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  • RSAM Troubleshooting Guide | Columbia University Information Technology
    columbia edu into Address of website and then click Allow 6 Click Close To disable the Pop Up Blocker in Chrome 1 Click on the Menu button on the upper right hand side of the window 2 Click on Settings 3 Click on Show Advanced Settings 4 Under Privacy click on Content Settings 5 Scroll down to Pop Ups and click on Manage Exceptions 6 In the top rectangle enter rsam cumc columbia edu under Hostname pattern 7 Make sure the Behavior is set to Allow 8 Click Done to exit Manage Exceptions Click Done to exit Content Settings Close the Settings tab TLS SSL 3 0 Not Enabled If navigating to rsam cumc columbia edu yields an error message like this It s possible your browser secure network protocols aren t enabled To ensure your Internet Explorer s security settings are correctly set 1 Click on the Gear Icon on the upper right or hold down Alt T 2 Choose Internet Options 3 Click on the Advanced tab 4 Make sure that Use SSL 3 0 and Use TLS 1 0 are checked 5 Click OK Using Compatibility Mode in Internet Explorer versions 10 and above Although the latest version of RSAM supports the latest version of Internet Explorer there may be rendering issues from time to time In those cases you can try turning on IE9 Compatibility Mode To Turn on IE9 Compatibility Mode in IE10 1 Click on the Gear Icon on the upper right or hold down Alt T Select F12 Developer Tools 2 A Developer dashboard will appear on the bottom half of your screen 3 Click on the Browse Mode button A pull down menu will appear 4 Click on Internet Explorer 9 5 You can close the Developer Tools dashboard by clicking on

    Original URL path: http://cuit.columbia.edu/cuit/information-security-risk-management-program/rsam-users-guide-home/rsam-troubleshooting-guide (2016-05-01)
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  • Risk Management Program Definitions | Columbia University Information Technology
    such System Such responsibilities include but are not limited to Classifying each System in their respective areas of responsibility based on the identification and classification of Data by the applicable Data Owner Ensuring that each such System that contains Sensitive Data or Confidential Data is scheduled for risk assessment in accordance with the Columbia University Information Security Risk Management Policy Establishing and implementing security requirements for each such System in consultation with the applicable Information Security Office Documenting and implementing audit mechanisms timing of log reviews and log retention periods Maintaining an inventory of such Systems Approving appropriate access to Systems and Ensuring that the Columbia University Sanitization and Disposal of Information Resources Policy is followed IT Custodians IT Custodians are University personnel who are responsible for providing a secure infrastructure in support of Data including but not limited to providing physical security backup and recovery processes granting access privileges as authorized by Data Owners or System Owners and implementing and administering controls over Data in their respective areas of responsibility Such responsibilities include but are not limited to Maintaining an inventory of all Endpoints used in their respective areas of responsibility Conducting periodic security checks of Systems and Networks including password checks in their respective areas of responsibility Documenting and implementing audit mechanisms timing of log reviews and log retention periods Performing self audits and reporting metrics to the applicable Information Security Office and monitoring assessments and appropriate corrective actions and Ensuring that the Columbia University Sanitization and Disposal of Information Resources Policy is followed myUNI Service Desk myColumbia FAQ A Z Services About Us Give Us Feedback Computing Support About CUIT CUIT Careers CUIT Email Services Research Computing Services Teaching Learning Applications CUIT Public Computing Facilities IT Policies IT Security Resources Manage my UNI Security Awareness Training Software

    Original URL path: http://cuit.columbia.edu/cuit/information-security-risk-management-program/rsam-users-guide-home/risk-management-program-definitions (2016-05-01)
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  • Using WinSCP: The Basics | Columbia University Information Technology
    window to delete the items or click Cancel if you decide you don t want to delete the item s Note Any files and directories you delete on your local computer will be moved to your Recycle Bin retrievable until it is emptied However any items you delete on CUNIX will be removed permanently Transferring Files and Directories WinSCP enables you to copy or move files and directories to and from your Windows computer and CUNIX However you should NOT move your mbox file your CUNIX inbox If you do you won t see see your inbox at all when you open your mail In the destination panel open the directory to which you want to transfer the file s or directories In the source panel open the directory where the file s or directories you want to transfer reside Select the files or directories you want to transfer To select multiple files or directories click on each file or folder while holding down the Ctrl key To select a single file or directory click on that file or directory once so that it is highlighted Click and drag the selected items to the destination If you are using the Explorer like interface drag the items either to your Desktop or to the desired directory in your Windows Explorer The Copy window is displayed To display the current default file transfer permissions as shown below click the More button Click Copy If an older version of any of the items you re transferring already exists in the destination directory a confirmation pop up window will be displayed Click Yes to continue or click No to cancel Note WinSCP assigns default permissions to all files you transfer to CUNIX However you can change the permissions at any time Working with Sessions A session is a permanent profile of your login session that contains many settings unique to that session Among the settings you can save in a session are login information file and directory permissions and other transfer settings bookmarked directories and interface settings Saving a Session You can create multiple sessions This can be very helpful if you want to transfer files to and from different directories and don t want to have to constantly switch between directories By simply moving from one session to another you ll be able to quickly and easily switch between directories For example you may need to transfer files that reside on multiple locations on your local computer to your public html directory on CUNIX Select Save Session from the Session menu or click the Save session icon In the Save session as pop up window click OK to save the session If the session you re saving such as cunix cc columbia edu has been previously saved you will be prompted whether you want to overwrite the existing session Click Yes to proceed or click No to cancel If you saved the session the WinSCP Login window will again be displayed and the

