Printing on Windows – Attaching to a network printer in Psychological Sciences

Adding a Printer on Windows

STEPS on Windows 7:

  • Add the LPR Feature for Printing:

(1A) You will need to be logged in as an Administrator:

(1B) From the “Start” button -> Choose Control Panel -> Programs and Features and on the lefthand side, click “turn Windows features on or off

(1C) Under “Print and Document Services” see if the  “LPD Printer Service” is checked. If it is not, click the check box and hit OK.

  • From the “Start” button -> Choose Control Panel -> Devices and Printers -> Choose “Add a printer” located in the top column

  • From the wizard that opens choose “Local Printer“. Then choose “create a port“.

  • Choose LPR port from the pulldown menu.
  • On the following page, fill in these fields : server= “psyprint.psy.uconn.edu“, printer= “printer190c” This should build the printer.
  • Then install the printer driver. Manufacturer= HP, Printer= “HP Laserjet Enterprise 600 m601 m602 m603
  • Also turn Duplex= on, and Tray 3= 500 page sheet option.
  • Print a test page to ensure it works.

STEPS on Windows 10:

  1. From the “Start” button -> Choose Control Panel -> Programs and Features
    There is a need to turn Features on or off. An admin account is required.
  2. Under “Print and Document Services” choose “LPD Printer Service” and hit OK.
  3. From the “Start” button -> Choose Control Panel -> Devices and Printers -> Choose “Add a printer”
  4. From the wizard that opens choose “Local Printer”. Then choose “create a port”.
  5. Choose LPR port from the pulldown menu.
  6. On the following page, fill in these fields : server=”psyprint.psy.uconn.edu”, printer=”printer190c”
  7. This should build the printer.
  8. Then install the printer driver. Manufacturer=HP, Printer = “HP Laserjet Enterprise 600 m601 m602 m603”
  9. Also turn duplex=on, and tray 3=500 page sheet option.
  10. Print a test page to ensure it works.

Bousfield Room 161 Projector Use FAQ’s

Q: How do I turn on the projector?

A: Upon entering the classroom, there is a touch screen display remote where you can access the projector’s base controls and display sources along the wall of the blackboard.


Q: How do I connect my laptop?

A: There are two connection types available to use: HDMI and VGA. If your laptop supports a DVI connection there is a VGA to DVI adapter. It is recommended to use HDMI as this will yield the best picture quality. Make sure that the right source is selected on the touch screen display remote.

Q: Sound isn’t outputting on the speakers, what do I do?

A: If you are connecting your laptop via VGA/DVI make sure that the audio cable is also plugged into the headphone jack. Then make sure that the volume on the laptop is up and that the volume on the touch screen display remote is up. If this doesn’t solve the problem follow these steps:

(1) Minimize all applications

(2) Reconnect aux cord, a system message will pop up

(3) Select “Headphones”

(4) Test sound (Be wary of volume)

After adjusting this, it is recommended to use the touch screen display remote when controlling sound output in order to keep devices synced. You can change the volume using the touch screen display by pressing and holding the designated arrow.

Q: Can I borrow a Mac adapter to connect to my laptop?

A: The main computer, wireless keyboard and mouse found at the podium should satisfy most of the functions of a personal computer. You can display the main computer by switching to PC as the selected display. If you can’t transfer information, feel free to ask the Administrative Staff in the Front Office for their equipment sign out sheet.

Q: Why won’t my laptop connect to the wifi?

A: The University of Connecticut offers two wireless connection sources: UCONN-GUEST and UCONN-SECURE. If you are connected to guest, make sure that you accept the popup window that comes up when you try to connect or you won’t be able to use the web. For UCONN-SECURE make sure that you are signing in with your netID and password. 

Feel free to use the BLUE wired connection if your WiFi problems persist.

Bousfield Seminar 162 Projector Uses

Support and Service

Q: How can I raise/descend the projection screen in the classroom?

A: The podium at the front of the classroom is where you will find the bulk of your resources. Along the wall next to the podium you’ll notice buttons resembling a light switch which acts as a remote for the projection screen.

 

Q: How do I turn on the projector?

