involved to request software installation for
the computer labs
Provide copies of the software for installation on CD-R copies of the
original installation CD-ROM. The CD discs will not be returned so be
sure that copies, not the originals, are used. If the software will
only install from the original CD-ROM, provide the original CD-ROM and
it will be returned upon completion of the install. Realize that the
install disc will be needed again if software will be reinstalled at a
Verify that all CD-R copies
of software successfully install. Test the install on another machine
before giving up the discs. If the discs will not work, the software
cannot be installed.
Label all discs with a permanent magic marker. Indicate the name of
the software on the disc.
Provide with the discs, copies of the license forms and agreements.
Only software that is properly licensed may be installed in the labs.
Note that the license information must match version and proper number
of licenses (i.e. A license form indicating 10 licenses cannot be used
to request installation of 40 copies of software in a particular lab).
Provide copies of these forms, not the originals. Forms will not be
sure to include any activation codes or install numbers associated with
the software. If possible, type or write these codes on the sleeve
covering the installation CD discs. Make sure these codes are legible
and easy to read.
the form found below.
Upon completion, turn all materials into the Computing Center Office (ULIB 213)
Requestor will be contacted upon receipt of form. If there are any questions or
problems, Requestor may be contacted about those as well.
Please note that installations may require up to two weeks to complete.
It is essential that lab software installs be planned and requested well in
advance of the actual date when the software will be used. Every effort is made
to have the software in place in a timely fashion but realize resources are limited.
We appreciate cooperation in this matter.