Windows 10: Microsoft Quick Start, Bring your Own Device

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Quick Start: Quick Start: Bring your Own Device

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5 things to get going quickly

Using your own device at work or school? Here’s how to get set up.

Follow these steps…

1. Add your work or school accountAdd Your work or school account

Follow these steps…

Select the Startwindows Iconbutton > SettingsSettings Icon > AccountsPerson Icon > Access work or schoolBriefcase Icon > ConnectPlus Sign Icon > type your work or school email address > Next > and then finish the rest of the wizard.

 

2. Set up your work account in the Mail appSelect Accounts. Add Account

Select the Startwindows Icon  button > find MailMail Icon in the list of apps and open it > enter your work or school email address when you first set up the app.

If you’ve already set up the Mail app with a personal account, then add your account to the app. Here’s how:

  1. Select Accounts
  2. Select Add accountPlus Sign Icon
  3. Select your work account
  • If you don’t see it listed, select Advanced set­up and follow the instructions.

 

 

If you already use Outlook…Have Outlook 2016 App

Setting up an additional work account won’t take long.

Have Outlook 2016 (the desktop app)?

Open the app and select File > Info > Add Account and follow the instructions.

If you use Outlook.com…

The steps are similar, but they’re different for each version of the app.

The simplest thing to do is open the app, select the question mark in the upper right, and search for “add account.”

 

 

3. Set up your Calendar account Select settings, select manage accounts, select add account 1

Select the Startwindows Icon button > find CalendarCalendar Icon in the list of apps and open it.

  1. Select SettingsSettings Icon
  2. Select Manage Accounts
  3. Select Add AccountSelect settings, select manage accounts, select add account 2
  • And then follow the instructions in the window that opens.

 

 

 

4. Connect to Wi-Fi select wifi, select network and then connect1

If your work or school has a Wi-Fi network, you’ll want to be on it. You’re going to need to get the password from your support person before you can connect.

  • Select Wi-Fi WiFi Icon
    • It’s on the taskbar in the lower right corner of the desktop.
  • Select a network and then Connectselect wifi, select network and then connect2

 

 

5. Connect to work or school resources

If adding your work or school email account in step 1 above didn’t automatically give you access to network resources, you’ll need to connect to them.

Note that connecting to them can mean that you give up some control of your settings. For example, your passwords might have to meet their requirements. For more info, you’re going to have to ask your work or school.follow these steps. . .

Follow these steps…

Select the Startwindows Iconbutton > SettingsSettings Icon > AccountsPerson Icon > Access work or schoolBriefcase Icon  > ConnectPlus Sign Icon.

 

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