A: At the podium you’ll notice an electronic switcher for the different input connections which is also used to power on/off the projector. To turn it on simply press the button labeled PROJ ON. Be sure to turn it off when you’re all done using it by pressing PROJ OFF and logging out of the main computer. You’ll know that it’s been activated when the button lights up after being pressed.

 

Q: Why is the page I have displayed on my laptop not being displayed on the projector?

A: This is probably because the external display has not yet been activated. The projector is capable of most connections including HDMI and VGA but in order to activate the external display you need to press the corresponding button on the podium. If using the main computer for your presentation then just hit the button labeled PC.

 

Q: I plugged in the auxiliary cord connected to the VGA but why isn’t the sound playing on the overhead speakers?

A:   (1) Minimize all applications

       (2) Reconnect aux cord, a system message will pop up

       (3) Select “Headphones”

       (4) Test sound (Be wary of volume)

 

Q: The volume knob is all the way up but the sound is still too low, can it go any louder?

A: Try increasing the volume on your connected device or on the PC by clicking the speaker icon found in the bottom right corner.

 

Q: Can I borrow a Mac adapter to connect to my laptop?

A: The main computer, wireless keyboard and mouse found at the podium should satisfy most of the functions of a personal computer. You can display the main computer by switching to PC as the selected display. If you can’t transfer information, feel free to ask the Administrative Staff in the Front Office for their equipment sign out sheet.

 

Q: I would like to step away from the podium during my presentation, but I don’t like going back and forth to the front of the classroom to change slides.

A: As an alternative, you can connect your personal computer to the display wires found at the center of the roundtable. To activate this external display source select the button labeled FLOOR BOX at the podium.

 

Q: After I plugged in my laptop, the wireless mouse and keyboard are no longer responding.

A: Once an external display source is activated, the connected device now becomes the main source for that display. The wireless mouse and keyboard are connected to the main computer and can be used for the PC display. To use multiple displays make sure they are all fully connected and you will be able to change inputs through the buttons on the podium.

Instructions for Installing PsychoPy

PsychoPy is an experiment development program and Python library. It is free and open source software with a community contributing to its development and maintenance. The experiments are written in Python, which is a popular general-purpose programming language with a great deal of information to support users with any issues. These properties make it a strong alternative to proprietary programs.

To install PsychoPy, you should first decide whether you want to install the standalone builder or the Python library.

The standalone builder is available for Windows and MacOSX. It allows you to build the experiments without installing any additional dependencies. It is based around a graphical user interface (GUI) that allows you to drag-and-drop elements of your experiment without needing to code everything yourself, though it also has a code editor for fine-tuning. It is the recommended option if you do not already have a Python development environment set up on your computer and do not have immediate plans to set one up.

The Python library is available for all operating systems. It is a lighter-weight alternative which is recommended if you already have Python installed on your computer, or want to get one set up now. The library does include a GUI builder (though it takes a couple extra steps to make the GUI readily accessible), but also allows you to build or edit your experiments in the text editor of your choice.

Standalone builder: Windows & MacOSX

Go to the PsychoPy installation page and download and run the installer for your operating system.

Python library

There are a few options for installing the Python library. If you are using Linux, your distribution might have a package ready for you to install. Otherwise, jump to Other systems.

Debian-based systems (e.g., Debian, Ubuntu, Linux Mint)

Add the NeuroDebian repository by following the instructions for your system on the NeuroDebian website. Remember to run sudo apt-get update after you have added the repository.

Then, install PsychoPy by running:

sudo apt install psychopy

Arch-based systems (e.g., Arch Linux, Manjaro)

Install PsychoPy from the Arch User Repository by running

yaourt psychopy

This will install PsychoPy to /usr/bin/psychopyApp.py. It should include a desktop file, meaning that you should be able to find it in your dmenu. But, you will not be able to run the builder from your terminal by typing psychopy. If you wish to do so, you should add an alias to your rcfile (e.g., ~/.bashrc or ~/.zshrc):

alias psychopy="/usr/bin/psychopyApp.py -b"

(the -b flag means "run the builder").

Other systems

You will need Python 2.7 on your computer in order to install the Python library. The easiest way to install and manage Python and all of the dependencies for PsychoPy is to use Anaconda Python. Even if you already have Python on your computer, you will likely want to install Anaconda Python, because not all of PsychoPy’s dependencies are available on PyPI.

