Registration is the process of connecting your computer to the Juniata College network and having your computer recognized by the network. It is required for all computers and devices that need access to the Internet and other Juniata College network resources. The registration process includes scanning your computer for supported virus and malware protection applications as well as for current operating system updates. Juniata College students are responsible for having malware and virus protection installed on their personal computers prior to arriving at the Juniata College campus. Juniata College work computers will have the malware and virus protection package, Microsoft Forefront, installed as a standard application.
When you connect to the Juniata College network for the first time, make sure that your wireless network card is turned ON and your are connecting with an ethernet cable at the same time when registering. This will allow your computer to register both wired and wireless at the same time.
The registration system is available through a Web page when the computer is connected to the campus network. To access the registration system, simply open your browser and follow the steps on the screen. If you have trouble completing the necessary registration steps, the Help Desk may be able to provide some general direction or guidance, but will not be able to install or uninstall software on your personal machine.
- You must have a supported Anti-Virus and Anti-Spyware application installed on your machine before you can successfully register your computer.
- If you have already completed the registration process but would like to check your computer to be sure you have updates installed, you can use the registration process to rescan your computer by going to https://jccm2.juniata.edu/authentication/remotescan.html.