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ICT support UT-workstation for employees

The LISA offers support in the use of the UT Workstation. The support entails installing and managing the required software. As an employee, you have the option of performing the installation and the management yourself, or leaving this to the LISA. In the event that you would like to partially manage your workstation yourself, this may have an impact on the type of support and the costs associated with this. The support can be subdivided into 1st, 2nd and 3rd line support and is offered in three different 'packages':

  1. The UT managed workstation (Windows 10)
  2. The Standard UT workstation (Windows 7)
  3. The Basic UT workstation (Windows 7)
  4. The Bespoke UT workstation

Detailed discription UT workstation.


When using a UT workstation, you are automatically entitled to Standard UT workstation support. Should you wish to expand this to the Basic UT workstation or the bespoke workstation, the faculty first has to approve this request. Because these two types of workstation support relate to 2nd line and 3rd line support, the time provided for the support by the LISA is registered and passed on separately. Once the request has been approved, you can contact the Service Desk.


You can find more information about the costs at the self service portal.


In order to obtain support for your UT workstation, you have to have:

  • employee registration at the UT;
  • a UT workstation.

The 1st line support aims to resolve problems within 10 minutes. If this is not possible, 2nd line support is then given and delivery depends on the problem. This also applies in the case of 3rd line support.


For support, use the self-service portal and the manuals. Should you have any other questions or should a fault occur, please contact the Service desk ICT.

Additional information

Meant by 1st line support is the support that is provided by the Service desk ICT, by telephone, by e-mail or at the reception desk in the Citadel entrance O&O plaza. 2nd line support means that if the 1st line support does not suffice, a workplace supporter on site will assist you further. 3rd line support refers to support for bespoke workstations that are not covered by the standard UT workstation packages and require special treatment.


See also

UT workstation for employees, UT workstation for graduate students

Servicedesk ICT
Library, ICT Services and Archive

Access only through the Citadel side entrance at the O&O square.