Boardingware Guide for Administrators

Students and families use our new online sign out system. House Prefects, Tech Prefects and House Heads have all had introductions to the software.  In the next weeks Stacey Lee will be conducting Faculty information sessions open to all.  Ms. Lee will also reach out to our weekend duty Faculty to ensure all questions are answered…

Scanning a document using the Toshiba MFD

Scanning to Email: Place the document to be scanned on the glass or in the feeder tray If the copier screen is off, press Energy Saver button to wake it from sleep mode Press the Scan button next to the screen Log in using your St. Mark’s credentials Press the To: button on the screen…

Connecting to Public Printers

For Mac Users: Click on the Apple icon in the top left corner of the taskbar, then select System Preferences Click on Printers & Scanners Click the “+” Click the IP tab at the top of the box Click the arrow next to the Protocol drop-down box and change the setting HP Jetdirect – Socket…

Setting up and Accessing Voicemail

SET UP TUTORIAL The first time you access your mailbox the system will take you through a tutorial to set up your mailbox (passcode, greeting, name). Your default passcode is 1865. Your new passcode can be 4 –10 digits (do not use # or * in your passcode). When you are making a recording in…

No Google Inbox… yet.

Some of you may have had opportunity to explore Google Inbox with your personal Gmail accounts. You may have also noticed that, when you try to enable Inbox for your St. Mark’s email account, you are presented with an error that says, in short “you can’t have Inbox because your mean system administrator won’t let you…

Disable banner sheets on the Xerox 9302 copiers

Don’t want the cover sheet with your name on when you print to a big Xerox… In the print dialog box, when you have chosen the desired printer… Scroll down to select Xerox Features as shown: On the scrolling menu below the one now set to Xerox Features scroll down to Advanced Set the Job…

Personal Wireless Access Points

In support of St. Mark’s educational and residential life goals, the school provides wireless network access to faculty, staff, and students. St. Mark’s has a responsibility to all faculty, staff, and students to ensure this access is available, and operating at an acceptable level of performance in all designated “learning spaces”. Wireless network access is…

Internet acceptable use policy

In support of St. Mark’s educational and residential life goals, the school provides Internet access to faculty, staff, and students. Faculty and staff are expected to use the network in a manner in keeping with the school’s general standards for community behavior and consistent with our role in loco parentis for our students. St.Mark’s has a responsibility…

Web Filtering

St. Mark’s has an obligation to filter and record certain types of internet traffic entering or originating from it’s network. We record all inbound and outbound internet traffic and associate it with a user account or specific device, per our Internet acceptable use policy. At this time, the only content categories that are actively blocked…