ITS Services Status
Current Service Interruptions
URGENT: OpenSSL exploit in the wild. Please ensure OpenSSL is appropriately patched. Please see the Information Security Office wiki for more information.
- RESOLVED:Extended: Planned TED Maintenance
Routine maintenance will take place on the uTexas Enterprise Directory (TED). No user impact is expected between 2:30 and 5:00 PM. There will be a brief disruption to TED updates between 5:00 and 5:30 PM.
- RESTORED:University Wiki Service Down / Being Restarted
University Wiki Service is up-and-running.
University Wiki Service went down at 11:00AM. Admins and Systems staff have restarted it and are investigating the cause.
- New VoIP System Feature Issue
Some new VoIP system users reported issues with activating or deactivating Call Forward variants features on 04/09/14. While our vendor is working to resolve this issue, any users experiencing this problem can submit a trouble on line at https://utdirect.utexas.edu/tn/tr/index.WBX or call 512-471-5711 option 1 until issue is resolved.
No additional updates will be made until the vendor releases a fix and maintenance is scheduled.
- UT Wikis Intermittent Outages
Service Functioning, Temporary Solution in Place
The University Wikis Service is experiencing intermittent outages. ITS staff continue to monitor and investigate the root cause of the issue, but users should expect intermittent brief outages until the root cause is discovered.
- Yahoo DMARC impacting several campus services
ITS has identified probable disruption of email communications in the following services due to Yahoo’s implementation of their new DMARC, or Domain-based Message Authentication, Reporting & Conformance policy:
Services with confirmed Impact
• UT Lists
Services with probable Impact
• Group Messaging
Services with potential Impact
Impacted populations have been identified as recipients with @yahoo.com domains, or Yahoo managed domains such as @sbcglobal.net, @swbell, @att.net, and @comcast.net. Senders from these domains may also see bounces from @hotmail.com, @msn.com, @live.com, and @google.com (and any Google Apps addresses, including UTMail users).
Until such a time as Yahoo changes this policy, we suggest using one of the email accounts sponsored by The University of Texas at Austin, changing official email addresses, and changing addresses in UT Lists. Sponsored Accounts for students include UTmail. Sponsored accounts for faculty and staff include AEMS and Office 365, as decided by your department.
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