Carol, When I used remote desktop I could access the site, but I couldn’t log in. Did we get new login credentials?
Judith Henchy, MLIS, Ph.D.
Head, Southeast Asia Section, University of Washington Libraries
Special Assistant to the Dean of University Libraries for International Programs
Affiliate Faculty, Jackson School of International Studies
I have access to the SACAP and CAPSEA circulars by using combination of VPN and Remote Desktop from my apartment to my Columbia office computer. Columbia uses CISCO AnyConnect Secure Mobility Client and Microsoft Remote Desktop
On 1/25/21 9:43 AM, Mitchell, Carol wrote:
Last week we launched our new website including a new circular system. For those working from home, it appears you cannot access. Those of you who work via VPN, please see if that address has been included in your IP table list.
For the time being we are keeping both pages open. This will give you access to the recent circulars as well as the quarterly financial statements. I will postpone the review/training I had prepared until more of you have access.
I encourage all of you to be sure we have your IP tables. Please report to us if you do have access to the set of pages. This will help us as we continue to develop the pages. As always, please email if you have questions or concerns.
I apologize for any inconvenience.
Carol L. Mitchell, Ph.D.
Field Director, Jakarta Office
Library of Congress
Gary Hausman South Asian Studies Librarian Columbia University Libraries https://library.columbia.edu/libraries/global/southasia.html