Microsoft has provided the following additional information regarding this disruption:
“User Impact: Users may be unable to access or use some features within the Office 365 service.
More info: Users who are able to access the service may experience the following behavior:
Exchange – Some users may be unable to access Outlook on the web. Email access through other protocols may be unaffected.
Power BI – Users may receive ‘Server unavailable’ error or may be unable to log in.
SharePoint – Users may experience latency and stale search results. Further details on SharePoint mitigation can be found under the SI# SP147560.
Microsoft Teams – Users may be unable to access Office documents within Teams.
Intune – Affected users may be unable access the Intune portal or other functionality.
Current status: We’re continuing to connect the affected services to an alternate infrastructure, while remediating the underlying issue within the datacenter.
Scope of impact: This issue could potentially affect any of your users who are hosted out of the San Antonio data center. Impact is specific to a subset of users who are served through the affected infrastructure.”
Microsoft is currently investigating and issue with the Office 365 service. Users may experience problems if they try to sign in to any of the online O365 services such as OneDrive, Webmail, Office Web Apps, and other applications. If users are signed in the service should function normally and we recommend not signing out at this time. We will provide more information when Microsoft updates the status.
The network infrastructure team is excited to help our newest resident students get connected to the resident network.
Remember if you have problems call the Helpdesk@SEC at 210-829-2721.
Have a great year!!!
At 11:00 PM the network team will be performing maintenance on the network. During this timeframe there will be several brief network outages, during which time network related services will be non functional. Users should wait at least 30 minutes and try again if they lose access to network resources. Additionally, during this maintenance window we advise users to refrain from conducting important business as the outages could disrupt this work.
The Infrastructure team will be performing scheduled maintenance on Sunday, August 12 from 11:00 PM to 12:00 AM. We are estimating that during this window there will be a period of approximately 30 minutes when ALL internet connectivity will be down while the core router is rebooted.
The following production change items will be included in the maintenance window:
- Updates to Core Router (Required to improve performance and security)
During the maintenance window the following services will not be available for 30 minutes:
- All UIW locations and residence halls will lose connectivity to the internet and any services that require network connectivity
- Remote users who are off site may experience issues logging into most services during the break in internet connectivity
Note: Offsite or mobile access to e-mail and files in OneDrive will NOT be impacted. Telephone service on campus will NOT be impacted.
Network maintenance is complete at this time.
At 6:30 PM the network team will be performing maintenance on several network devices. During this timeframe there will be several brief network outages, during which time network related services will be non functional. Users should wait at least 15 minutes and try again if they lose access to network resources. Additionally, during this maintenance window we advise users to refrain from conducting important business as the outages could disrupt this work.
AT&T has fixed a fiber line that was cut by external construction. All network services are functioning normally. If you have any further issues please contact help desk at 210-829-2721.
AT&T is currently experiencing a service issue with their network circuit connecting to the School of Osteopathic Medicine (SOM). As a result, SOM users will not have access to any network connected resources including their phones or the internet while at the SOM campus. A network administrator is working with AT&T to troubleshoot the problem.
Users at other UIW locations ARE NOT impacted by this disruption.