Installing Anaconda Python

To install Anaconda Python, go to the Anaconda downloads page and download and run the installer for your system. You can choose either Python 2.7 (recommended if you do not plan on using Python outside of PsychoPy) or Python 3.x (recommended if you do plan on using Python for other purposes); you will be able to run a Python 2.7 environment either way.

Installing the PsychoPy library

Once you have Anaconda Python installed on your computer, you will need to create an environment for PsychoPy.

Open a command prompt (Windows) or a terminal (Mac/Linux) and enter the following:

conda create -n psychopy --channel https://conda.anaconda.org/CogSci psychopy pyglet wxpython pygame python=2.7

which means:

  • conda create: use (Ana)conda to create a Python environment
  • -n psychopy: named "psychopy"
  • --channel https://conda.anaconda.org/CogSci: in addition to the normal package sources, look in the "CogSci" channel for the packages I need
  • psychopy pyglet wxpython pygame: install these packages and any other packages that they depend on
  • python=2.7: use Python 2.7 in this environment

Starting PsychoPy

To start the PsychoPy builder, enter the following in your terminal/command prompt:

Mac/Linux
source activate psychopy
~/.conda/envs/psychopy-instructions/lib/python2.7/site-packages/psychopy/app/psychopyApp.py -b

Then, when you are done, enter:

source deactivate

to leave the PsychoPy environment.

Windows
activate psychopy
C:\Users\[YOURNAME]\Anaconda3\envs\psychopy\Lib\site-packages\psychopy\app\psychopyApp.py -b

and when you are done, leave the environment by entering:

deactivate

Running a PsychoPy script

If you have a PsychoPy experiment script that you would like to run, you do not need to open the builder to do so. You can run it from the command line.

First, open a command prompt or terminal.

"Change directories" (cd) into the folder containing the script file by entering cd <folder-path>. For example, cd C:\Users\YOURNAME\Documents\Experiments or cd /home/Users/YOURNAME/Documents/Experiments. (Hint: you can type the first few letters of each part and then hit the tab key to complete it).

Then start up your PsychoPy environment by entering activate psychopy (Windows) or source activate psychopy (Mac and Linux).

Then you can run the script by entering python experiment.py (replace experiment.py) with the actual file name.

When you’re done working on it, enter deactivate (Windows) or source deactivate (Mac or Linux) to leave the PsychoPy environment.

Troubleshooting

  • When you try to run the builder, if you installed the Python library, you might get errors that some packages are not installed. You can install these by entering conda install packagename or pip install packagename.

  • If the builder (with any installation) consistently crashes when you start it, there may be a problem with the configuration files. You can try editing them in a text editor, or you can delete them completely—they will be regenerated the next time you start the program, hopefully not containing any issues that would cause PsychoPy to crash. (See PsychoPy’s troubleshooting page for more information.) On Mac and Linux, those files can be found:

~/.psychopy2/appData.cfg
~/.psychopy2/userPrefs.cfg

And on Windows:

${DOCS AND SETTINGS}\{USER}\Application Data\psychopy2\appData.cfg
${DOCS AND SETTINGS}\{USER}\Application Data\psychopy2\userPrefs.cfg

LAN School

LAN SCHOOL TUTORIALS

  
Introduction to Lan School (Pella Schools)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yvFHrugeVwI
  
Navigating the Teacher Console (Lenovo)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BIa3SJ1kkCI
  
Show Teacher’s Screen (Lenovo)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t-U-ztKswwE&feature=youtu.be
  
Teacher Demonstration (C. Tondreau)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5dBFCFvRQEk
  
Remote Control (Lenovo)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BUEirEz3nGI
  
Show a Student Screen (Lenovo)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JPCeoFPAtXY&list=PLadwjZCyTsTWY_PW-gSZzABcIyik6YrIi&index=8
  
Messaging (Lenovo)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jg_nqwz-liA&index=12&list=PLadwjZCyTsTWY_PW-gSZzABcIyik6YrIi

Psych IT – Support Policy

Department of Psychological Sciences — Hardware and Software Support Policy

Updated May 3, 2019

Click here for UConn Psychology Home Page

Introduction

The Department of Psychological Sciences Computer Committee decided on the following policy regarding Departmental hardware and software support. The policy was presented to, and approved by the Department Head and Division Heads on Feb. 7th, 2000.

