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Configuring student laptop wireless connections
This year for our incoming class of medical students, we are planning to configure their connection to our secure wireless network for them in a single afternoon. We’ll have up to about 150 mobile devices that will need to be configured within a 4 hour time frame and they will just be dropping them off and leaving them with us during that time.
We have lots of technical help to get the work done, but I’m wondering what others are doing as far as the logistics of managing the drop off and pick up process. We need to quickly get these students in the door, collect their devices, tag it with their name and gather login information. We’ve done this before with much smaller groups, but this is the first year with this kind of volume. Does anyone else do this and have a seamless process?
Thanks in advance for any suggestions.
Diane Gentile | Customer Services Manager
Washington University School of Medicine
Central Information Technology Services
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