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Wireless Network critical updates Wed. February 18th from 8:30pm-10:30pm

WHAT: Wireless Network Critical Updates
WHEN: Wed, Feb 18th 8:30pm-10:30pm
Services Affected: DCSD-Secure and DCSD-Guest unavailable during updates and reconfiguration

The Network team will be performing critical updates and re-configuration on the wireless network, including both DCSD-Secure and DCSD-Guest, this evening, Wednesday February 18th (8:30pm-10:30pm). During that time, wireless access on our district network (both DCSD-Secure and DCSD-Guest) WILL BE UNAVAILABLE.

Thank you for affording us the opportunity to improve our services via critical maintenance and updates such as this.

-DCSD IT Services

February 18, 2015 | By nwmetzler | Category: Information Technology

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