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To improve network security, the DoD has mandated the use of the DoD Common Access Card (CAC) for access to all unclassified networks. Beginning the week of 22 May, all NMCI users will be required to log-on with Cryptographic Log-On (CLO) using their CAC and associated Personal Identification Number (PIN).
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Information and downloadables about legacy device registration are now available on Homeport.
NMCIís new Mobile Information Protection (MIP) service went live on May 3. MIP provides managed backup and recovery services of information, including Outlook files, residing on NMCI workstations.
Two methods are available for NMCI users to protect their workstation hard drives, CD media and externally attached storage/media devices from Spyware, Adware and viruses.
The NMCI Homeport Web site is continuing its efforts to make NMCI training resources easier to find. The new stand alone Training section is set to launch during the last week of May.
Did you know that NMCI will be keeping users like you informed of training via a soon-to-be-released monthly newsletter?
As of May 18, the Electronic Data Interchange Personal Identifier (EDIPI) application has been brought back online and enablement resumed, including Pacific Fleet Command-West.