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= Oakland University Community = #acl AdminGroup:read,write,revert,delete HelpdeskGroup:read,write,revert All:read
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Welcome to the OU Community Group Wiki = Welcome to the Oakland University Community Wiki! =
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A place to share information that you think is helpful to others relative to IT issues or hardware and software concerns at Oakland University.
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Share information that you think is helpful to others relative to IT issues or concerns with Oakland University systems and hardware/software. To create your own wiki page or to edit pages, you must first log in to the system with your Oakland NetID username (email) and password.
<<BR>>'''NOTE:''' Anyone with an Oakland NetID can access and edit OU Community wiki pages.
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<<NewPage(OUCommunityTemplate,Create New Page)>> Start sharing your information by creating a new WIKI page here.
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Type the title of a wiki page you would like to create and select Create New Page. <<NewPage(OUCommunityTemplate,Create New Page)>>
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See the HelpOnFormatting page for some tips and examples. Simply type the title of a wiki page you would like to create and select Create New Page.

Check out what others have published by visiting [[OUCommunityWiki|OU Community Wiki]] or by using the search option. Type a keyword in the search box and select Titles or Text.

If you are experiencing a problem, see HelpForUsers page for some tips and examples.

Also check out the [[OUCommunityWikiFAQ|OU Community Wiki FAQ]].
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For further help, please create a ticket with UTS by sending an e-mail message to [[mailto:uts@oakland.edu|uts@oakland.edu]].

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Welcome to the Oakland University Community Wiki!

A place to share information that you think is helpful to others relative to IT issues or hardware and software concerns at Oakland University.

To create your own wiki page or to edit pages, you must first log in to the system with your Oakland NetID username (email) and password.
NOTE: Anyone with an Oakland NetID can access and edit OU Community wiki pages.

Start sharing your information by creating a new WIKI page here.

Simply type the title of a wiki page you would like to create and select Create New Page.

Check out what others have published by visiting OU Community Wiki or by using the search option. Type a keyword in the search box and select Titles or Text.

If you are experiencing a problem, see HelpForUsers page for some tips and examples.

Also check out the OU Community Wiki FAQ.


For further help, please create a ticket with UTS by sending an e-mail message to uts@oakland.edu.


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