1) Obtain an Adobe redemption code from the Monterey Bay Academic Software Center. It's important for you to save your redemption code because it will only be available in the Software Center for 31-days.
Technology and liquids don't mix. We lost a computer in 53S-119 when someone set their coffee on the computer and then knocked it over, filling the inside of the computer with a coffee-cream mixture. This was an expensive mistake that not only ruined a good computer, but also left a computer lab one computer short until it was replaced.
When using CSUMB computer labs, please do not set drinks or other liquids on or near the computer.
The Lab Software Review is a joint process sponsored by Technology Support Services in cooperation with the Faculty Senate Technology Committee and the Center for Academic Technologies (CAT). The purpose of the review is to establish software content for academic computing labs at CSUMB.
The Fall 2014 Review is a major update to software standards established in previous lab loadsets.
Microsoft has announced that support for Windows XP ends April 8th, 2014. Running Windows XP after support ends would expose CSUMB to security risks and viruses because Microsoft will no longer be providing security updates to protect your PC.
The recently released Mac OS X 10.9 Mavericks should not be installed on any IT managed computer. We have just started testing it and are checking compatibility with our existing software titles and management tools. If you update a machine before we are done testing, it will need to be re-imaged.