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Transitioning to Secure Static Websites

For the past several years, websites everywhere have been gradually transitioning to the use of secure (encrypted) connections by default for all web traffic. This is referred to as HTTPS-Only. This federal government document describes the HTTPS-only standard and why it is important. Most of Lehigh’s websites have already been changed to comply with the new standard.

Connect to Lehigh Network Storage from Linux

Linux-based operating systems vary widely in their implementation of network file sharing protocols.  In order to make connections from your Linux-based system to Lehigh's Windows-based file servers, it's often best to simply pull up a terminal window and enter the appropriate command.  To do this at Lehigh requires that you make sure to set a few options correctly in that command.

Install the Citrix client in Windows

This document outlines installing the Citrix Receiver (or Workspace) client on a Windows desktop computer via the web.  The Citrix client allows users to access and use software installed on virtual machines in the Lehigh Computing Center.  For more information, see the main LUapps service page.

Banner 9 Product and Release Documentation

Banner 9 documentation is located on the J drive at J:\banner\Banner 9.  Click on the applicable product folder, then click on the version folder. Not all Banner instances have the same version installed. Select the appropriate documentation file. 

To find the Banner product version for the specific Banner instance (prod, hmrt, fint, etc.), log into the Banner instance and from the Welcome page go to the page GUAABOT.

Dangerous Websites

Warning: This webpage may be dangerous!

From time to time, you may encounter a website displaying a warning page similar to the image below. It may be on a commercial website or possibly even a site you have created using a third-party hosting company.


Video Credits - Guidelines

Video Credits – Guidelines
Just as you would give attributions when creating a bibliography, footnotes, or works referenced for a paper, you should provide credits at the end of your video.

Your professor may want full citations handed in for your film’s referenced scholarship, images, footage, etc., but for the actual video the following is what we suggest:

Here are examples of commonly used credits for non-fiction films:

Install ChemDraw Pro on Windows Computers

After removing previous installations of ChemOffice 17, and downloading the installation file, follow the instructions below to install ChemDraw Pro.

Install ChemDraw Pro on macOS

Once you've followed the other instructions to downloaded an installer from Perkin Elmer for the ChemDraw Pro software, follow these steps to install it on your computer.