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Applications managed by LTS have been packaged into easy to use installers for Faculty and Staff utilizing Microsoft’s Configuration Manager. Software that is distributed to “all campus computers” or software that has “restricted licensing” will both be shown in the “Software Center” tool. This is new behavior after a recent update to the Software Center (previously they were separated based on these two licensing scenarios).
For software that is licensed per computer, contact the Help Desk at 715-836-5711 or firstname.lastname@example.org and request a license. After the license has been verified, LTS will deploy the software to the computer.
For Windows 7, Software Center is found in Start Menu > All Programs > Microsoft System Center > Configuration Manager > Software Center.
If you know the name of the application you wish to install, use the search field located in the the upper right. On the left pane you will see six menu options:
If you click on an application you will be shown information about the application such as status, version, date published, estimated time to install. If the program is already installed, you have the option to uninstall the program.
To start the application installation:
Below are some common issues that can arise when installing software. Please try re-running the installation for any piece of software that fails prior to escalating the issue.
Problem: "Configuration Manager" client is not installed
To diagnose this problem:
Contact the LTS Help Desk in order to get the new SCCM client installed.
Software can be installed onto office Mac computers from the Self Service application. In addition, the Self Service catalog is also home to miscellaneous items such as the Fix My Keychain application, and where Network Printers can be installed from.
If the software you are looking for is not listed, please contact the LTS Help Desk at 715-836-5711 and Helpdesk@uwec.edu.
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