The Internet facilitates people’s lives. You can do almost anything online: manage your bank deposits, buy food, order air tickets, and so on. This means that the account is important to you. Set strong and different passwords for each service. If you have many accounts, then here is a suggestion: make use of a password manager.
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The JKU offers all students and staff Wi-Fi access as well as basic network services. Campus Wi-Fi. External network access (VPN) Network services. Wi-Fi Guest Access. Virtual Campus Linz (VCL)
IM Knowledge Base. The information management team (or IM for short) is JKU’s central IT service provider and offers JKU’s staff, students and partners a variety of IT services. Our services span from basic IT services such as network access, WiFi, email, file and printing services to complex applications for training and research.
IM Knowledge Base ePUB JKU ePUB, the publication server at the Main Campus Library in Linz, provides access to theses written by students at the Johannes Kepler University Linz as well as an opportunity to publish your thesis easily online and make it globally accessible.
WLAN / eduroam. JKU students and employees can also use a personal laptop to access the landline network in the reading area at the Main Campus Library via WLAN (wireless local area network). Login in and access the network using your e-Directory account. In addition, as a member of an organization participating in in the Eduroam program, you can also use the JKU’s eduroam network.
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Things to try first. Try these things first to help you fix or narrow down the connection problem. Make sure Wi‑Fi is turned on. Select the "No internet connection" icon on the right side of the taskbar, and make sure Wi-Fi is turned on.