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Power Outage Policy

It is risky to leave your computer equipment plugged in. It should be completely disconnected from the power supply. This includes all hardware associated with your computer, such as audio speakers, modems, doves, terminals, monitors, etc.

Listed below are several helpful tips on protecting your equipment:

  • PC AND MONITOR [follow proper procedures in shutting down your PC software such as exiting Windows, getting to the c: prompt, then]

    • Turn off your PC and monitor

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WebAID

WebAID is a web-based administrative information database, accessed through the ULink portal, which is used by employees to record payroll time data. Through WebAID, users can record their leave, which supervisors must approve. Once this is done for the pay period, timesheet data can be recorded by the employee to be approved by the supervisor. Timesheet data is used by the payroll department to generate payroll checks.

WebAID is accessed by logging into ULink. From the Employees or Faculty tab, find and click the WebAID link under Employee Information.

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GeauxGuest Wireless Network

1. Using your wireless device, find and connect to the GeauxGuest SSID.
2. If a browser window does not open immediately to take you to Device Registration, open a browser window and type http://ragincajuns.com in the address bar.  You should then be redirected to the Device Registration page.
3. Enter your name, phone number, mobile carrier, and email address into the boxes provided.  These will be used to send a single-use code to you to complete your registration.  Please read the Terms of Use, and accept by marking the checkbox.

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Network Registration (NetReg)

NetReg is a term used when connecting a computer or mobile device to the UL Lafayette campus network.  It is defined as registering your computer's network interface card (NIC) on the campus network.  It is a security precaution put in place to ensure only authorized users of the UL Lafayette campus community have access to the network resources.

Once your computer has a connection to the network, either wirelessly or wired, the network compares the unique hardware address of the network card in your computer to a list of authorized addresses.

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Wireless FAQs

What is wireless networking?

Wireless networking allows users of mobile devices such as laptop computers and personal digital assistants (PDA's) to access a computer network (such as the UL Lafayette campus network or the Internet) without the need for a physical (that is, a hardwired) connection.

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