Welcome to the home page of Plutonium Server at the Department of Computer Science, University of Manitoba
If you are looking for the home page of the department, please go here
Computer Lab Usage Rules
- No Food or Drinks in the Lab
- No game playing on the lab machines
- No Peer to Peer (P2P) file sharing is to be done from these machines
- Do not lock the computer for more than 15 minutes
- Do not install software on the machines
- All use of these machines is covered by University of Manitoba Policy and Procedure, and should be used for academic work only. Please read the links as you are expected to abide by them.
- If you are the last person to leave the lab then shut off the lights and close the door
Violation of these rules will result in your lab privileges being suspended.
ResourcesThe Microsoft Windows servers of the department are:All department servers and teaching lab computers are members of the Compsci Windows Domain.
- Uranium - Microsoft SQL Server 2008
- Plutonium - file server, and IIS (http and ftp)
- Neptunium - DB2 9.7
- Curium - the Courses WebserverDocumentation for the Windows labs. It includes help files and FAQ's.
- Links to software found in the labs - download several free programs for use at home
- Microsoft Developer Network Academic Alliance (MSDNAA) - free Microsoft software for computer science students and faculty
- DB2 9.7 Administration Client to connect to DB2 from home.
- Connecting to Microsoft SQL Server from home instructions
- Microsoft SQL Server JDBC driver JAR files
- DB2 JDBC 2.0 Type 4 Driver - download and use it to connect to DB2 on Neptunium with Java
Information for Faculty and StaffThe following links are available only from computers at the University of Manitoba:
- Courses Webserver - information about the Courses webserver and the nTreePoint system
- The Unofficial Guide to Computing Facilities in the department
- printer setup - guidelines for setting up printers in the departmentIf you have comments or questions about the server, please direct them to Jeff Durston