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How to use your notebook in Pui Ching Middle School? Notebook with Network Chung Wai Tung 28th June 1999 2:00pm - 4:30pm Check your machines (1) There are 4 types of notebook computers in PCMS: IBM thinkpad 770 (PII266+64M RAM+8G HD) IBM thinkpad 600 (PII233+64M RAM+3G HD)

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How to use your notebook in Pui Ching Middle School?

Notebook with Network

Chung Wai Tung

28th June 1999

2:00pm - 4:30pm

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Check your machines (1)

  • There are 4 types of notebook computers in PCMS:
    • IBM thinkpad 770 (PII266+64M RAM+8G HD)
    • IBM thinkpad 600 (PII233+64M RAM+3G HD)
    • IBM thinkpad 380 (P233+64M RAM+4G HD)
    • Asus 7400 (PII300+64M RAM+4G HD)
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Check your machines (2)

  • For each type of machine:
    • Locate the followings:
    • On/Off button, Power-in, Battery, Floppy drive and CD-Rom drive
    • Network port, Modem port, Infrared Port, USB port, VGA port, LPT port, COM port, Audio-in port and Audio-out port
    • Check the following:
    • CPU type, RAM and harddisk capacity
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Daily Operation (in school)

  • Learn how to:
    • Connect and send signals to LCD projector
      • find one external MM-VGA cable
      • connect the cable between your notebook and the projector VGA-in port
      • switch the display signal out
    • Connect and send signals to speakers
      • find one external 1to2-Audio cable
      • connect the cable to your Audio-out port
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Daily Operation (in school)

  • Learn how to:
    • Connect to the PC-Intranet
      • find a patching MM network cable
      • connect your notebook to the network port
      • if necessary, logout/login again (登出/登入)with username=user and nil password
      • confirm whether you get connected by running programs such as winipcfg (9x), ipconfig (NT) and ping orcheck the content of network neighborhood (網絡上的芳鄰)
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Daily Operation (in school)

  • Learn how to:
    • Access the Internet and web resources
      • get connected to the Intranet
      • start any browser and check the proxy settings: 172.16.xxx.xxx:8080 (pcproxy)
    • do anything else...
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Daily Operation (at home)

  • Learn how to:
    • Connect to printer
    • (a) through Infrared port
      • select corresponding printing port
      • place your notebook behind the printer with eye of sight between two Infrared ports
    • (b) through LPT port and a printer cable
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Daily Operation (at home)

  • Learn how to:
    • Access the Internet
      • get connected to schoolnet free dial up services (pre-installed) with your personal account (e.g. pc-cwt) and any other ISP using dial-up network (撥號網絡)
      • start any browser and check the proxy settings: proxy.hkcampus.net :8087
      • Notes: how to keep two sets of proxy info in one machine?
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Daily Operation (at home)

  • Learn how to:
    • Access the web resources of PCMS
      • In PCMS, all servers starts with 172.16.x.x which we called virtual Ips, that is, you cannot use such URL outside
      • Wherever outside PCMS, the servers are re-map as 210.176.x.x
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A good file systems

  • Where should you store your files?
    •  data-disk (usually D:) of your notebook
    •  floppy disk, ZIP disk and CD-ROM
    •  schoolteam personal folder
    •  schoolnet (cybercampus) personal folder
    •  \\Pcms_fileserver\resources\…
    •  data-disk of other desktop machines
  • How about test papers and exam papers?
    • A private place!
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File sharing

  • Share out files or devices from your machine
    • open file explorer(檔案總管)
    • select the file, folder or device you want to share out from your machine
    • right-click the object and choose resources sharing (資源分享) and finish the message box with appropriate share-name, share-mode and password (if necessary)
    • check whether you can see a share symbol behind the shared objects
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File sharing

  • Access to shared files or devices (1)
    • open file explorer(檔案總管)or network neighborhood (網絡上的芳鄰)
    • select the appropriate network group and then machine you want to access, sometimes you have to key in passwords
    • in NT client, if the password doesn’t match, you can type in another username + password; in Win9x client, you can only type in another password for the login username; sometimes, you have to logout/login with appropriate username again.
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File sharing

  • Access to shared files or devices (2)
    • each shared object in any machine can have its own set of passwords (for read-mode and for read/write-mode)
    • Beware: when you access a shared objects in win9x client, it always asks whether you want to save up the password; if you checked the button, any further access will NOT ask for password again!
    • Beware: when you finished your work, you must logout since all passwords you typed in are still valid until the end of current session
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Add a new network printer

  • connect to the PC-Intranet
  • run SETUP (設定)PRINTER (印表機)from the start menu
  • execute ADD NEW PRINTER(新增印表機) and choose add network printer and finish all message boxes
  • pick up the testing page from the newly added network printer to verify whether it is correctly added
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Our final recommendation

  • You must (1)
    • use C: to install programs and D: to store data; when you get a system crash, we will format the C: and restore the backup image for you. Anything in C: will be destroyed!
    • Backup your data disk (D:) periodically by either saving it in CR-ROM or ZIP drive. Some system crash may destroy the whole disk. Timed-backup is a must.
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Our final recommendation

  • You must (2)
    • report to IT-committee when the machine is out of order and have any problem.
    • bring it back for annual stock checking at the end of each academic year and resign a loan form at the start of each academic year.
    • return to IT-committee when you are leaving Puiching.
    • make 100% use of it so bring it back home if necessary!