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Resetting Internet Connection

Occasionally while browsing the internet, your computer will say it does not have an internet connection. Or sometimes it will say your T and O drives are not accessible even if you are connected to the internal network. Fortunately, there is a simple fix for this issue. Hold down the Windows flag key and R at the


Loss of Wireless Connectivity

Should a laptop drop wireless connectivity, you can try resetting the wireless adapter to recover connectivity. To do this, click the wireless icon on the taskbar. turn off the wifi by clicking the wifi switch. turn the wifi back on. Print this entry


No wireless connectivity

You can tell if the computer is connected to a wireless network.    = the netbook is connected to the wireless network  = the netbook is NOT connected to the wireless network   If there is no wireless connectivity, the netbook is either out of range from an AP or the internal wireless network card


The username or password is incorrect

Should a user enter their username and password, press ENTER, and receive a message stating: The user name or password is incorrect. Try again. this means that something on the Sign In screen was entered incorrectly.   Double check to ensure that: the username is correctly entered. the password is correctly entered. the domain (Sign in to:)


There are currently no logon servers available to service the logon request

If, after signing in, you receive the following message: There are currently no logon servers available to service the logon request.   this typically means that the network is unavailable to authenticate the user.   Should this occur, try rebooting the computer. check the connection icon. this means the netbook is connected to the wireless: this


Windows cannot access the desktop

If you receive the following message: Windows cannot access [DESKTOP PATH] this typically means that the network is not connected and therefore lost connectivity to the T: network drive.   Should this occur, try signing out and signing back in again. If on a netbook, ensure the netbook is connected to the SJYSecureInternal network. try rebooting the


Connect to Employee Wireless Fidelity

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Setting Up a Virtual Private Network (VPN)

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Connect to SJYFi Public Wireless Fidelity

St. Joseph Catholic Parish, York provides Internet access points at no charge in selected areas throughout the campus for our parishioners and guests with mobile computers or devices capable of receiving wireless signals. You will be able to access the Internet from your wireless device when sitting within range of an access point. Users are