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The goal of computing support within the Biological and Ecological Engineering Department is to provide robust access to computing resources within the department and across campus. Computing resources are provided at three levels; within the department, at the College of Engineering, and through OSU computing support. If you are having problems with your computer or network connection, you should look through the frequently asked questions below. If you don't see the answer to your problem, you can contact computer support for assistance.
Any computer that is connected to the departmental network is required to conform to certain standards. These standards reflect needs for security, access, and any computer that does not conform to these standards will be disconnected from the network.
All BEE students are given a computer account that is centrally administrated. It is an ENGR account, which is accessible from any machine on campus, as long as you login to the ENGINEERING domain.
When you log on from any NT server on campus to the ENGINEERING domain, you will automatically have a drive mapped (Z:) to a STAK volume on a central ENGR server. This provides you with 1.2GB of space on that server.
Once you set up your account, you will automatically have an email address email@example.com However, you will still need to set up a mail client to access this account. Your account can be accessed using the email web interface, webmail then select ENGINEERING from the drop down or go to computing for information on other means of accessing your email.
You can create a web page for yourself on your STAK drive. To do this, see the College of Engineering support pages at computing.
When you log into the BIOENGINEERING domain from a BEE computer, you will have access to publicly available printers. These are the printers in the BEE computer annex labs.
You will not be able to install software on a BEE computer without authorization of the BEE network administrator. If you have legitimate need to install legitimate software, contact Randy Thorp for permissions and instructions.
The Large Format printer can be used for the creation of posters for professional presentations. It is accessible through the "Guest" computer located in 116 Gilmore Hall. Student access to the BEE Color Laser Printer is available if authorized by your faculty advisor. An authorization form is available.
BEE maintains mailing lists for students and faculty. Undergraduate Students: the mailing list for Ecological Engineering pre- and pro-school students is maintained automatically by registration records. The mailing lists are: firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com. Graduate Students: To subscribe yourself to the graduate student list, go to https://secure.engr.oregonstate.edu/mailman/listinfo/bee-grad. You may only use an ONID or ENGR email address for this list. To send mail to the list of subscribed BEE graduate students, send mail to: bee-grad@ENGR.ORST.EDU.
Instructions on accessing OSU's Wireless Network are available.
For College of Engineering network support, contact: firstname.lastname@example.org.