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MIT IS&T Status is Operational

Started 7 days ago

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Latest MIT IS&T Outages

Check the stats and details of the latest MIT IS&T outages and issues

1 Outages in the last 7 days
5 Outages in the last 30 days
7 Days since last incident

Minor Incident Touchstone required for O365 email/calendar accounts

Microsoft has announced plans to disable basic authentication effective October 1, 2022. Past this date, all Exchange Online (Office 365) users at MIT will be required to use Touchstone authentication to connect to their O365 email and calendar accounts. For more information, see: http://kb.mit.edu/confluence/x/kQDSCQ

7 days ago

Resolved Minor Pharos Printing Down

IS&T is investigating an issue authenticating to the Pharos printing service.

10 days ago

Resolved Minor Pharos Printing Down

IS&T is investigating an issue with the Pharos printing service. At this time, print jobs are not making it through to printers.

13 days ago

Resolved Minor Zoom Meetings Outage

Zoom is experiencing a major service outage. This means users being unable to visit the Zoom website (zoom.us) and unable to start and join Zoom Meetings and Webinars. Zoom is aware of this outage and is working to restore services. Further updates on the service outage can be found at https://status.zoom.us. IS&T will communicate any service status change as soon as we have more information.

21 days ago

Resolved Minor OC1 (Endicott House): Network Outage (Wi-Fi, VoIP, Internet)

The leased fiber connection that links OC1 to MITnet is currently down. A ticket has been opened with the fiber provider to investigate. There is no ETR at this time.

22 days ago

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