The list of support is updated by the Computer Committee each semester. The following list of support was approved May 3, 2019.

If you would like to comment on this policy or make suggestions please contact the head of the committee, Etan Markus, or one of the members: Janet Barnes-Farrell, Nairan Ramirez-Esparza, Matthew Butwill, Eddie Rivera, James Magnuson, Charles Davis (student representative)..

The Department of Psychological Sciences currently has two computer support staff (Psych. Staff). It should be noted that service priority is given to computer problems that affect large numbers of users (e.g. servers, teaching, network printers, shared machines), thus the actual time interval until support is given may vary with the nature of the problem.

New Purchases

1. Please check with PsychIT BEFORE purchasing any software or hardware not listed in this policy. Do not set up a new server without first consulting PsychIT.

 

2a. New Computers: Windows – In general, these will be current Dell business-class computers purchased through the university and state contract . Our current recommendations:

Workstation: Dell Optiplex 7060 MT ( i7, 16 GB RAM, 512 GB – 1 TB solid state primary drive, 2 TB secondary drive for backups, and 5 year warranty).

Laptop: Dell XPS13 MLK (i7, 16 GB RAM, 512 GB solid state drive, and 4+ year warranty).

These PC’s will meet the security standards set by the University and function well for standard business tasks for at least the 5-year warranty period. When a non-standard computer is required for research purposes, we can assist in identifying various options and in preparation of the required exemption request form.

Purchasing laptops with non-removable drives (e.g. Microsoft Surface, etc) present serious data loss potential because drives cannot be removed for external data recovery. They are also not upgradeable, so important to be honest about how much space is required for the life of the laptop. Do consider how your important data will be backed up (local hard drive and/or cloud… Dropbox, etc.)

2b. New Computers: Mac – In general, these will be current Apple business-class computers purchased through the university and state contract. Our current recommendations:

Workstation: iMac 21.5″ (i7, 16 GB RAM, 512 GB – 1 TB solid state drive, and 3 year warranty).

Power Laptop: MacBook Pro 13″ without touch bar (i7, 16 GB RAM, 512 GB solid state drive, and 3 year warranty).

Laptops with non-removeable drives (e.g. late 2016 Apple MacBook Pro with touch bar, etc) present  serious data loss potential because drives cannot be removed for external data recovery. They are also not upgradeable, so important to be honest about how much space is required for the life of the laptop.

Do consider how your important data will be backed up (local hard drive and/or cloud… Dropbox, etc.)

 

3. All office computers for Department faculty and staff will be encrypted and configured with the same software in current use for university contract PC/MAC. Unless there is a valid exception, PCs and Macs will be added to the University Active Directory. Authentication in this case will be with NETID and password.

Current Computers

4. Current computers: Any current computer must be at least Microsoft Windows 10 or Apple OS X 10.12 (1b) compatible.  The department will try to assist the migration to compliant machines as support for older machines is phased out.

5. Web sites used to collect information from individuals fall under the auspices of the Human Subjects guidelines (see IRB http://research.uconn.edu/irb) and their use with the participant pool requires review by the Department of Psychology’s Ethics Committee (Steven Mellor). Additional information is available on the Participant Pool website

6. It is the responsibility of the user to post only legal material on the web (e.g., copyright laws, libel, etc.) and all websites must comply with current minimum standards for University websites.

7. Files previously stored on discontinued Psychology servers will be deleted after 3 years (graduate students) or after 5 years (faculty).

8.   Servers (Microsoft, Mac, and any Linux/Unix computer) must be updated with the latest patches on at least a monthly schedule. This is a University requirement and critical for the security of department and university networks. Faculty who install and/or maintain Microsoft servers need to comply with many policies, not the least of which can be found at the following URL: Server Hardening Standards.

9. Only office computers and departmental printers are covered by the department. Supplies and parts for research computers and non-departmental printers are the responsibility of the faculty.

10. For color printing, please send the file to the Psychology General mailbox (psychology@uconn.edu) with the subject line “color print job”. It will be printed and placed in your mailbox.

In general if you have a computer problem…

1. Call the Computer Center Help Desk at 6-HELP (6-4357).

They provide excellent support for e-mail, networking, graphics and many software applications.

