Tech Tune Up Week is upon us. Please take a few moments to review this flyer and participate in this PALCS Tradition. Tech Tune Up Week is one of the first opportunities for students to earn badges – many more opportunities will be presented as the school year progresses.
Due to a recently discovered vulnerability in Flash, our staff has distributed an updated to all school devices running Windows operating systems. The vulnerability is known as a “zero-day exploit” and was discovered when a controversial tech company that sells intrusion and surveillance capabilities to governments and law enforcement agencies was hacked.
The new Flash version is 18.104.22.168 and was released by Adobe late afternoon on July 9. Our IT staff quickly prepared, tested, and distributed the update within an hour after it was released.
Students will receive this new update upon a successful log in to our Zenworks management environment.
PALCSMail service has been restored. We will notify our community of any planned outages to further address hardware deficiencies.
PALCSMail is currently down. The Technology Department is working to address the situation and will provide an update shortly. Students, parents, and staff should rely on Moodle Messaging while PALCSMail service is restored.
Open the AmCap program on the Desktop:
(If the AmCap program is not on your desktop, or if you get error messages when opening AmCap please call the PALCS Helpdesk for assistance. 1-877-PALCS-TLC)
Click on Capture at the top, then Get Image.
It will open a new window with the captured image. To save the image click on File in the new window and then click SAVE. If you are not happy with the image you can close the new window without clicking on SAVE to discard the image.
Make sure you look at where you are saving the file, and remember what file name you choose so you can find the picture later.
If you have any questions about this, or if you have trouble following one of the steps please call the PALCS Helpdesk for assistance. 1-877-PALCS-TLC
This article will show you how to delete an existing network and its network key, then reconnect to it
(Click on the images to zoom in)
Click START –> CONTROL PANEL, select NETWORK AND INTERNET, and then click NETWORK AND SHARING CENTER
In the task list, choose MANAGE WIRELESS NETWORKS
In the Network Table where all of the networks are listed, select the existing network (1) and then click REMOVE (2)
You may see a warnig dialog box, but just click YES or OK
Click the BACK button to get back to the NETWORK AND SHARING CENTER
Choose CHANGE ADAPTER SETTINGS
Right Click on WIRELESS NETWORK CONNECTION (1) and then click CONNECT/DISCONNECT (2)
Click the REFRESH button to view all available wireless networks
Highlight the network that you want to connect to and click CONNECT, then enter your network security key for your wireless network and click OK
|Welcome to our new tech support site. We hope that our families find
this site beneficial. We are excited about the revamped and updated look.
Look out for updates in the upcoming weeks and months!
When it comes to temperatures and your electronic devices, think of your devices as children or pets. If you wouldn’t leave children or pets in a certain temperature, don’t leave your devices in those hot or cold temps either.