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- Issue with LockDown Browser for Mac with Java Update 31
There is an issue with Respondus LockDown Browser for Mac users running the latest Java update (1.6.0_31). The problem occurs during the startup of the Mac version of LockDown Browser or when submitting a test, which can cause the software to stop working and freeze your computer. Respondus has resolved the issue and does not expect future versions of Java to cause similar issues. To get the fix from Respondus, you must download and install the full version of LockDown Browser (version 126.96.36.199) from our software Installation page. The update process within LockDown Browser does not contain the latest fix, so use the previous link to get the full version.
If you experienced the problem mentioned above, visit the LockDown Browser Troubleshooting page for instructions to reset your computer.
SacCT 9.1 Login (Pilot Users ONLY)
If you are participating in the limited access SacCT 9.1 pilot, the login is located at http://www.csus.edu/sacct.
With SacCT Self-Service, faculty can create their own SacCT course(s), add content, and enroll students at their convenience.
The tutorials below step through the three main activities required to get your course(s) ready for use. It's not necessary to complete all three sections at one time, but please remember to go in the order listed below.
IMPORTANT: You must actually open your activated SacCT course(s) and add content for the course(s) to be usable by students. If you allow access before you add content, students receive a message stating "This section is not available yet."
If you want to create a cross-listed course or a single course with multiple sections, please activate all the sections using Self-Service, then fill out the Cross-Listed/Combined Course Request form. Requests are reviewed and processed Monday through Friday, typically within 2-days (except weekends, holidays and peak request times).
If you need to delete a course, please complete and submit the Delete Course Request form. Requests are reviewed and processed Monday through Friday, typically within 2-days (except weekends, holidays and peak request times).
Last updated: February 14, 2013
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We perform routine maintenance and updates on the server every Tuesday. All users should schedule and plan assessments, assignments, and other coursework accordingly.
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