Contact Center software off-campus
Contact Center is currently setup in such a way that you cannot simply login to TouchPoint from off-campus. Technology Services has provided temporary work-arounds should you need to use TouchPoint to answer calls from off-campus locations.
If you are using the VPN and have both TouchPoint and Skype for Business running, you should be able to answer calls.
Install TouchPoint on your laptop (this should already be installed on all university laptops)
Install Skype for Business on your laptops (this should already be installed on all university laptops)
Please note: The call quality may not be the same quality that you would normally have. Here is the link for information on installing VPN https://answers.uillinois.edu/illinois/47507#_ga=2.127233998.214800999.1584371701-1938036421.1564597339
Option 2 (Currently untested)
Does not use the VPN, but still requires help from your local IT support to setup Remote Desktop Protocol or RDP to login to your campus machine from home. Your local IT will need to help you set this up on your campus machine and give you instructions for logging in. You can then run Skype for Business and TouchPoint on your campus machine AND run Skype for Business on the machine you are using off-campus.
Note: Due to the "shared" nature of computers within our service groups at Vet Med, Option 2 is not recommended at this time.
If you need to make changes to your Contact Center setup please email email@example.com<mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org> for any changes. If changes are time sensitive, please add that to your ticket.
Headset usage on personal laptops