still be available, and, in the event of computer failure, a functional replacement will be provided.

One Computer Per Employee
All Faculty and Staff are entitled to one College-funded computer. As replaced in accord with the College upgrade schedule, older machines will be repurposed within the College. Anyone wishing to retain his or her replaced equipment must seek permission from the Dean.

Desktops vs Laptops
All staff will receive desktop computers unless their individual job functions require the portability of a laptop.

Macs vs PCs
Faculty members may opt for Macintosh computers over the standard Dell setup. Faculty who choose Macs will be supplied with the current iMac or equivalent desktop version the budget allows at comparable cost. A laptop or different desktop may be selected, however the faculty member will cover the difference between the money allocated and the final cost from their development funds. The same holds true for Apple accessories (i.e. docking station, external mouse, keyboard, etc.): If new accessories are necessary, the difference between the cost for Dell and Mac accessories will come out of faculty development funds.

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