    Original URL path: http://cuit.columbia.edu/using-winscp-basics (2016-05-01)
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  • Akamai for Emergency Web Service | Columbia University Information Technology
    Web sites that are not hosted on the central CUIT web servers These include a number of school and departmental sites that have been outsourced or are run by the school department or other unit If you would like your web site hosted by CUIT please contact webmaster columbia edu Dynamically generated content such as search pages are generated dynamically using a search engine behind the scenes Web based applications These pages are dynamic and require back end application servers databases which cannot be mirrored at Akamai Web pages and applications not run on CUIT servers such as Student Services On line Any secure web pages on the CUIT run secure web servers HTTPS How do I know if my files are mirrored The mirror server is named www fail cc columbia edu Point your browser there to test it Please note that during normal operation any pages you author that link explicitly to http www columbia edu instead of using a relative URL will go back to the CUIT web server and will not be a proper test When the main server is considered down by Akamai these links will also be redirected to the fail over server at Akamai To test these links either make them relative URLs in your web pages or explicitly test them by hand on the fail over server To make a relative URL use for example a href cu dept sample html instead of a href http www columbia edu cu dept sample html Why am I connected to Akamai when I can still reach Columbia The Akamai fail over service works automatically and can be triggered by even relatively minor short duration Internet connectivity outages See How it works below You can tell your browser is on the backup server because Akamai s server sends you a redirect to www fail cc columbia edu This appears in the URL text box This is actually not the optimal way for this to work since references to relative URL s will also stick on the fail over server To get un stuck you need to re reference www columbia edu and may need to restart your browser This is because the IP address of www columbia edu that points at the fail over server is cached by some browsers This is a bug in the browser and or operating system but it s not like we have much influence over Microsoft to fix this for deployed browsers How does my organization add pages to the mirror If you have critical pages that are not currently being copied to the fail over mirror please contact webmaster columbia edu How it works The Akamai service consists of two parts Firstpoint and Edgesuite Firstpoint checks our primary web server every few seconds from about a dozen locations around the Internet and uses the results to determine when the web server is not reachable The domain name www columbia edu is actually served by DNS servers run by

    Original URL path: http://cuit.columbia.edu/akamai-emergency-web-service (2016-05-01)
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  • Managing Access | Columbia University Information Technology
    be done through your CUIT UNIX account via SSH Restricting Access There are a number of different criteria that you can use to restrict access to your website You can do so by Internet domain by basic username and password and by using CAS a centralized authentication system for higher level web applications You can restrict access to a Web directory to a specific list of users Users will be required to log in when attempting to access documents you place in this directory If all of the users that need access to your documents are affiliated with Columbia you can make use of their regular I D s and passwords that they are accustomed to entering University Networked I D s or UNI s For users not affiliated with columbia you must maintain a list of user names and passwords If you are going to maintain this list and place your files on the regular server you should follow the instructions for using the regular server However placing your files on the secure server will add an extra measure of security If your users include both columbia and non columbia users you may have those with UNI s use that ID system and for the others you may maintain your own username and password list You are required to use the secure server if your users will be using their UNI s myUNI Service Desk myColumbia FAQ A Z Services About Us Give Us Feedback Computing Support About CUIT CUIT Careers CUIT Email Services Research Computing Services Teaching Learning Applications CUIT Public Computing Facilities IT Policies IT Security Resources Manage my UNI Security Awareness Training Software and Downloads Search CUIT Go Text Size a a Other Columbia IT Groups Columbia University Medical Center Information Technology CUMC IT Center for

