DoIT Apple Support Server
Welcome to the
DoIT Apple Support server, operated by the University
of Wisconsin Division
of Information Technology Systems
This server provides Apple and Apple-related
information and software updates to the University of Wisconsin
community. We're pleased to offer this service to the University
and its affiliated facilities and agencies.
To the left and
below, you will find links to the different areas of this server.
They include Apple software
updates, WiscWorld updates, selected third party updates, UW-specific
Apple news and announcements, support information, and links to
resources on external sites. For official Apple software updates,
go to Apple
Update. For other software updates, go to VersionTracker or MacUpdate.
For official Apple software updates, go to Apple
DoIT Help Desk needs
For other software updates, go to VersionTracker or MacUpdate.
Help Desk is looking for Macintosh
experts to staff its walk-in and phone service help areas. If you're
looking for a flexible Apple support position, apply
today! Tell them you were referred
by the DoIT Apple Support server.
Macintosh software on WISC
Integrated Software Catalog (WISC)
to purchase popular software at substantial discounts. Visit the
for more information! Some
of the software titles available include:
The Division of Information Technology is
pleased make available restricted access areas on the DoIT
Apple Support server. These levels of access give computer support
professionals on the University of Wisconsin campus everything they
need to support Apple systems and networks - from software archives
and tools to prerelease software for evaluation and testing. See
the DoIT Apple Support Restricted
Access page for more information.
About this server
The DoIT Apple
Support server is an Apple
Xserve running Mac
OS X Server on switched, dedicated
1Gbps ethernet. The server has 4GB RAM, and 1.5TB of volumes
Questions, suggestions, or comments?
is appreciated! Let us know what you think of the DoIT Apple
Support server! Any questions, concerns, complaints, or suggestions?