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On April 8, 2014, Microsoft ended support for the Windows XP operating system and Microsoft Office 2003 software suite. Microsoft no longer provides technical assistance or security updates.
Be advised that continued use of these applications can expose a computer to vulnerabilities and security risks.
It is of the utmost importance that we protect the Texas State campus community from malicious activity. Therefore, as an added IT security measure and to protect campus resources, Windows XP computer connectivity to the Texas State network is no longer allowed. This means that while on a Windows XP computer, secure network access (e.g., connecting to the Internet via secure wireless or the wired network) as well as connecting to network resources (e.g., Department Share Drives, and UDrives) will not be granted. This includes Mac computers that have virtual connections to Windows XP operating systems.
Faculty who use Instructional Software or Projects that require Windows XP: At your earliest opportunity, please contact Instructional Technologies Support (512.245.1799) for assistance.
On May 12, 2014, residence hall wired connectivity for Windows XP computers will be no longer be granted. If, however, a significant IT security issue arises prior to May 12, IT Security will be required to take action to protect the campus community by no longer allowing Windows XP connectivity in the residence halls.
After April 8, ITAC will reduce support of Windows XP and Office 2003.
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Step #2 - Contact your department's Technical Support Person (TSP) or the IT Assistance Center (ITAC) for assistance.