Guide for locating and using the Secure Test Browser on Chromebooks (PDF). Guide for using CAASPP Secure Browser on Windows (PDF). General information regarding CAASPP Laserfiche Login https://dmsweb.slocoe.org/Laserfiche/ Netmail Click here to retrieve emails received by Exchange up to Aug 15 2015. Netmail Archive Tutorial (PDF) While the first page of the tutorial illustrates OWA, the remainder is accurate with respect to Netmail itself. Storage Services and Quotas Google Accounts and Storage Google accounts belonging to students graduating this year will be deactivated on October 1st. If graduating students wish to keep their Google information, they should download the files they want to keep. Google provides a tool, sometimes known as “takeout“, that can be used to export an account. All other Google Docs files are unaffected. The policies for file storage are put in place to help with CIPA (“Child Internet Protection Act”) compliance, to limit the spreading of viruses and hacking tools, and to contain storage consumption. Summer Cleanup Policies All student H: drives will be deleted and re-created before school start. All files on student shared drives (U: to teachers) will be deleted. IF you store ANY data on the student shared drive, this affects you: make sure to keep the original on your H: drive. General Cleanup Files in the “Recycle Bin” associated with your H-drive will be deleted every week-end. Quotas for District Drive Storage (H:, S:, U:, T:, etc.) Students – 150 MB Hard Quota. Students cannot save beyond allocation. Teachers/Staff – 8 GB Hard Quota. Staff cannot save beyond allocation. Shared (Office/Teachers) – 50 GB Soft Quota (warning email). Shared-Students – 50 GB Hard Quota. File Screens Students are not able to save executable (exe) files to any network drive. Students are not able to save to the student share (S: for students, U: for staff), except in special cases. File Filters In order to reduce viruses, copyright infringement, and storage consumption, several types of files are not allowed on our storage network. Examples include, but are not limited to: video files (.avi, .mov), music (mp3, mp4, flac, .wav), programs (.bin, .cab, .dll, .dmp, ,exe ..), disk images (.iso), and virtual machine images (.vmw,.vhd,.vmdk). Those types of files should be stored on the local C: drive if related to school business, or a personal removable drive if personal. Email Retention Gmail is the district’s primary email system effective with the 2015-16 school year. Gmail emails are kept “forever” subject to Google changing their minds about providing unlimited archiving. Exchange emails are archived in Netmail and accessible through Netmail.