Weekend Maintenance to Affect UASuccess, MyDocs, Gizmo, Campus Internet

Maintenance to the UASuccess Starfish system, Windows Server and campus network will be performed this weekend.

The UASuccess Starfish system will be unavailable for up to eight hours starting late Friday night, and Windows Server maintenance Saturday morning will briefly impact Gizmo, MyDocs and other services.

During maintenance scheduled from 6 a.m. to noon Sunday, June 17, most buildings on campus will experience disruptions to internet access for 30 to 45 minutes at a time while software is upgraded on network distribution switches. For details about which buildings will be affected at certain times, visit the IT Status Monitor

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

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Erin C. Griffin, content strategy/IA specialist
University Information Technology Services
479-575-4588, ecgriff@uark.edu

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