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Learn more about NoMAD. NoMAD connects your Mac to the Active Directory domain server without the need of binding it.
Faculty and staff that use university-owned Mac laptops and desktops must use Self Service to install approved software applications on their device.
Learn how to take various types of screenshots on your macOS device.
Extends the primary desktop to the display currently selected. Requires at least 2 displays.
To make use of the university's network, your device needs to have its MAC address registered with IT.  Follow the steps on this article to find your device's MAC address.
If you need to contact the IT Service Desk for assistance, you may be asked to provide the device name for your computer. All campus computers are given a unique computer name, and this name should appear on a label located somewhere on your computer.
Learn how to set up your student Gmail on an iOS device (iPhone or iPad)
Learn how to create a NCU email signature in Outlook.
This article outlines how to manage locally stored passwords in Keychain Access for MacOS.
Learn how to manage your preferred networks on a Mac device.
Learn how to set up your NCU email on your favorite iOS device.
Use this function when you want to print a calendar without any of your meetings or appointments. Use the print options to customize the date range and print styles.
If you want to forward more than one email to someone, you can quickly send them all as attachments in a single message, instead of forwarding them all individually.
Starting in 2016, Apple included two or more USB-C / Thunderbolt 3 ports.  These ports use brand new connectors, and support both data and charging - you can use them interchangeably with peripherals and the AC adapter.
A rule is an action that is performed automatically on incoming or outgoing messages, based on conditions that you specify. You can create rules to help you stay organized. For example, you can create rules to automatically file messages into folders or assign messages to categories.