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Posted August 30, 2012

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City Centre Gets New Wireless Networks for Employees, Guests

The "cc" wireless network no longer available.

Beginning the week of Aug. 27, City Centre (the Alice and Bruce King Educational Complex) will no longer use the “cc” wireless network. Instead, the district's administrative building will have two new wireless networks, APS and APS Guest. There is no longer a code to enter.

For APS staff: 

  • Choose the "APS” wireless network
  • Go to a browser on your device (Internet Explorer for PC and Safari for Apple)
  • Use your email account credentials (e+your employee number and your email password) to log onto the network
  • You will have access to district resources on this network.

For non-APS employees and employees using personal devices:

  • Choose the “APS-Guest” wireless network
  • Go to a browser on your device (Internet Explorer for PC and Safari for Apple)
  • Read and accept the “Acceptable Use Policy”
  • You will then have access to the internet only. You won't have access  to any APS network resources, including printers and file servers
  • E-mail is accessible on this network.

Please direct any questions to the Technology Service Desk or call 505-830-8080.   

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