Virus Infections<br />Don’t install free games, screen savers, or a fake antivirus<br />Beware of free software sent through instant messaging and social websites<br />Fake Antivirus<br />
Virus Scan<br />If you think you have been infected, run a virus scan<br />Use Start > All Programs > Symantec Endpoint Protection > Scan for threats<br />
Live Update <br />Use Live Update to make sure the anti-virus has the latest virus information<br />Use Start > All Programs > Symantec Endpoint Protection > Live Update<br />
Printer Login<br />Login to server HSUT01 to print to school printers<br />Click Printer Login on desktop<br />Use Start > Run > HSUT01<br />Enter ghsusernameand password<br />
Network Login<br />Login to the network to accessyour home folder and shared folders<br />Double click s_Login icon on your desktop<br />Enter ghsusername and password<br />In “classXX” type in class and the year you graduate<br />
File Management<br />Make a school folder in your Documents for each year: School Year 2009-2010, etc.<br />Make folders inside the school folder for each subject: English, history, science, etc.<br />
File Backup<br />Copy your school folder to your H drive on the school network once a week<br />Or, copy your school folder on a flash drive once a week<br />
Change Your Password<br />You will need to use a desktop computer in a school computer lab to change your password<br />First login to the computer<br />Hold Ctrl and Alt and press Del<br />Windows Security should pop up<br />Click the Change Password button<br />
Access E-mail Account<br />Students will be using a Gross Catholic Gmail domain called gcgmail.org<br />Access e-mail using the school webpage link or http://www.google.com/a/gcgmail.org<br />
Questions?<br />Check with the following if you have questions<br />Mr. Jim Homan in room 225<br />Mr. Josh Brandt in the Media Center<br />Mr. Steve Hamersky in room 230<br />Mr. Bill Silk in the computer labs or in the main office<br />
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