faq

As Members, Visitors or Faculty, you have access to all of the Princeton University Library’s digital collections through our wired network environment, or through the Eduroam WiFi network; however, there are a few resources and services which...

There are two types of thermostats on our campus to control the temperature in offices.  The model shown below is used in all buildings except for D Building.  The model used in D Building will be added to this page shortly.

 

If you are...

If you have purchased a new phone with the same number as your old phone, you can reactivate your device using these steps.

  1. Log into updateme.ias.edu with the old phone and the Duo app (push or passcode) (If you no longer have the old device, or...

The IAS provided computer in your IAS office is connected to a UPS device so that the computer, monitor, and your data is protected from temporary blackouts, brownouts, overvoltages and transient surges in the area. 

In the event of a prolonged...

You have two options for configuring (al)PINE to connect to your Zimbra IMAP folders.

Option 1: Edit the .pinerc file in your home directory:

  1. ssh into ssh.math.ias.edu
  2. Use your preferred editor to open .pinerc (e.g. vi, nano, etc.).
  3. Search...
We have two wireless networks here at the Institute - one is encrypted (eduroam) and the other is not (IAS).
  1. Log into updateme.ias.edu with your IAS username and password.
  2. Click on the "Register Accounts" button.
  3. Click on the "Add an account"...