Presently there are four public Computer Labs available for MA students, all located at the Faculty Tower basement level. There are several other rooms equipped with computers for PhD students accross the University main campus.
In the Dormitory the there are two Labs on the first floor (Hungarian numbering). You go by elevator, or by foot (preferably), please go through the revolving door. The labs are on both sides of the corridor.
* By using CEU property computers and services you agree to the rules and regulations defined in the CEU Network Policy: documents.ceu.edu/documents/g-0112
* Please refrain from sending mass e-mails of personal or commercial nature to all CEU users. Use Office 365’s Yammer instead, which is available through portal.office.com
* Always log out from public computers when you are done working with it.
* Always remember not to leave your flash drive or external hard drive connected to the workstation you were logged in to. We cannot take responsibility for lost items.
In the main campus the student HELPDESK is located in Faculty Tower Basement, B105, on the corridor next to Computer Labs #1, #2, and #3.
In the Dormitory you can find the IT assistant in the neightbouring room of the computer labs.
If you encounter a computer related problem, do not hesistate to seek advise from the colleagues at the HELPDESK. The Technical Assistant on duty might help you, or can advise you whom to approach. Please bear in mind, that HELPDESK serves also CEU staff and faculty also, and works on "first come, first served'' basis.
Detailed contact information about all CEU campus Helpdesks: http://it.ceu.edu/about
This important piece of furniture is at the Nador 9. Reception. If you lost something in the Computer Labs, please try this box. Also, if you find something left in the Labs, bring it to the Reception so that the owner could find it later.
All computers in the CEU are attached to a network (called LAN for Local Area Network), which, in turn, is connected to the internet.
Some technical information for those interested. The Lab machines are personal computers running Windows 2013. They are serviced by numeruous Novell servers and a couple LINUX machines. The accounts are on the Novell system; this account should be used for e-mail as well.
Check if the machine you want to use is switched on by moving the mouse. If it is not, please switch it on, wait until the login prompt appears:
Name: (your login name comes here; do not use Enter)
Password: (enter your password here)
Don not forget to log out as the system does not accept you logging in at two places at the same time. So if you do not log out properly next time the system won't let you in. If this happens, you have to turn to the HELPDESK for help.http://it.ceu.edu/email_from_home
At CEU, there are 3 levels of access for your wireless network connection, categorized below by the name of the given network (“SSID”). These networks are available in all CEU buildings.
CEU network SSID: CEU members can authenticate with their Novell username and password. This authentication is only necessary once per device, then the device will remember the settings for its lifetime, so it will not cause any further inconveniences for using Wi-Fi daily. Authenticated devices could have less strict firewall rules, and could have easier access to various resources (Novell network, SAP, GroupWise client, UIS etc.) without VPN. Also we can guarantee sufficient bandwidth for dedicated devices and services on the network, resulting in better overall Wi-Fi performance.
eduroam network SSID: offers internet connectivity to the roaming users of all other eduroam member institutions, being available for visitors from Eduroam partners (and also for CEU community members in other partner institutions). Further info about Eduroam service here.
CEU Guest network SSID: for guest access (external library visitor, other external visitors, conference visitors etc.), we provide a separate guest network called ‘CEU Guest’. This is a more strictly firewalled network, where bandwidth is limited in order to provide sufficient Wi-Fi capacity to the members of CEU (users connected to the ‘CEU’ network).
Please note that for security reasons, the open access to Wi-Fi (LAPTOP_AREA and other similar networks in all buildings) has been discontinued.
Every user, who are logged in, and have the right amount of printing quota, are able to print to the previously installed printers. The amount of printing quota may differ for each person. The printing amount of staff and faculty members are unlimited, MA and PHD students get their quota at the starting of each semester. If you are out of quota, you can buy additional credits at Finance Office or at the Student Services Office. Note: Be careful with buying, because printing quotas are NOT transferable to another person, neither can be re-exchanged.
Further information about printing:
Personal data can be stored on MS Onedrive. Please check http://it.ceu.edu/office365 for details.
During the pre-session you will participate in a training on general computer usage and some of the CEU specialties. The course ends with a self assessment exam which everybody is adivised to pass.
The Computer & Statistics Center offers basic and advanced courses on various aspects of computer usage. Once you have successfully completed these courses, you receive a certificate. For exact dates and times please check the schedule.
Official CEU Computer and Statistics Center's web page: https://www.ceu.edu/unit/computer-and-statistics-center
Also the main CEU IT page offers a lot of information: http://it.ceu.edu/
and on Yammer CEU.