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If you need to setup an engineering account fill out the application [https://accounts.engr.ucsb.edu/create here] and stop by the ME office or 2313 to have your account approved.
If you need to setup an engineering account fill out the application [https://accounts.engr.ucsb.edu/create here] and stop by the ME office or 2313 to have your account approved.
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If you need to connect a new device to the ME network, please fill out the [http://www.me.ucsb.edu/mecs/ip/ form here]. Please use your engineering account as your email address. If you need to find your MAC address follow the instructions [MAC Address here].
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If you need to connect a new device to the ME network, please fill out the [http://www.me.ucsb.edu/mecs/ip/ form here]. Please use your engineering account as your email address. If you need to find your MAC address follow the instructions [[MAC Address here]].
== Please look through the links below for answers to most common questions ==
== Please look through the links below for answers to most common questions ==

Revision as of 21:11, 6 October 2009

Here you can find instructions for common computer questions. Please use the search box on the right for additional information.
If you cannot find the solution you are looking for, please send an email to help-me@engineering.ucsb.edu and someone will get back to you shortly.
If your problem is urgent or you cannot send an email, you can also call us at x8631 or stop by our office in Engineering II Building, room 2313.

If you need to setup an engineering account fill out the application here and stop by the ME office or 2313 to have your account approved.

If you need to connect a new device to the ME network, please fill out the form here. Please use your engineering account as your email address. If you need to find your MAC address follow the instructions MAC Address here.

Please look through the links below for answers to most common questions

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