Microsoft have now fixed their single sign on (SSO) error which affected access to University services this morning. Access to all services should be considered restored. We apologise for any inconvenience.
Access to University services are still at risk 10:30 Friday 10 November 2023. Access problems are being caused by a Microsoft single sign on (SSO) error which has affected Microsoft users across the UK. These services should be considered “at risk” until further notice. We apologies for any inconvenience and thank you for your patience.
There are issues with accessing network based services on campus, including Microsoft 365, Eduroam, networked PCs, mailing lists, Blackboard, Panopto and Turnitin. Off-campus access to AU services are also affected. We are investigating and apologise for the inconvenience.
The AU network to Physical Sciences, Edward Llwyd and Gwendolen Rees buildings has been restored but should be considered “at risk” until further notice. We apologies for any inconvenience and thank you for your patience.
The problems with Turnitin have now been fixed.
Thank you for your patience.
We are currently investigating a network problem affecting some areas of the Physical Sciences, Edward Llwyd and Gwendolen Rees buildings.
The university network has been fully restored and all systems should be running normally on both Penglais and Gogerddan campuses. Systems should no longer be considered at risk.
The problem affecting the network has been identified and isolated to the Stapledon Building on the Gogerddan campus. Equipment is being replaced in the Stapledown Building and the network will be restored as soon as this is done. In the meantime the whole network should still be regarded at risk
The issues affecting the university network last night (24/7/2023) have been identified and services have been restored. However the network should be considered at risk until further notice
We are currently experiencing problems with the University’s networked services. We are working with our internet provider to identify and to resolve the problem.