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  1. Do I need to contact TNS in order to connect to the HSU wireless network?

    ... need to download a small piece of software called the PolicyKey first, which checks that your computer meets HSU's security ...

    FAQ - Anonymous - Sep 12 2011 - 10:55

  2. What about my privacy?

    The PolicyKey only checks whether your computer is configured in compliance with ... you collect? ). In fact, a big reason for implementing the PolicyKey is to protect the information about you that's stored on the HSU ...

    FAQ - Anonymous - Sep 12 2011 - 10:48

  3. How often will my system be scanned by the PolicyKey?

    The PolicyKey continually scans your system to ensure that you meet the ... you will need to log on to the wireless network. If the PolicyKey is still active on your machine, you will not be required to install ... for 60 days or more, you will be required to re-install the PolicyKey Software. Repeat scanning and additional security measures may be ...

    FAQ - bjt7001 - Aug 15 2011 - 16:33

  4. How do I uninstall the Safe Connect PolicyKey?

    If, for any reason, you need to uninstall the PolicyKey software, follow the instructions below. Remember that once you do ...

    FAQ - Anonymous - Jul 14 2011 - 16:36

  5. How does the PolicyKey help HSU?

    The PolicyKey is one element of HSU's effort to keep our networks and all the ...

    FAQ - Anonymous - Jul 14 2011 - 14:31

  6. What happens if I uninstall the PolicyKey?

    If you uninstall the PolicyKey from any device you use to connect to the Internet, you will no ...

    FAQ - Anonymous - Jul 14 2011 - 14:28

  7. How do I know the PolicyKey software is running?

    ... to the HSU wireless network, you can be pretty sure the PolicyKey software is running! You can double-check by right-clicking ... Task Manager. Click the Processes tab and you'll see PolicyKey.exe in the list of running processes. ...

    FAQ - Anonymous - Jul 14 2011 - 14:27

  8. Is the PolicyKey compatible with my system?

    If you're running Windows or a Mac, the answer is yes. Currently, Linux systems are not required to install a policy key.

    FAQ - Anonymous - Jul 14 2011 - 14:25

  9. Do I have to install the PolicyKey?

    Yes, if you are running a Windows PC or a Mac. The PolicyKey opens up access to the network, and you cannot connect without it. ...

    FAQ - Anonymous - Jul 14 2011 - 14:23

  10. What does the PolicyKey actually do?

    The PolicyKey continuously scans your system to ensure it stays within the ...

    FAQ - Anonymous - Jul 14 2011 - 14:22

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