Just NH 96
Both ICC and NH 96
What? We're not supposed to send shout-outs!
Any doors found unlocked.
Projectors left on.
*ICC* What time classes are scheduled in rooms.
Signs of leakage.
*ICC* Whether or not computers in NH 437 are covered.
Whether or not the space is secured or will be secured.
They are blue, shiny, and make you look professional.
They allow you special access to the IDSC grad lab in BHB225.
You can show them to CPSO if you need to be let into a building.
You can show them to CPSO if you ever need assistance disarming an alarm (ie. your alarm code does not work or you forget it)
They prove that you work here!
Lab users can no longer lock up their workstations (using the ctrl+alt+del command.)
You are required to log off any workstations that have been abandoned (over 15 mins.)
If you are closing, you don't have to log off users at the end of the night.
Employees (you) can lock the lab attendant station computers since you are required to go on rounds/breaks, and must leave sensitive information on the screen.
Students are allowed to use labs that have specific software if there is not a class scheduled in that lab.
On occasion, an ICC room will have special software installed specifically for a class.
If special software is on one ICC lab, it is also installed in all of the remaining labs.
All students will know where to locate specific software, so lab attendants do not need to check the software list or log into workstations to check.
NH 450 should be open all day on Fridays.
Submit a ticket (LCT).
Call whichever member of management is on shift to let them know what is going on.
*Final step: email the list*
Leave the printer alone; someone else can deal with it.
Paper in ICC
Clean/dirty blue rags
A and B