University of Oregon

Site Licensed Software

Information Services works with schools, colleges and across campus to make available a variety of volume purchase, site licensed, and public domain software to the entire campus university community.

To learn more about a specific software package, or for information on the Site License Advisory Group, please select a page listed below.

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  • Here is a list of the software available to various groups at the university. Since each software title has its own licensing terms, click on a title to learn more...
  • What is VPN? VPN stands for Virtual Private Network and refers to a set of software and hardware that enable your computer to transparently connect to a remote network as if you were physically...
  • Description Information Services hosts a Red Hat Network Satellite Server that provides local mirroring of Red Hat packages and a custom interface for management of Red Hat Servers and...
  • Required Software Microsoft Windows and Mac OS X are the two most common and most supported operating systems on campus. Microsoft Office is used widely. UO has made Microsoft Office and...
  • Charge The Site License Advisory Group is charged to review annually, in advance of budget deadlines, centrally-managed software site licenses and to make recommendations on continuing offering the...
  • The Site License Software Advisory Group meets on the third Thursday of every month in the McKenzie Collaboration Center, 175 McKenzie Hall. 2012 Meeting Dates and Minutes January 5, 2012 (...
  • If there is a software product that you think would be of benefit to the University, please fill out and submit the following information:
  • Please fill out the following form to request creation of a new Red Hat Satellite Server organization as well as request access to the campus site license agreement for Red Hat software. An RT ticket...
  • New customers should reference the Service Offering page for information on how to request access to this resource.   In addition to the Red Hat documentation available at the Satellite Help...
  • What happens if I run out of licenses? Additional licenses may be added at any time at the request of an Organization Administrator.   Can the Systems group see or control how I use the...
  • Getting Started After being granted Organization Administrator access to the Satellite web interface, there are a few steps you’ll need to run through before registering any client systems: Create...
  • Install Media Boot media images in ISO format (for burning to CD-R) or IMG format (for writing to USB drive) are available at http://rhn.uoregon.edu/pub/isos/ These are not full install images; they...
  • Channel List The following Red Hat Software Channels are mirrored on the UO RHN Satellite server.  Channels listed in italics must be licensed as needed and are not generally available.  ...
  • Eight Windows PCs, two scanners (flatbed and slide) and a networked printer. Teleconference hardware is available in adjacent conference room.
  • Researchers, students, faculty, and staff may check out technical references, manuals, and trade magazines from the Science Library.
  • This article describes how to uninstall McAfee Enterprise from a Windows computer. Because we cannot uninstall the program when it is in Managed Mode, we have to first change McAfee into Unmanaged...
  • Are you new to VPN? If you are new to using the university's VPN software, please use Cisco AnyConnect. For a complete list of our VPN software and an overview of the VPN software we offer, see...
  • Microsoft EES is a University of Oregon campuswide license agreement. It renews annually in December. Note: Prior to 2013, this was known as the Microsoft Campus Agreement. Product...
  • If you're interested in learning more about how to use the Microsoft Office products associated with Office 365, the following free resources are available. From Skillport eLearning (faculty and...
  • Timeframe Step End of Summer and First Week of Fall 1. Advisory Group publicizes online software...
  • Download and install the OneDrive app from the Play Store. Choose sign in now. Sign in with your entire @uoregon email address. Enter your @uoregon password. Click the Files tab to...
  • Download OneDrive from Apple's App Store. Choose Sign In. Sign in with your entire @uoregon email address. Enter your @uoregon password. To select items to share, click on the three...
  • These instructions are for Windows users who have the OneDrive for Business sync client installed on a laptop or desktop computer. The Windows sync client comes as part of the Microsoft Office suite...
  • Microsoft Office 365 refers to a group of software applications and services, including the Microsoft Office suite. This page provides instructions for using the Office 365 portal to install the...
  • The university has discontinued the UO Docs service as of August 1, 2016. See our recommendations for alternative secure file-sharing and collaboration tools at https://it.uoregon.edu/storing-...
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