Welcome to the CoSE IT Website

To contact us for help, please email us about your problem, or call us.

On the left are the links to navigate the site.
  • Contact Us contains direct contact information for our Technical Support employees. 
  • FAQ's contains commonly asked questions and solutions to these questions.
  • How To's contains detailed guides about common tasks.
  • The IT Support tab is where you can find all the information about creating new Technical Support requests in our ticketing system.
  • Policies contains information about college wide policies.
  • Servers contain the list servers in which we maintain, and it also gives a brief description about each server. 
  • Services contains information about the services in which we provide. 
  • Software contains all the software we use and which departments have the licensing to them. 


Recent Announcements

  • Wireless Network FAQ Updated ISU has updated their guest wireless rules. Guests may now self register when they arrive, instead of the 48 hour advanced notice previously required.Instructions for connecting to the new ...
    Posted by Brandon Biggs
  • Solidworks student version license server moved, changes required. I've migrated the solidworks license server to ghost.cose.isu.edu, port 25734.  It will run the student version up to version 2013-2014To update your installation you ...
    Posted Mar 28, 2014, 4:35 PM by Benjamin Nickell
  • Important Linux and Mac software vulnerabilities, if you are managing your own MacOS or Linux system, please read. A recent major vulnerability to security has been discovered on all Linux distributions. (source: http://www.networkworld.com/news/2014/030414-linux-security-279392.html?source=NWWNLE_nlt_security_2014 ...
    Posted Mar 6, 2014, 5:29 PM by Benjamin Nickell
  • Java Upgrade causes issues with Argos and Internet Native Banner(INB) If you are a current Java user you must upgrade due to serious security vulnerabilities in the current and previous versions by downloading the new version of Java from their ...
    Posted Sep 17, 2014, 11:19 AM by Brandon Biggs
  • Wireless network changes -- TigerNet and deviceNet Mac addresses have now been disabled in BengalNet, you will need to use TigerNet for the majority of your network needs. 'Bengalnet has now been disabled. See this information on ...
    Posted Jan 24, 2014, 4:25 PM by Benjamin Nickell
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