Instructions for installing Linux
Instructions for installing MiBackup for Windows.
This page contains all the "Help Me Decide" text on the MiServer forms. Support Items Select the time and date you would like to schedule backups, patching, and rebooting of your server. To avoid scheduling conflicts between these components, please note that you cannot schedule these services within two hours of each other. For example: If you select 6 p.m., Monday for your MiServer backup time, you cannot schedule patching or rebooting between the hours of 4 p.m. and 8 p.m. the same day.
Welcome to the MiServer Virtualization Service. Here are some important steps designed to assist you with the initial access and administration of your virtual server. Connect to the Campus VPN For information and installation instructions, please see U-M Virtual Private Network (VPN).
Information about MiServer Managed Linux Service.
How-to guide for using the Active Directory tool to manage access to your MiServer Managed Windows server.
Welcome to the MiServer Managed Windows Service. Here are some important steps to assist you in connecting to, and administering, your virtual server.
How to stop alert messages and helpdesk tickets from being sent while performing maintenance on a MiServer Windows computer.
The MiServer Managed Service offers customers a managed operating system, including installation and support for the operating system, patch management, antivirus, monitoring, and backups. MiServer Managed (sometimes referred to as Managed OS) is an offering in the cloud service that leverages components from Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) to provide service to customers. More information on components listed in IaaS can be found on the IaaS and Cloud service definitions. For detailed information about these services refer to the Service Definition Documents and Service Level Expectation document.
Servers subscribed to the Managed OS Windows service are scanned monthly for severity vulnerabilites. The MiServer service is commited to addressing vulnerabilities discovered within the managed OS components of hosted servers; Windows customers are also expected to mitigate vulnerabilities discovered in software components they have installed on top of the managed OS. Examples of customer supported components include but are not limited to Apache, Chrome, Firefox, Java, Microsoft Office, OpenSSL, Oracle, SharePoint, Wireshark, etc.