Welcome to www4.nau.edu
WWW4 is currently running on a Dell PowerEdge 2650 with Microsoft Windows Server 2003. It is maintained by the Microsoft Enterprise Networked Systems Administration group at Northern Arizona University's Information Technology Services department.
WWW4's mission is to provide webspace for NAU's departmental users. We currently offer the following services:
- Secure Socket Layer (SSL)
- Adobe Acrobat 4.05 SDK
- ceTe Software's Dynamic PDF Generator for .NET
- obout inc TreView and other .NET controls
- FrontPage and DreamWeaver support
- FTP access (with off-campus restrictions)
- Classic ASP and ASP.NET (v1.1 and v2.0)
To obtain webspace on WWW4 you must be a current staff or faculty member at NAU and should already have an NAU-domain account. If you meet these requirements you can request a subweb using the web site request form. If you have questions about www4 please send e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Did you know?
Aspen trees, native to the Flagstaff area, are generally the first trees to grow in a burned out area. Unlike conifers, Aspen trees grow from root stock, or "suckers", rather than seeds. This gives them an advantage over the other forest plants. An excellent example of Aspen trees reforesting a burned out area is the eastern slopes of Mt. Elden near the Flagstaff Mall.