Due to a third-party error in how the security certificates have been issues, a number of University-wide services will experience degradation and outages today (15th January 2021). These will be experienced at different times and in different ways depending on the site, operating system of the client you are using etc. Below are some high priority Clinical School services and details on what you can expect and the status of the service.
|Service Name||Type of Problem||Status|
|VPN – Biomedical Campus||Was affected bit resolved at 12:30||Fixed|
|VPN – Zoology & SLCU||Will be addressed at 13:15||Fixed|
|Windows Computers||CSCS-supported computers will receive new certificates automatically.||Fixed|
|Mac Computers||When a certificate changes, a Mac computer will pop up asking you to accept the new certificate.||End user needs to accept new certificate should you be prompted to upon accessing a web site or resource|
|Citrix (including Mints@Home and SDHS Citrix)||Fixed|
|SDHS Transfer Server||Fixed|
|CSCS-hosted Websites||You may get warnings that a site is not trusted. If you are sure that the url is correct, you may be able to override the warning to see the site contents. How to do this will depend on the web browser and operating system of your computer.
Most CSCS-hosted websites have been fixed. There may be some that have custom configurations that are still outstanding. If so, please advise the Service Desk.