Print Quota Policy

Airspace Policy

Printing from the Web to a Lipscomb Printer

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You can monitor your print quota balance online by going to
http://printing.lipscomb.edu .  You will be prompted for your username and password. Your balance will be updated automatically after each print job completes.     Printing from the web to a Lipscomb printer is available for all publicly accessible printers and some department office printers. To submt a job from the web, using any webbrowser from either on or off campus, go to http://printing.lipscomb.edu Log in using your Lipscomb username and password.      - Click on “Web Print” on the Right Menu and then “Submit A Job”.
- Select the printer you wish to use and then click the “2. Print Options…” button at the bottom of the page.
- Lab printers only allow single copy print jobs, so simply click the “3. Upload Document” button.
- Click the “Browse” button to select the file to print and click the “Upload and Complete” button to submit the print job.
- Once uploaded, the status of your print job will be updated until it displays “Finished: Queued for Printing” which means it has been sent to the printer. It will also display the job cost that was charged to your quota. If you have insufficient quota or the job is rejected due to size or the number of copies, an appropriate message will be displayed instead of “Finished…”

University Airspace Policy

Lipscomb University maintains a wireless data network for a portion of its campus to provide local campus network and Internet access for its students and employees. Over the next few years that network is expected to grow to cover all academic and administrative buildings on campus as well as part of the outdoor common areas. The network uses the FCC unlicensed 2.4 and 5.1 GHz frequencies defined in IEEE specifications 802.11a/b/g. Many other devices, such as cable-modem/routers, cordless telephones and wireless speakers, also operate in this frequency range. The unmanaged use of these devices may potentially interfere with Lipscomb’s wireless data network and cause users to experience poor performance or not have the network available at all. Additionally, because the signal from these devices can travel outside the building where they are located, unmanaged wireless access points can allow unauthorized access and can compromise the security of the wired network. In order to ensure the availability, integrity, reliability, and security of the Lipscomb wireless network the wireless airspace will be solely administered by the Lipscomb Computer Center (LCC). In order to protect the data network, the following policies are outlined below:

 

  • Only wireless access points approved and managed by LCC are allowed to connect to the wired data network.
  • Wireless access points, cable-modem/routers, Apple AirPort Base Stations, or computers configured to act as one of these devices are banned from use on campus, even if they are not directly connected to the wired data network.
  • Other devices, such as cordless phones and wireless games controllers, that broadcast and receive using the same 2.4 or 5.1 GHz frequencies as the wireless data network may cause interference and are not allowed on campus.
  • Only students and employees of Lipscomb University are authorized to use wireless networking on campus. To protect the users and Lipscomb’s wired data network, LCC may implement data encryption and authentication security measures that must be followed by all users in order to access the wireless network.
  • The university assumes no responsibility to compensate you for any direct or incidental costs related to requiring that the use of the interfering equipment be terminated on University owned or managed property.