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Mobile Devices

Connecting your mobile phone or tablet device requires approval from your ITS Partner and the completion of the campus’ online Security & Privacy Training. You will be unable to sync your device until mobile access has been enabled for your account.

Get Approved for Mobile Access

  1. Staff only: Get approval from your ITS Partner for mobile access.
  2. Complete the online Security & Privacy Training . If you completed this for Remote Desktop, you do not need to do it again.
  3. Email to request mobile access for your device.



All mobile devices connected to the Law School servers are required to have a passcode lock. Mandatory enforcement will start this year in accordance with University policy , so turn it on today.

  • iPhone/iPad: From your Home screen, tap Settings > General > Passcode Lock > Turn Passcode On
  • Android: From the Home screen, tap Menu then tap Settings > Location & security > Set up screen lock > Pattern, Pin, or Password. (Note that if you currently use a pattern, you will need to switch to using a PIN or password.)
  • Palm Pre: From the Launcher, tap Screen & Unlock > Secure Lock > Simple PIN or Password

iPhone & iPad

Setup Mail, Calendar, and Contacts

  1. Tap Settings > Mail, Contacts, Calendars > Add Account > Microsoft Exchange.
  2. Fill out the requested fields with the help of the information below and tap Next.
    • Domain: NET
    • Username: Your LawKey
    • Server:
  3. If your device was unable to locate the Exchange server, enter the Server above and tap Next.
  4. Choose what you would like to sync data you would like to synchronize and tap Save.

Note: Only 3 days of email is synchronized. To synchronize more, tap Settings > Mail, Contacts, Calendars > your Exchange account > Mail days to sync.

Setup AirPennNet on iPhone or a 3G iPad

Setup AirPennNet on a Wi-Fi iPad

  1. Tap Settings > Wi-Fi > AirPennNet-Help.
  2. Open Safari and navigate to any webpage. An Install Profile prompt for AirPennNet will appear.
  3. Tap Install and follow the prompts.
  4. When finished, tap Settings > Wi-Fi
  5. Tap the blue arrow next to AirPennNet-Help and tap Forget this Network


Attention Android users! Please take note if you use a pattern lock instead of a PIN or password on your phone or tablet, and if you connect this device to your work email, calendar, or contacts. On Monday, December 17th, your device will prompt you to switch to a 4-digit PIN (or longer password) rather than the pattern style, which is not compatible with Exchange (email/calendar) servers. If you already use a PIN or password then you can continue that.

Setup Mail, Calendar, and Contacts

The software on Android phones vary between different models and carriers. Please consult your phone documentation or contact your service provider’s help line for specific instructions. All of the information needed to connect is located in Step 6.

Note: You must request access from ITS before you are able to connect your device.

  1. From the Applications menu, tap Email.
  2. Tap the Menu > Accounts.
  3. Tap the Menu > Add Account.
  4. Enter your email address and password and tap Next.
  5. Tap Exchange account.
  6. Fill out the requested fields with the help of the information below and tap Next.
    • Domain\Username: net\LAWKEY (e.g. net\jsmith)
    • Exchange Server:
    • Use secure connection (SSL): Checked
  7. Choose your sync options, tap Next, set your name, and tap Done.

Setup AirPennNet

Wipe Your Lost Device Remotely

If you have lost your phone, you can send a remote wipe command from Outlook Web Access. Once wiped, no data will be recoverable from your device.

  1. Log into Outlook Web Access at
  2. Click Options in the top-right corner.
  3. Click Mobile Devices.
  4. Select your device and choose Wipe All Data from Device….

Wipe Your Lost Device Remotely (Office Web App, New Version)

  1. Log into Outlook Web App at
  2. Click Options in the top-right corner and choose See All Options.
  3. Click Phone.
  4. Select your device and choose Wipe Device.