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Martin Luther College’s Network Services is in charge of all technology and telephone hardware and software on campus. We provide connections in each dorm room for access to the campus network and Internet, printers, computer labs, classroom technology, and much more for the students, faculty, and staff of Martin Luther College.
The Network Services staff welcomes your questions. We are here to help. The help desk is usually manned Monday through Friday from 7:30 am to 4:30 pm and Sunday through Thursday from 7:30 pm to 10:30 pm.
If you are in any computer lab with a blue phone, just pick it up to reach the help desk.
Along with maintaining the network infrastructure, we also provide services directly to students who need help. Here are just a few things we can help you with:
Spyware and malware removal
Network connections issues
Much more …
Follow us on Twitter @mlcnetwork, like us on Facebook, add us to your circles on Google+, or subscribe to our blog, Bits to Bytes, to find out more about what is going on within Network Services along with what changes might be coming in the future as well.
You can find a lot of information in this section of the site, but if you ever have any questions, we are here to help.
In 2014, the parent company of Novell, NetIQ, and SUSE was purchased and merged with Micro Focus, a UK-based technology company. In the intervening time, that merger has continued with the changes one would expect when two companies with vast portfolios are combined. Martin Luther College has made use of Novell’s software products since the […]
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Recently, Network Services has been notified of a number of MLC Google Accounts being compromised, most often by the account information being found on publicly-available credential lists from past compromised sites. In most cases this has not meant that Google or MLC has been compromised, but that one of two things has happened: A person […]
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Between phishing emails and phone scammers, the landscape around attacks on computing devices has gotten both more and less sophisticated. Many times, even protective services you run on your computing device are not going to help to deter these attacks nor to find and warn you before you have given up sensitive information (normally username […]
This summer some changes have been made to the configuration of the wireless networks on campus. These changes are intended to make it easier for students, faculty, and staff to connect to secure, encrypted wireless networks while on campus. With that in mind, we have updated the documentation on how to connect to the wireless […]
This morning we upgraded the firmware on our wireless controller to the latest provided by Fortinet. While this upgrade brings about the normal run of bug fixes and software tweaks for the controller and access points, it also brings about a couple of new features which we hope will help to alleviate some wireless congestion […]