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Campus Wireless Network Guide

Drury is the wireless network for the non-residential areas of the Springfield campus. Below are guides on accessing the Drury Wireless network on your Windows 10, Mac OS, Android or iOS devices. 


Windows 10

Click on the wifi icon in the bottom right corner of the screen to access the list of available wifi networks.

Once selected, all available networks will appear. Select “Drury” from the list, it should be near the top.

Screenshot of the Drury network.

Then click “Connect” and Drury’s wifi will attempt to connect to your device to the Network.

A prompt will then pop up, asking for a username and login. This will be your Drury username and password.

Screenshot of the username/password prompt when connecting to the Drury network.

Once a Drury username and password is entered, the device will then be connected to the Drury wireless network.

Screenshot of successfully connected network.


Android Devices

Navigate to the list of wifi networks on your device.

Select Drury from the list.

Screenshot of the Android network screen.

On the Drury settings screen enter the following:

EAP Method

PEAP

Phase 2 Authentication

MSCHAPV2

CA certificate

Don’t validate

Identity

Drury username

Anonymous identity

Leave blank

Password

Drury password

Click Connect.


Mac OS

Click on the Wireless Icon located at the top of the screen.

Screenshot of the wireless icon on Mac OS.

Click to select Drury.

Screenshot of the network list on Mac OS.

Enter your Drury username and password and click Join.

Screenshot of the username/password prompt on Mac OS.

If you see Authenticating to network “Drury” click Continue.

If the Keychain prompts to save your password, click Cancel.

You should be connected to the Drury wireless network.


iPhone and other iDevices

Screenshot of the network list on iPhone.

Click on the Settings icon.

Click on Wi-Fi.

Click to select Drury.

Enter your Drury username and password and click Join.

Click Trust on the Certificate prompt.

You should be connected to the Drury wireless network.

Printing On Campus

Students print on campus through PaperCut. Each student has an allowance of 600 pages of free printing per semester.  Amounts over 600 pages are charged to the student’s account at a determined cost per page and must be paid by the end of the semester.  A record of the sheets printed and any balance due is available from the PaperCut menu described below.

Students may print from computers in the labs, FSC and Olin Library, or they may print from laptops and other devices using the wireless printing function. To use this function, the device must be connected to the Drury wifi network. Campus printers cannot be accessed from an off campus network or from the MyResNet network. However, dorm printers use email and may be accessed from any network.


Wireless Printing Locations

Olin Library

Olin Library First Floor Printers

  • OlinWestWall
  • OlinMicrofilm
  • OlinResearch

Olin Library Second Floor Printer

  • Olin2ndFloor

Findlay Student Center

  • FSCBasement

Springfield Hall Labs

  • SH Lab A
  • SH Lab B

Printing in the Dorms

Printers in the common areas of Sunderland, Wallace, Smith and College Park will print documents attached to emails from a Drury email account.  The entire document will print; there is no option to select pages.  Emails may be sent from any wifi connection.

The four email addresses are:


How to Print on the Drury Main Campus

Students may access the wireless printers on the main Drury campus if connected to the Drury network.

Start in a browser and search for https://printing.drury.edu.  The entire URL must be typed, including the “https://” prefix.

A window for a Drury username and password will appear.  Enter a Drury username and password and click Log In.

Screenshot of the username/password prompt on the web print screen.

On the Web Print screen, click on the Submit a Job button,

Screenshot of the "submit a job" button on the web print screen.

A list of the wireless printers will appear.  Click on the radio button next to the one to be used and click on the Print Options & Account Selection button at the bottom of the screen.

Screenshot of the list of wireless printers on the web print screen.

On the Options screen, select the number of copies or leave the default at 1 and click the Upload Documents button.

Screenshot of the "upload documents" button on web print screen.

On the Upload screen, drag and drop the document(s) to be printed, or click on Upload From Computer to select the file from document storage.

Screenshot of the "upload from computer" button on web print screen.

Once it’s selected, an icon for the document will appear above the drag and drop box.  Click the Upload and Complete button.

Screenshot of the completed document upload on web print screen.

The screen will return to the first screen but it will include a notation of the status of the print.

Screenshot of the status screen on the web print screen.

Click on the Summary section to see a record of sheets printed and a balance due, if any.

Screenshot of the summary screen on the web print screen.

Computer Labs

Drury has computer labs on all campuses for student use.  A Drury username and password are required for access.

The labs may be reserved for academic activities (class, testing, etc.), at which time they will be closed to other users.  Schedules of classes held in the lab each semester are posted at the entrance to each lab.


Springfield Campus Labs   

Springfield Hall                

All labs in Springfield Hall are located on the second floor and are open 24/7 unless the campus is closed due to holidays or weather.

Lab A:
Computers: 25 and instructor’s workstation
Platform: PC (Windows 10)

Lab B
Computers: 16 and instructor’s workstation
Platform: Macintosh (OS X)

Lab C
Computers: 16 and instructor’s workstation
Platform: Macintosh (OS X)

Lab D
Computers: 13 and instructor’s workstation
Platform: 7 Macintosh (OS X) : 7 PC (Windows 10)

Findlay Student Center 

Location: FSC Basement
Computers: 8
Platform: PC (Windows 10)
Hours: Same as Findley Student Center hours. 

