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IT Services: Campus Computer Setup and Support

IT Services is responsible for the installation, troubleshooting, and repair of all computer equipment and software for the university.

Active Directory

Microsoft Active Directory (AD) is a directory service created by Microsoft Windows domain networks. It provides a central location for network, security, systems, and user administration and management. Active Directory/Port credentials provide logins for office computers, labs and classrooms.

Networked Printers

Currently Armstrong offers the ability to print on various printers around campus from any location where you have an internet connection. Permission to use printers varies between faculty and staff depending on individual access rights.

Armstrong copiers on campus are mainted by Ricoh. Toner and supplies are ordered directly through Ricoh on the web at MyRicoh or by phone at: 1-866-239-8494. Please view the IT Servies: Copiers, Printers, and Scanners page for additional details

Note: In order for Student Workers to have access to network printers and Xerox copier they are required to have a Student Worker account. Please complete the Student Account Request for access.

Shared Drives

Shared Drives are available to all employees. These shared drives are available on campus and are backed up nightly. Each employee has access to their personal area on the J: drive, a departmental shared area on the K: drive

Note: In order for Student Workers to have access to shared drives they are required to have a Student Worker  account. Please complete the Student Account Request for access.


Read More Armstrong Hosts Identity Theft and Fraud Presentation Event as Part of International Fraud Awareness Week

(November 18, 2016) – As part of the University System of Georgia’s International Fraud Awareness Week in November, Armstrong State University’s IT Services Department recently hosted a presentation by Fred Brown, an information technology security analyst at Armstrong, focusing on identity theft and fraud.

Read More Armstrong Promotes Tim Moody to Chief Information Officer

(July 26, 2016) – Armstrong State University recently promoted Tim Moody, an information technology leader with 22 years of industry experience, to Chief Information Officer. In his new position, Moody is responsible for strategy and implementation of all technology at the main campus in Savannah and the Armstrong Liberty Center in Hinesville. He also serves as a key advisor on the President’s Cabinet at Armstrong.

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