If they cannot assist you

2. Fill out a web-based Work Order Request at Psych WO This work order form is only to be used to request help with IT associated problems within the Department of Psychological Sciences. It is currently limited such that any requests must originate from within the university or via https://sslvpn.uconn.edu. A work-order number will be given on completing the form that should be used in any correspondence concerning the request. You will get an acknowledgment via comments entered on the online Work Request. There is a section on the login page where users can retrieve “forgotten” passwords. Passwords for this site are not emailed at the time access is granted. You should use the “forgot password” option to have the system email you the correct password. If the forgot password option indicated that you are not in the system, please email Psych IT.

If you are not at the university, use the vpn or e-mail option…

3. E-Mail Psych IT.

You will get an acknowledgment via comments entered on the on-line Work Request and also via email
when completed.

If this is an emergency…

4. Call Eddie at (860-377-8403), or if he is not available, call Matthew Butwill (6-5346 / 860-377-9018).
Email to Matthew is also an option should neither be available via telephone, but please copy Eddie.

5. If you are unsatisfied with the response or response time please contact Etan Markus

Resources

For help with the Psychological Sciences Department network (and other issues) please visit http://psychologyit.uconn.edu.

Hardware Support

Item Primary Support Psych IT Support
Dell Workstation & Laptop [1] Manufacturer Dell PC basic only
Apple Workstation & laptop [1] Manufacturer, Apple MAC basic only
Other Workstations & Laptops Manufacturer, Psychology Staff – for network configuration
No support from UConn – Exemption Required
emergency only
Wireless networks / components DO NOT PURCHASE or INSTALL Access Points! none
Linux Vendor
No support from UConn
limited help

Operating Systems

Item Primary Support Psych IT Support
MS Windows 10.x Help Desk full support for a compatible PC.
MS Windows 7 – 8.1 [1] Help Desk Windows 7 end-of-lift January 2020. Upgrade to Windows 10 highly recommended
MS Windows XP, Work Station REQUIRE upgrade to Windows 10. No support.
Apple Mac OS X [2] Help Desk.
Minimum OS X 10.13.x
full support; upgrade to OS X 10.14.x recommended

Word Processing

Item Primary Support Psych IT Support
MS Office 2016 for Windows Help Desk full support
MS Office 2016 for Mac  [2] Help Desk full support
MS Office 2010 & 2013 for Windows Help Desk no support, suggest upgrade to Office 2016
MS Office 2011 for Mac Help Desk no support
Refworks (cloud-based bibliographic software) Help Desk, site support as needed and able

Data Analysis

Item Primary Support Psych IT Support
SPSS 26 and AMOS 26 for Windows Help Desk, Manufacturer site installation only
SPSS 26 for Mac (Intel processor Macs only) Help Desk, Manufacturer site installation only
SAS 9.4.x (32 bit) and SAS 9.4.x (64 bit) Help Desk, Manufacturer site installation only
R (GNU) for Windows or Mac Help Desk, Manufacturer site installation only
Matlab for Windows or Mac (v.2019a) Help Desk, Manufacturer site installation only
Stata SE 15 for Windows or Mac Help Desk, Manufacturer site installation only

Email

Item Primary Support Psych IT Support
Office365
(Web Access) [3]
Help Desk (for faculty and staff) and http://office365.uconn.edu No support, web-based
http://google.uconn.edu Help Desk (for students) http://google.uconn.edu No support, web-based
MS Outlook (full version) Help Desk installation and emergency only
MS Outlook for Mac
(requires OS X 10.11.x or above)
Help Desk installation and emergency only
Apple Mail Help Desk v 8.x or later installation and emergency only

Web Browsers

Item Primary Support Psych IT Support
Firefox 66.x and newer Help Desk (free) installation only
Epic 53.x or newer (Mozilla replacement) Help Desk (free) installation only
Edge (Windows 10) Help Desk installation only
Internet Explorer 11.x (Win 7/8.1) Help Desk no support
Safari 12.x for OS X 10.12 – 10.14 Help Desk. PC version not recommended. installation only

File and Data Transfer

Item Primary Support Psych IT Support
PuTTY (SSH and telnet client for Windows) Help Desk. site installation only

