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A domain account grants access to campus tools such as Exchange email, shared folders and networked printers that use Microsoft Active Directory for authentication.

Request this service if new hardware needs to be purchased or old hardware needs to be replaced. Hardware can include computers (desktops & laptops), tablets (iPads & Surfaces), printers, and peripherals (monitors, mice, keyboards, speakers, etc.).

Student Affairs supports many custom web applications. This service is to report issues, upgrades, systems changes, permissions, etc. for all Student Affairs IT supported web applications.

Example of SAIT supported applications: DCO Home, Door Access App, Food Zoo Menu & Tag Printing, Griz Card Tickets App, Griz Card Wiki, Hall Snacks App, Housing/Roommate Finder, Student Hiring App, Unclaimed Property App, etc.

This service can provide a file share, departmental folder, mapped drive on a supported IT server.

This form is to request a refund if the PaperCut printer failed to print and your UMoney account was reduced. Please contact the department’s lab support to determine the cause of the printer failure before requesting a refund.

Student Affairs offers house-call appointments for in person support with personal devices.

Submit this request for a sponsored email account that will be shared with other individuals or groups.

If your department would like to advertise a slide on the SAIT residence hall signage (DEN), request this service.

Hardware needs to be moved from one location to another, use this form if you or someone else is moving to a new location, or if hardware is being reassigned to a different location or new employee. Hardware may include computers (desktops & laptops), tablets (iPads & Surfaces), printers, and peripherals (monitors, mice, keyboards, speakers, etc.).

Restoration of deleted or lost data, files, and folders.

Request this service if hardware needs to be sent to surplus or decommissioned. Hardware may include computers (desktops & laptops), tablets (iPads & Surfaces), printers, and peripherals (monitors, mice, keyboards, speakers, etc.).

Having your data in just one place is dangerous in the face of computer loss, theft, destruction, accidental deletion, hardware or power failure, so backing up your valuable data is important. IT can help you backup your files, folders, music, photos, projects, etc.

Protect and secure critical and sensitive data by requesting encryption services.