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Manage Search Engines in Firefox

The Firefox Search Bar is located to the right of the Location (Address) bar. It lets you use the most popular search engines without having to visit their websites. This document shows how to add, remove

To search, just type a term in the Search bar, press Enter and Firefox will take you to the search results page.

Navigate Web Pages in Firefox

This document will familiarize you with ways to navigate, access and refresh web pages.

Install Firefox

Firefox is already installed on all public site classroom and lab computers. Follow these instructions to install Firefox on your PC or Mac.

Restore a Deleted LAN Drive File

LTS Microsoft servers have a feature called Shadow Copy. This feature saves backups of previous versions of files on the H and I drives, and also allows backups to occur while files are open. Shadow copy backups are made twice a day at 12 Noon and 7PM. This allows you to restore files or whole folders that have been changed/overwritten or deleted. The Shadow copy volume has a limited amount of space and will overwrite the oldest entries when it runs out of room.

View Multiple Lehigh Gmail Accounts in a Single Browser Window

If you need to manage multiple Lehigh Gmail accounts (not consumer accounts), you can view all of them at once using Chrome. In this example, you manage one or more departmental "in" accounts in addition to your own. The following settings let you keep all accounts open, each in their own tabs.

Restore an Overwritten LAN Drive File

LTS Microsoft servers have a feature called Shadow Copy. This feature saves backups of previous versions of files on the H and I drives, and also allows backups to occur while files are open. Shadow copy backups are made twice a day at 12 Noon and 7PM. This allows you to restore files or whole folders that have been changed/overwritten or deleted. The Shadow copy volume has a limited amount of space and will overwrite the oldest entries when it runs out of room.

Install LTS Computing Site Printers on a Laptop (Windows)

Please note that if you are printing from an LTS public site computer, the public site printers are already configured for use and you will not need to do anything different in order to print. If you wish to print to any of Lehigh's public site printers from a personal laptop or other non-public site computer, the recommended method is Web Print. However, if you wish to have more flexibility with printing options, you may opt to actually install public site printers. Please note that exact procedures for both printing and printer installation can vary from one computer to another.

Connect to Personal Network Storage (H-Drive) on Windows

These instructions are for any Lehigh user needing to manually map their LAN drive (H-drive) on computers that are not in Active Directory (AD), such as personally-owned machines. These instructions may also be useful for users who are traveling or living off-campus and connecting to the Lehigh network via the Lehigh VPN. NOTE: Custom applications have been written for students to automatically map these drives for both Windows and Mac users.

Use Web Print

Web Print is the recommended method for printing to public site printers via laptops and can be accessed at any time directly through your PaperCut account. Web Print is a Web-based printing application that enables printing from your own computer without the need to install printers or to authenticate to the PaperCut server. There are, however, some limitations to printing via Web Print. You will only be able to print PDF files. If you are trying to print an MS Office file, you will need to save the file to PDF first.

Install Banner INB (Internet Native Banner)

Instructions on how to install the full version on Banner for administrative users

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