Tracy-Peck

  • Total activity 17
  • Last activity
  • Member since
  • Following 0 users
  • Followed by 0 users
  • Votes 0
  • Subscriptions 10

Activity overview

Latest activity by Tracy-Peck
  • Tracy Peck created an article,

    How to Make Phone Calls in Microsoft Teams

    If you have Single Number Reach enabled on your UK phone line, here is a helpful video to learn how to make calls using the Calls function in Microsoft Teams. https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/of...

  • Tracy Peck created an article,

    I changed my LinkBlue password, but my computer doesn't take my new password!

    When changing your LinkBlue password while working remotely, please follow these steps: Log into your laptop with the old LinkBlue password Connect to GlobalProtect VPN with the new LinkBlue passw...

  • Tracy Peck created an article,

    How can I determine if the email I received is safe?

    It is critical that you review emails for authenticity directly upon receiving them. Questionable emails, such as those appearing to be part of a spam or phishing attack, should be reported for rev...

  • Tracy Peck created an article,

    How do I report spam and phishing emails?

    Spam, also referred to as junk mail, is a term for unsolicited messages sent to your email account. Phishing emails attempt to obtain sensitive information, such as usernames, passwords, and credit...

  • Tracy Peck created an article,

    Change PDF application to Adobe Acrobat

      Open File Explorer and browse to a location where PDF documents reside.  Right click on any PDF document and select Open With > Choose another app     Select Adobe Acrobat DC and put a checkmark...

  • Tracy Peck created an article,

    Dialing with Single Number Reach

    Calls are a quick way to connect in Teams. You can have one-on-one calls or calls with several people. You can set them up ahead of time like a meeting, or you can start them on the fly while in a...

  • Tracy Peck created an article,

    How To Update Your Zoom Desktop Client

    Keeping your Zoom client up to date is critical in order to protect you, your data, and any University of Kentucky computing resources. Beginning November 1, 2021, Zoom is requiring that all client...