New Computer Setup
This page describes the cost and workings of a new PC install on the administrative network. This does not cover "upgrades".
The pricing for a new PC (out of the box from a manufacturer) is a standard five hour fee for setup and install.
(ex. Current Price x 5 = your price).
This includes the setup and install of all of the hardware (unless there is something unusual or strange) and all of the standard software (Windows 2000 sp-2, MS Office 97 professional, McAfee Anti-Virus, Sessions, Netscape, and (if wanted) WP 5.2).
Standard five hour fee + extra time + any other extra material = your price
Following checklist covers what services are provided and what steps we take.
Check packing slip against all shipped components. This includes all licensing for Windows and Office Pro products.
Unpack and install every component. Make sure all components "fit" and do not conflict with each other.
Test every hardware and software component. Speakers, mouse, keyboard, etc. Make no assumptions.
If there are any problems with the above, it is the manufacturer's problem. If there are any problems contact the customer and explain the problem with the computer. Give them the option of dealing with the manufacturer themselves or having us do it for them. If we have to deal with the manufacturer, then we will start billing for the time it takes us to get a working computer. As soon as we get a system that is OK we will go back off the clock and resume the setup for the standard scheduled cost.
If the customer has already setup the PC or removed it from its packaging, ITC will not be responsible for any missing or broken hardware. The customer will be responsible for calling the manufacturer and getting any problems solved.
List all other software on old computer to be installed on the new computer:
_____________________________, _____________________________, _____________________________, _____________________________, _____________________________, _____________________________, _____________________________, _____________________________, _____________________________, _____________________________, _____________________________, _____________________________.
Note if User is not available to ask or doesn't know.
Create a backup of the old PC (if there is one). If the customer wants to be responsible for the restoration of files they must sign here:
Customer responsible for re-installation of data files:
X:_______________________________ Date: _________________________
If the disk is not a single partition with 32 bit fat then make it have one (or not see below)
Save all drivers needed (Video, CD-ROM, Sound Card, etc.)
Fdisk the hard drive removing any partitions --OR-- Customer wants multiple partitions
Create a single, bootable, NTFS partition --OR-- Customer wants multiple partitions
Re-Install Windows --OR-- Customer wants multiple partitions
Install all drivers needed for all cards
Network Card Drivers
Drivers for the card
Computer Name: user name (e.g. jsmith)
IP Address: 129.138._____.______
Subnet Mask: 255.255.255.0
Default Gateway: 129.138.______.254
Computer name: user name (e.g. jsmith)______________
Domain name: nmt.edu
Domain name servers: 184.108.40.206 and 220.127.116.11
Remove NetBEUI protocol (Don't remove until TCP/IP is installed)
Sound Card Drivers
Video Card Drivers
Any Other Drivers:_________________________________________________
Install all software needed for the computer.
Install Microsoft Office 97 Professional (or later) on the local hard drive
Create a HP/Admin config and shortcut
Create a HP/El Burro config and shortcut
Check ALL software and hardware components.
MS Office 97
HP El Burro
Install printers (if known)
Change IP address/Gateway to user's real IP and gateway (if other was used during testing).
Restore all of the data from the old PC to the new PC in a directory called c:\oldmach (if applicable).
Setup a time to deliver the computer to the customer (coordinate with support staff to meet you there).
Check ALL software and hardware components.
MS Access 97
MS Access 2.0
HP El Burro
Check networking and logins
NT Domain: NMTADM
Install Beyond Mail and CaLANdar
Map \\admin_mail\sys to M: and also to N:. Make sure that they are permanent connections.
Make sure that you do this when you are logged in as the "end user".
Create Shortcut to M:\bmail\program\bmailw.exe and name it "Beyond Mail"
Select "client install"
Click "Ignore" twice.
Select "user name" from list, or type in the users name (e.g. "Smith, Jeff")
If user wants these to autorun put them in the startup folder, otherwise create a folder.
Remember, that CaLANdar installs into the "startup" folder by default. If they don't want it to autorun, then move it to a different folder.
Train users on proper password procedures.
Answer any questions and have User OK finished work.
This is only for this PC install.
Note: all of this is billable and the end user should be notified of this before work is begun. This is NOT part of the standard fee.
Install any other programs that the user wants/requires.
Check that the new installs do not interfere with any of the other required programs (Office 97).
This certifies that the initial setup was performed to full extent as described above.
ITC Setup Signature:________________________________________
This signature certifies that the system was delivered and installed as per the customer's specifications.
Post Delivery Signature:____________________________________
This signature certifies that the system was configured to run any other programs that the user wants.
Number of hours extra needed: ______________ hours.
Other Program Signature:____________________________________
This signature certifies that the end user is satisfied that the work was done satisfactorily.
End User Signature:_________________________________________
Otherwise give reasons how/why you feel that it was not: