IVV5 Self Services

For some of its services, IVV5 offers web interfaces that users can and should operate independently. For security reasons, you'll have to be connected to the WWU network (e.g. by VPN) already to access the services.

In order to save energy, the computers are put to sleep if they are inactive for a longer period of time. You can wake them up remotely via Wake On LAN. This service is accessible world wide.
 
 
The printer list helps you to set up a printer on your Windows or external device by finding out the correct name of the printer by determining the location.
 
For internal Linux systems, you can use the Linux printer installation to set up the right printer.
 
Employees can create simple websites themselves and maintain them via the sciebo cloud.
 
Employees can collect data in web forms and send it to themselves in an Excel-compatible manner by e-mail.
 
In some environments (especially Linux-SMB) access to resources via the distributed file system causes problems - more direct access by bypassing name abstraction can help here. We offer DFS name mapping to the "real" resources.
 
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