ARTS IT Support for Employee PCs

Basic software is pre-installed in the computers located in the offices of employees. You can log on to the computers using your university account. Employees can have the same set of software installed in their work notebook.

Logging on to a PC in the study room

All employee (domain) computers at the Faculty of Arts, MU, i.e., the computers in the offices of teachers and employees of the faculty, computers in classrooms and study rooms, are managed centrally by the CIT technicians (in cooperation with the Institute of Computer Science).  

To log on to an employee PC, use your UČO and secondary password.  

The operating system and basic set of software are installed in the employee computers remotely. Users are not authorised to install any software themselves; if you require installing additional programs, please, contact us using the electronic form. 

R: network drive is accessible from employee computers. This storage can be used to save text documents, limited amounts of images, etc.

Working computers and notebooks

If you need a new computer or notebook for your office, it is necessary to consult the purchase with CIT first.

The same set of software, normally installed by the CIT technicians on employee (domain) computers, can be installed also on faculty notebooks. Because faculty departments often acquire their notebooks independently of CIT, we recommend to all employees who use a faculty notebook to contact CIT technicians and have the full software package installed. An important part of the package is also a licensed antivirus program.  

Important! Antivirus security is a necessary pre-requisite for connecting any computers to the university computer networks (including wireless). 

Cable connection to network

If you want to connect your notebook to the data socket (e.g., to print on a shared printer at the workplace), ask CIT to activate and set up the respective socket, preferably using the electronic form for reporting requests. 

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