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*ITS Scheduled Maintenance* Multiple Services: Fri-Sat, 4/04-05

(Updated: 4/4 at 3:27 PM)

Please be advised that ITS will be performing scheduled maintenance on the services listed below:

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FRIDAY, APRIL 5
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The following ITS-supported services will be unavailable:
- Power at NYU in Washington DC: 10am - 4pm ET. All services and systems will be down at this location during this window.
- CMS Authoring: 8pm - 8am ET
- NYU Classes: 8pm - midnight ET

The following ITS-supported services will undergo maintenance, but should remain available:
- NYU-NET: 8pm - 2am ET Sat 4/05/2014
- Identity Data Services: 8pm - 10pm ET
- NYU Stream: 9pm - 10pm ET


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SATURDAY, APRIL 5
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The following ITS-supported services will be unavailable:
- PeopleSoft Student Administration / Human Resources at NYU School of Engineering: 12:01am - 8am ET


The following ITS-supported service will experience intermittent slowness/unavailability:
- NYU Classes (TurnItIn): 10am - 2pm ET. Impact: The TurnItIn component of NYU Classes will be unavailable. The rest of NYU Classes is unaffected.

The following ITS-supported service will undergo maintenance, but should remain available:
- Storage Infrastructure at South Data Center: 12 Noon to Midnight ET
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Updates will be posted to the IT Service Status page (www.nyu.edu/its/status) if necessary. Should you have any questions or concerns, please contact the IT Service Desk (www.nyu.edu/its/askits/helpdesk).

Thank you for your cooperation and patience, and our apologies for any inconvenience that this may cause.


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