PIN is currently experiencing technical issues. Cambridge is currently aware of this and is working on fixing it right now.
Services that are currently being affected are:
- HSPH Publisher
- Course Evaluations
- Administrative Forms (ID Request, Employee Departure, etc.)
- Certain iSites
Services that are NOT affected are:
- myHSPH Portal
- HSPH Website
We will keep you updated. Thank you for your patience.
PIN Services has confirmed they have fixed the issue with one of their servers and all of our services should be restored.
We are preparing for today’s Forum at HSPH event from the Leadership Studio.
The Andelot Series on Science Controversies
Alzheimers: What is the Value of Knowing Early?
A View Across Five Countries
Tune in at noon!
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The Harvard PIN system is currently having problems. This will affect access to harvie.harvard.edu, the HSPH Publisher and anything with an HUID/PIN login. Harvard University Information Technology is working on this and we will send out an email when it is resolved.
We are sorry for any inconvenience this may be causing.
** UPDATE from Harvard PIN **
To users of all administrative systems (Oracle, CREW, PeopleSoft, HUBS, GMAS, HirBERT, Brio, Hyperion, CAADS):
At 10:45 the 60 Oxford Street data center experienced a firewall issue that interrupted connectivity. This did affect PIN authentication and HU-LDAP as well as other applications.
Although systems including PIN and HU-LDAP have recovered, some lingering issues have been observed. We have been notified that there might be some additional network instability as the troubleshooting continues. This could result in some intermittent PIN and HU-LDAP service interruptions. Users should be aware that while they can log into systems, they may experience some interruptions throughout the afternoon.
This message will be updated later as more information becomes available.
We appreciate your patience as work through this issue.
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UPDATE: 6/28/2011, 1:00 pm, issue has been identified after consultation with vendor and network administrators. Configurations changes have been made to prevent issue in the future. All systems are fully functional.
We are featuring an all-day live webcast from Kresge G1 sponsored by the Center for Global Tobacco Control.
The Family Smoking Prevention and Tobacco Control Act: Regulatory Science and the Tobacco Industry
The Instructional Computing Group will be updating computers in all computer laboratories during the week of June 20 – 24.
The upgrades will include moving from Microsoft Office 2007 to Microsoft Office 2010.
The upgrades will be staggered and there will always be multiple computer rooms available for use.
Congratulations to HSPH graduates!
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