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Difference between revisions of "Re-imaging circulating laptops"

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=Macs=
 
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*Upon check in, we log in as yourself
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*Upon check in, log in as yourself
*We got to the Utilities folder under Applications
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*Go to the Utilities folder under Applications
*Open "Self Service"  
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*Open "Self Service"
 
(the MIDD folder may still be there initially, but don't use the old approach — or if you do, make sure you can restart the computer AND log in again!)
 
(the MIDD folder may still be there initially, but don't use the old approach — or if you do, make sure you can restart the computer AND log in again!)
 
*Click on the link on the right that says "Utilities"
 
*Click on the link on the right that says "Utilities"

Revision as of 12:58, 12 February 2014

When a fac/staff laptop gets returned, circ staff should follow these steps to clear it before it goes out again.

Macs

  • Upon check in, log in as yourself
  • Go to the Utilities folder under Applications
  • Open "Self Service"

(the MIDD folder may still be there initially, but don't use the old approach — or if you do, make sure you can restart the computer AND log in again!)

  • Click on the link on the right that says "Utilities"
  • Click on the "Erase" button below the heading "Loaners: Express Delete Local Users"
  • The next prompt will warn you that all user files are about to be deleted
  • Shut down the computer

PCs

  • Login as yourself
  • From the start menu search box, type c:/lis
  • Double click "clean me"
  • Click YES
  • In the black window there will be text that says "Delete inactive profiles on COMPUTER (so and so) (Yes/No). Type Y for yes.
  • The program will run, then say "Done. Press any key to continue..."
  • Shut down
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