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EWFM Meditation, Prayer, and Reflection Space

The Lehigh University Libraries is pleased to offer our community a dedicated space for individuals of all religious faiths and non-religious beliefs to experience a place for peace, prayer, meditation, and reflection. Please note:

Delete or Modify the Login Keychain with Keychain Access in MacOS

Some Macs at Lehigh are configured to accept Lehigh passwords for login, that is, they are bound to the Lehigh Active Directory domain similar to Windows-based PCs. This is handy for shared systems, but creates some extra work when Lehigh account passwords are changed. The MacOS stores users' website passwords, wifi passwords, and file server passwords in a database file called a 'Keychain'. Normally, this file is created when the user first logs into their account on the Mac, and it is encrypted and secured with the password that the user entered to log in.

PaperCut Mobility Print

Mobility Print is a feature of PaperCut that lets you add LTS Public Site printers to your laptop, smartphone, and tablet just like a regular local printer.

IMPORTANT:

  • You must be connected to the lehigh Wi-Fi, or the VPN if off-campus, in order to add printers and print to printers via Mobility Print.
  • Make sure you have enough PaperCut points to print. Check your points at: https://papercut.cc.lehigh.edu:9192/user

Follow the vendor instructions for your device:

Computer Repair Services FAQ

Computer Repair Services (CRS) frequently asked questions:

Lehigh Gmail Compose window options

Lehigh Gmail is highly configurable -- if there is a feature you don't like, there is a good chance you can change it! One good example is the Gmail Compose window. By default, when you compose a new message, the Compose window is "docked" in the lower right hand corner of the screen. However, you can change this if you don't like it. 

Restart in Mac OS from Windows on a Mac with BootCamp

If you have a Mac that has been equipped with Windows in a BootCamp partition, follow the instructions below to restart in Mac OS X.

Choose the Default Startup Volume in Mac OS

if you have a Mac, and it has multiple hard disks or partitions containing operating systems, including Windows installations in BootCamp partitions, you can set any of them as the default 'Startup Disk'

Choosing an Operating System on a Mac with BootCamp

If you have a Mac with BootCamp set up, you're able to choose between starting it with the Mac OS or with Windows when it boots. The instructions below detail the process.

Apple BootCamp

Apple's 'BootCamp' scheme is a software system that allows Mac OS-based computers to dual-boot to other operating systems, including Windows. That is, when the system starts up, one has the option of running either the Mac OS, or another operating system such as Windows or Linux. This is very different from running Windows in a virtual machine.

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