Ask your departmental IT Professional to verify that your office computer is properly secured, or if you do not have an IT Professional, see the Computer Security Checklists (Windows or Mac) for vital steps to protect your computer.
Install UD-licensed software as needed from the UDeploy software distribution site.
UDeploy has useful software, including McAfee Anti-Virus software, which the University provides for all University-owned computers and all computers owned by employees and students. Your computer should have this software installed as evidenced by the McAfee icon in your Windows machine's system tray (the bottom-right corner of your screen, next to the time) or your Macintosh's menu bar. If you do not see this icon, check with your IT Professional or contact the IT Support Center.
McAfee is configured to update virus definitions at computer startup. Read more about McAfee and keeping it up-to-date.
Download any other UD-licensed software—browsers and utilities—as needed.
Reactivate reception of UD email:
If you had set an Automatic Reply in Webmail Direct to inform senders that you were unavailable to read UD email, turn off the reply.
If your UD mail was forwarded to another account, remove email forwarding: