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The construction of this account type was envisioned to provide a consistent set of institutional services and resources that do not violate our academic contracts and licenses.  ITS was also striving to automate the provisioning and de-provisioning of resources and services to provide a seamless experience for the guest while providing security for Middlebury.
 
The construction of this account type was envisioned to provide a consistent set of institutional services and resources that do not violate our academic contracts and licenses.  ITS was also striving to automate the provisioning and de-provisioning of resources and services to provide a seamless experience for the guest while providing security for Middlebury.
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'''What is a sponsored access guest?'''
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A sponsored access guest is a person who is participating in a funded or sponsored event held on the Middlebury campus.  An example would be a grant-funded conference held at Middlebury that lasts several days and requires access to buildings or resources beyond the guest wireless network.
  
 
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Revision as of 08:23, 28 June 2017

The Sponsored Access Guest account type was envisioned as a way to record non-employee and non-student guests in Banner.

The construction of this account type was envisioned to provide a consistent set of institutional services and resources that do not violate our academic contracts and licenses. ITS was also striving to automate the provisioning and de-provisioning of resources and services to provide a seamless experience for the guest while providing security for Middlebury.

What is a sponsored access guest? A sponsored access guest is a person who is participating in a funded or sponsored event held on the Middlebury campus. An example would be a grant-funded conference held at Middlebury that lasts several days and requires access to buildings or resources beyond the guest wireless network.

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