How do I log on to a PC?
Enter your username and password and select the appropriate domain. Your user name is your student number (including the letter X), e.g X00014321. Your password (if you have not changed it) is your date of birth in the following format: 05Nov65. Business and Humanities students log on to the STU domain. Science & Computing students log onto the COMPUTING domain. Engineering students log onto the ENG Domain. For security purposes we recommend that you change your password when you first log on to the system.
How do I access the Wireless Network?
Eduroam - The wireless network allows you to connect to the ITT Dublin network using your laptop computer at various locations around the Institute. To connect to the wireless network from your laptop; please view this page If you experience difficulties, call the IT support desk, Extension 2010.
How do I register for my e-mail account?
To register / access your email, please view this page
Where do I store my computer files stores?
The computer’s C & D drives cannot be used for storing personal files. You may save your files on the H drive of the ITT Dublin network. A minimum of 30mb is allocated to all students, the maximum storage space varies depending on course requirements. Each student is advised to make regular back ups of their work onto USB memory sticks. Memory sticks (USB) can be purchased in the ITT Dublin shop. Information regarding hardware and software special offers and discounts for students can be obtained from the IT Support Desk.
What other support facilities exist?
All departments have specialised computer laboratories for design, analysis, problem solving and presentation in every field of study. For this purpose both the School of Engineering and the School of Science have their own specialist technicians that support their specific labs.
World Wide Web access
As well as having access to computer networks within the Institute, access is also available to the World Wide Web, which allows for the acquisition of information suitable for student project and research work. Internet access is controlled and monitored to ensure proper usage of the Institute’s facilities.
Each full time registered student has a unique ID and password, which allows access to the Institute’s network. You will be shown how to login at the start of semester. Login IDs and Passwords are not to be shared. Each student has access to store course related work on the network.
What Printing Facilities are available in the computer labs?
Printing is available in all computing labs and post graduate accommodation. The Reprographics Centre maintains all printing and copying devices in the Institute. The Reprographics Centre is managed by IBS and is located on the first floor beside the yellow stairs.