Olin Library
Location: First and second floors
Computers:
Platform: PC (Windows 10)


Other Campus Location Labs  

Ava (MOCH)
Location: Student Lounge
Computers: 7
Platform: Windows 10)

Houston
Location: Student lounge
Computers: 4 PCs
Platform: (Windows 10)

Lebanon
Location: Student lounge
Computers: 4 PCs
Platform: (Windows 10)

Monett
Lab A
Computers: 16 and instructor’s workstation
Platform: (Windows 10)

Lab B
Computers: 12 and instructor’s workstation
Platform: PC (Windows 10)

Rolla
Location: Lab B (Student Lounge)
Computers: 10
Platform: PC (Windows 10)

St. Robert
Location: Library (Student Lounge)
Computers: 7
Platform: PC (Windows 10)

Telephone Guide

Drury University’s Cisco Unified IP full-feature telephones provide voice communication over the same data network that your computer uses.

Requests for New Service

New phone instrument and installation requests are made to helpdeskticket@drury.edu. The user will be contacted about setup and provided with initial instructions.


Phone Instrument Reference Guides

Cisco Phone Model 7945

 

 

 

 

Cisco Phone Model 6921

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Cisco Phone Model 7841

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Access Voicemails

Voicemails may be accessed from your Cisco account on the internet.

Enter this link in your browser: https://10.243.10.33/inbox

You may see the screen below. If so, click on Advanced:

Screenshot of "your connection is not private" warning screen.

From the next screen, click the link at the bottom to proceed to the CISCO website:

Screenshot of the advanced dropdown.

Enter your Drury username and password to see your voicemails.


Cisco Self-Care Portal

Change your PIN and forward calls from the Self Care Portal.

  • Access the portal and please disregard any security warnings you receive.
  • Click the Advanced button.
  • Click Proceed to 10.243.10.30 (unsafe) or Add Exception.

Conference Phone Requests

Conference phone requests are made to helpdeskticket@drury.edu.

Requests should include:

  • At least one week notice
  • Location of call
  • Number of attendees from Drury

Cisco Phone Model 7937 Conference Phone

Image of Cisco Phone Model 7937 Conference Phone.

Faxing Guide

Faxes may be sent from campus using XMediusFAX. 

Go to the XMediusFAX website. Please use Internet Explorer or Firefox as the website will not function correctly using other browsers. 

Enter your Drury username and password in the security window.

Screenshot of the XMediusFAX login screen.

On the XMediusFAX home page, click the Compose button at the top left.

Screenshot of the XMediusFAX home page.

On the first tab, Compose, enter the name(s) of the recipients and the fax number. 

***Be sure to use “9” before any fax number and “1” if the number is long distance.

A coversheet with a subject and comments is an option.

Screenshot of the Composte tab on XMediusFAX.

Click on the second tab, Sender and Company Information, to verify or edit your information. 

Screenshot of the Sender and Company Information tab on XMediusFAX.

The Options tab defaults to standard settings, but enables you to change the number of tries if the fax line is busy, or set a delayed time for the fax to be sent.

Screenshot of the Options tab on XMediusFAX.

When all information has been completed, click the Submit button at the top of the screen.

Screenshot of the submit button in XMediusFAX.

Mac Support

Reset the Printer Password on a Mac

When a Drury password is changed through MyDrury, the password on all network-connected Apple applications/devices needs to be changed as well. To do this, the old Keychain must be deleted and a new one created.

Open Finder and be sure it’s selected in the top header.

Screenshot of the Mac toolbar with the Finder highlighted.

Click on Go in the top header and select Utilities.

Screenshot of the Go tab in the Mac header with the Utilities option highlighted.

Find Keychain Access and double click it.

Screenshot of the Utilities tab with Keychain Access highlighted.

Find the printer needing the password change, right click on it and select Delete (printer name).  This does not delete the printer, only the keychain.

Screenshot of the Keychain Access tab with "Delete 'olin research printer'" highlighted.

The first time the selected printer is used, a Drury username and password will need to be provided.


Reset the Email Password on a Mac

Whenever a Drury password is changed, it must also be changed in two email areas on a Mac.

Select Mail from the icons at the bottom of the screen then click on Mail on the top header and select Preferences.

Screenshot of the Mail tab in the Mac header with Preferences highlighted.

Click on Accounts from the Preferences screen, then on Server Settings.

Screenshot of the Preferences tab with Accounts & Server Settings highlighted.

On the Server Settings screen, enter the new password in the bottom field.

Screenshot of the Server Settings tab with the Password field highlighted.

The second place on a Mac where the password needs to be changed is Accounts section.

Select Mail from the icons at the bottom of the screen, click on Mail on the top header and select Accounts.

Screenshot of the Mail tab in the Mac header with Accounts highlighted.

Click on Exchange to find your email address.

Screenshot of the Internet Accounts tab with Exchange highlighted.

From the Exchange screen, click on Details.

Screenshot of the Internet Accounts tab with Details highlighted.

In the Details window, enter your new password in the bottom field and click OK.  You must then quit Mail and reopen it .

Screenshot of the Internet Accounts tab with the Password field highlighted.