Antivirus

Item Primary Support Psych IT Support
Windows Defender Help Desk (free) University owned computers ONLY installation and emergency
ESET Mac Help Desk (free) University owned computers ONLY installation and emergency
Other Antivirus Software Contact Vendor No support – upgrade to System Center

Other Software

Item Primary Support Psych Staff Support
Adobe Photoshop Help Desk. site installation only AFTER PURCHASE
DreamWeaver Help Desk. site installation only AFTER PURCHASE
Adobe Acrobat Pro Help Desk. site installation only AFTER PURCHASE
Qualtrics [4] Manufacturer   Department brand (free) web-based survey software

Footnotes

[1] a.) Windows: Current machine must be minimally Windows 10 compatible, with at least an Intel  i5, i7 processor or AMD processor released since 2010, with Trusted Platform Module [TPM – Windows] for encryption, a DirectX 11.0-capable Graphics Processor, at least 120 GB solid state hard drive (SSD) and a minimum 8 GB of RAM (required for 64-bit) with 16 GB RAM recommended. Older PC’s not meeting/exceeding specifications above cannot adequately run current software. Newer PC’s may not be able to run prior versions of Windows if device hardware is incompatible, lacking current drivers, or otherwise outside of the Original Equipment Manufacturers (“OEM”) support period.

[1] b.) Apple: Current machine must be OS X 10.11-10.14 compatible, with at least 250 GB hard drive and a minimum of 8 GB or RAM (required for 64-bit) with 16 GB RAM recommended.  Old Apple computers not meeting/exceeding specifications above may not adequately run current software. Newer Apple computers may not be able to run prior versions of Mac OS if device hardware is incompatible, they lack current drivers, or are otherwise outside of the Original Equipment Manufacturers (“OEM”) support period.

Office computers will be configured by default to provide whole-disk encryption with automatic updates enabled. All laptops (Macs included) will be configured by default to provide whole-disk encryption with automatic updates enabled. Those running Windows and Mac OS X 10.12 or higher will be bound to the UConn Active Directory allowing authentication with NETID/password.

[2] Only Mac OS X 10.11 or higher  will run Office 2016.

[3] Email: See http://office365.uconn.edu for faculty and staff (to login, use EMAIL ADDRESS and NetID password). Configuration information is available at http://office365.uconn.edu/configuring-mail-clients. Email for students is available at http://google.uconn.edu.

[4] The Psychological Sciences Department manages departmental use of a University-wide license for this web-based survey software. Those needing a department Qualtrics account should request one via the department work request website. Note that a new off-network Qualtrics app became available for use by faculty, staff, and students at UConn this year.

 

Printing on Mac OS X – Adding a Networked Printer at Psychological Sciences


Attaching a Network printer to OS/X(LPD)

The following quide will assist you in installing a netwok printer on your OS/X system. Latest drivers for HP printers (v.5.0) are available at the following location: https://support.apple.com/kb/DL1888?locale=en_US Note: this download is 575 MB. This should be downloaded if the printer model that you wish to install IS NOT AVAILABLE on the printer list in Step 4B (below).


Step 1.

Browse to System  Preferences from the “Apple” menu on the upper left corner of screen as shown.

Macptr1
Figure 1.

Step 2.

From the full system preferences window (shown below), select “Printers & Scanners“.

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Figure 2.

 

Step 3.

Whether Mac OS 10.8.x to 10.12.x is on your computer, make sure that  “Printing” is selected and click the small “+” on lower left corner of window
macosx-printers-scanners1

Step 4.

(4A) Again,whether Mac OS 10.8.x to 10.12.x is on your computer, the following screen will appear. Make sure that “IP” is selected from Printer Browser as shown and that LPD protocol is used.

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Fill in “Printer Address” with Psyprint.psy.uconn.edu.

“Queue” should be completed with the name of the printer you will print to. It should be Printerxxx (xxx is the room where the printer is located). Printer190C is shown throughout this document.

Under “Name”, enter the display name of the printer you wish to print to. It should be “Printer Xxx”. In this example case, it would be Printer 190C.

(4B) Under “Use”, Point and Click on “Select Printer Software”. It will almost always be an HP. You must select the model name for the printer being installed. In the case of the Printer in Bous 190C, the printer “HP LaserJet 600 M601 M602 M603” should be chosen. If you do not see the correct model, the latest HP print drivers are available at the following location https://support.apple.com/kb/DL1888?locale=en_US. See below for the model associated with each of the printers.

