MyDocs, SharePoint, IT Help Portal and Internet Access Affected by Maintenance During Spring Break

MyDocs, SharePoint, the IT Help Portal, and access to the internet will be affected by maintenance scheduled over spring break.

This Saturday, MyDocs, SharePoint, Gizmo, Campus Directory and other services relying on the SQL server will be periodically interrupted during routine Windows Server maintenance.

On Sunday, Wi-Fi and wired internet connections relying on the Band Hall distribution switch will be interrupted for about 20 minutes. Read this Tech Article to find out which buildings will be affected.

Next weekend, the IT Help Portal could be unavailable from 9 p.m. Friday to 3 a.m. Saturday.

For more details and up-to-date information about planned maintenance, visit the IT Status Monitor and follow @UARKAlerts on Twitter.


Erin C. Griffin, content strategy/IA specialist
University Information Technology Services


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