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Announcements

  • – Digital Services

    Forms Security Update

    To mitigate the forms vulnerability issue that recently occurred, Web Services has updated our Form component to utilize the latest version of Google reCAPTCHA and change the email submission system. We have run an automated replacement for all forms on AEM sites but we do require your assistance. The changes will only be effective once your form(s) are configured correctly and are republished by you. Instructions are found here.

    If you are unsure if your site has a form we have culled together a listing of all pages (both activated and deactivated) on School of Medicine sites with forms in them that can be viewed here.

  • – Digital Services

    Known Issues & Upcoming Deployment Dates

    The Known Issues webpage posts bugs and estimated resolution dates, as well as workarounds for several known issues. This is a great resource to review if you have encountered an AEM issue. Deployments to release fixes to bugs take place every other Tuesday, and author is unavailable from 4:00 - 6:00 pm during deployment. Deployment dates are posted on the known issues page.

  • – Touch UI Transition

    Touch UI Launch

    The AEM authoring environment has been successfully updated to Touch UI. The Touch UI Transition website provides comprehensive training and documentation to support authors as they learn how to use the new interface. Materials include videos, a quick start guide, and detailed component documentation.

 New to AEM: Requirements

Active SUNet ID

The SUNet ID is an account name that identifies you, uniquely and permanently, as a member of the Stanford community.

Setup Stanford VPN

Stanford VPN client to connect required to conect to AEM. You must select the 'Full Traffic non-split-tunnel' group option when connecting. If you use Cardinal Key you may select 'CardinalKey-FullTraffic'.

Complete AEM Training

A one-time training is required. First, request an AEM starter account for access to the AEM training environment, then enroll in the online course.

  1. Request AEM account
  2. Take AEM online course

Gain Site Access

After training you may request access to an existing AEM website, or request a new site be created. Note: Access requires written approval from the designated site/business owner. Please be sure to attach the written approval to the access request form. Alternatively, you can have the owner submit the request for you.  Only School of Medicine affiliates may request a new site.

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