Higher ed tackles computer compatibility problems

The Secure Entry Client also features a dynamic personal firewall that allows school IT administrators to control ports and IP addresses.

University faculty and students who make a standard upgrade from a 32-bit to 64-bit version of Windows may find themselves unable to connect to their school networks off-campus, with even a simple task such as trying to check school eMail from home yielding an error message.

The culprit: schools may be using a remote access system that is incompatible with many university members’ new computers.

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