For printer options click on the “Configure” button as the printer loads. On the following screen after selecting printer model make sure that “Optional Tray 3” has “500-Sheet Input Tray” selected and that the “Duplex Unit” is also checked. You may need to push the scroll bar up (at right) in order to see all the options.

macosx-printers-scanners3

 

We maintain many network printers. The ones listed below are available for use by different populations, so PLEASE note the group to which you belong and do NOT print to any others.


Doing so would certainly risk the patience of specific faculty and the administration and could result in loss of network privaleges.


Faculty:
Printer name           Printer Model
Printer118                   HP LaserJet 600 m601 m602 m603
Printer145a                 HP LaserJet 600 m601 m602 m603
Printer173                   HP LaserJet 600 m601 m602 m603
Printer190C                 HP LaserJet 600 m601 m602 m603
PrinterA316                HP LaserJet 600 m601 m602 m603


Graduate Students:
Printer name           Printer Model
Printer190C               HP LaserJet 600 m601 m602 m603
PrinterA316              HP LaserJet 600 m601 m602 m603

Step 6.

If successful the printer will be listed as shown. Note that if more printers are to be installed, they can also be done from the “Printer Browser” screen.  Simply refer to step #3 above. You do not need to start at the system preferences screen.


Mac OS X 10.8.x to 10.11.x

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Step 7.

Please do NOT– ever select “Share this printer on the network”. It is a good practice to print a test page to the printer at this time. If you are unable to print create a work order.





Keycard Request Instructions

Keycard Requests

We have arranged with the Husky One Card Officeto provide an upgrade to UConn ID cards to make them PROXIMITY-ENABLED. This applies to undergraduate students who are identified by the Psychology department as needing such cards.

Next week, you should receive a follow-up message from Matthew Butwill with directions on where to find a web-based Proximity Enabled Keycard request form. Going forward, please use that form to request keycard activations and extensions. Those needing Physical keys will still need to contact Virgina Wetzel directly.

Please note that we will not accept a request directly from undergraduate students themselves to make their keycards proximity-enabled. Requests must come from one of our faculty, graduate students, or staff and must specify the following information.

  1. The PI (faculty/staff) responsible for the activations.
  2. Full student name (no nicknames)
  3. PeopleSoft number – a 7 digit number on front of your Husky One card
  4. netid of student
  5. Date access needs to begin
  6. Date access needs to expire
  7. Times of day access is needed (Weekdays/24 hr, Weekdays 7am-7pm, 24/7, etc)
  8. Rooms / areas where access is needed
  9. If you already have a PROXIMITY card, please provide the 5 digit number on the BACK of Husky One card.

Undergrads:

  • Pick up authorized request form from Virgina Wetzel (main office – 106) and provide to Husky One Card Office

There will be no charge to the students or the Psychology department for the upgrade of UConn ID cards to PROXIMITY-ENABLED cards as long as we follow this protocol. We cannot pick up the cards for students, because they are the property of the student. Obviously, the sooner the requests are made, the sooner the students will have access to their cards.

Some students will eventually come to you with the new cards, so please ask them before accidentally requesting another. Obviously, if a student already has a card with proximity access, that card number should also be provided with the initial request information (see above) and no need to visit Virginia Wetzel unless a physical key is also needed.

Finally, send Psych IT the 5 digit card number on the back of the Proximity-Enabled UConn ID. In the best of both worlds, the card number should be verified by Virginia, or whoever is requesting the access to assure that the numbers are correct. Whoever verifies the number should copy Virginia with the card number.

Because the new cards belong to the students, there will be no need to request that students return these cards.

By this September, all of the white proximity cards previously issued by Psychology for undergraduate students will expire and should be returned to Virginia Wetzel.

Graduate Students

The Husky One Card office has agreed to provide all of our graduate students with the new proximity-enabled cards at no cost. Simply present your old UConn ID card and they will issue the new proximity-enabled one (no need for authorized form from Virginia). Please remember to contact Psych IT (copy Virginia) with the new card number and if applicable do return the old white proximity card, if one was issued for your use.