    Original URL path: http://cuit.columbia.edu/managing-access (2016-05-01)
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  • UNIX - Setting Permissions | Columbia University Information Technology
    clients such as WinSCP or by telneting to CUNIX and using the chmod command Whichever method you select you must give others o permission to read r each file that you wish to be visible through a Web browser unless specified otherwise To see what the existing permissions on a file are telnet to CUNIX and use the command ls lg filename ls lg index html rw r 1 ariel rad 5388 May 29 1999 index html The owner ariel can read and write to this file rw the members of the group rad can read it r however everyone else can t read it Learn more about UNIX groups Using the example above to add write w permissions for the members of the group rad the owner ariel would type the following at the prompt chmod g w index html Check to see if the permissions were properly set by using the ls lg command ls lg index html rw rw 1 ariel rad 5388 May 29 1999 index html Now the members of the group rad can make changes to the file index html However ariel s file will not be visible through a Web browser because others o have not been given permission to read r To add this use the chmod command chmod o r index html Check to see if the permissions were properly set by using the ls lg command ls lg index html rw rw r 1 ariel rad 5388 May 29 1999 index html The file index html can now be viewed using a web browser myUNI Service Desk myColumbia FAQ A Z Services About Us Give Us Feedback Computing Support About CUIT CUIT Careers CUIT Email Services Research Computing Services Teaching Learning Applications CUIT Public Computing Facilities IT Policies IT Security

    Original URL path: http://cuit.columbia.edu/setting-permissions (2016-05-01)
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  • Add A Search Box | Columbia University Information Technology
    Single Site If you want to restrict your search feature to a specific directory and its subdirectories include the following two lines in your form input type hidden name as dt value i input type hidden name as sitesearch value yoururl If you don t include these lines the search feature on your site will search the entire Columbia collection name as dt value i This setting determines whether your search should include or exclude the directory specified in as sitesearch Values can be i include only results in the web directory specified by as sitesearch e exclude all results in the web directory specified by as sitesearch name as sitesearch value yoururl Pages in the specified directory will be included in or excluded from your search according to the value of as dt e g name as sitesearch value www columbia edu cu biology You must specify the complete canonical name of the host server followed by the path of the directory e g www columbia edu services not www services If you include a slash character is at the end of the web directory path then only files within that directory will be searched and files in sub directories will not be considered e g www columbia edu services to include sub directories www columbia edu services to exclude sub directories as sitesearch allows allows you to specify one directory and all its sub directories as the domain to be searched you cannot specify multiple disparate directories using this option Here is an working example of a search restricted to a single site in this case the Biology Department Restrict Your Search by Site Specifying Multiple Sites If you want to restrict your search feature to a more than one specific directory and its subdirectories include the following in your form instead of the parameters as dt and as sitesearch input type hidden name as oq value firsturl secondurl name as oq value firsturl secondurl This parameter adds one or more search terms or URLs combined with boolean OR e g as oq http www worldleaders columbia edu http www sipa columbia edu Here is an working example of a search of multiple sites in this case SIPA and the World Leaders Forum Restrict Your Search by Searcher Selected Sub Area Use the following code to include a drop down list of different areas of your site from which people can choose form method get action http search columbia edu search input type text name q alt Search value maxlength 256 size 32 input type submit name btnG value Search input type hidden name site value Columbia input type hidden name client value columbia input type hidden name proxystylesheet value columbia2 input type hidden name output value xml no dtd input type hidden name filter value 0 input type hidden name as dt value i br Select an area to search select name as sitesearch option value url1 Section Name 1 option value url2 Section Name 2 select

    Original URL path: http://cuit.columbia.edu/add-search-box (2016-05-01)
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  • GSA Configuration | Columbia University Information Technology
    protection or restricted access files directories Web Pages Excluded The following web pages have been excluded by the Google administrators dynamically generated content event calendars specific pages at the request of their owners Pages are excluded for a variety of system performance copyright license and University policy reasons If you think your page may have been excluded and you don t want it to be contact askCUIT Crawling Schedule The GSA is configured to crawl the entire Columbia website continuously If your new page must be included in search results immediately or if you have questions about the indexing of your content contact askCUIT myUNI Service Desk myColumbia FAQ A Z Services About Us Give Us Feedback Computing Support About CUIT CUIT Careers CUIT Email Services Research Computing Services Teaching Learning Applications CUIT Public Computing Facilities IT Policies IT Security Resources Manage my UNI Security Awareness Training Software and Downloads Search CUIT Go Text Size a a Other Columbia IT Groups Columbia University Medical Center Information Technology CUMC IT Center for Digital Research and Scholarship CDRS Business School Information Services ITG Law School Information Technology SIPA Computer Facilities Social Work Computing and Instructional Technology Columbia College Information Technology CCIT Columbia

    Original URL path: http://cuit.columbia.edu/gsa-configuration (2016-05-01)
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