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Moving County Office Form

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CALS Extension Information Technology (EIT) needs to know when county offices will be moving two months prior to the move date by submitting the form below. This allows enough time for the internet service provider that we contract with to arrange to have the dedicated phone lines moved in time. Failure to do so will likely result in no internet connection to the new location for four to six weeks. After you submit the form, you will receive a HelpDesk confirmation message via e-mail. Keep this message until after the move is completed. Please keep EIT informed of any delays or changes by replying to the confirmation message you received.

The costs associated with wiring the new location, wire, patch panels, outlets, labor and other expenses are the responsibility of the county.

What will EIT do to assist with the move?

EIT will answer any questions regarding wiring and locating the computer system.

Minimum requirements:

– Clean, well ventilated, accessible location for the equipment.

– CAT 5 cables (“B” protocol) pulled from a patch panel to each location where you may want to place a computer, printer or any other device to be connected to the network.

(It is recommended to pull at least two CAT 5 cables per location)

– Area Information Management Agents will assist with deciding where to place data jacks, system consoles and other hardware. Contact them to schedule a time to do this.

– The helpdesk will be available via phone to talk you through many problems associated with setting up the computer system.

– If schedules permit, the Area Information Management Agents will assist you in moving the computer system.

Every effort will be made to ensure a smooth transition. However, it is wise to keep all e-mail and correspondence regarding the move until after the move actually takes place. This will make it possible to determine changes that need to be made in the process, if a problem occurs.

The most important factor to a smooth (technology) transition is to make sure that EIT is kept “in the loop”.

County Move Form

This form was integrated into the previous version of this page from EIT Help Aids. The actual form is not listed below, however, the field labels were as follows:

Contact Person’s Name

E-Mail Address


Expected Date of Move

Current Street Address



New Street Address




Written By

Janyne Kizer, N.C. Cooperative ExtensionJanyne KizerTechnology Support Specialist Call Janyne Email Janyne Extension Information Technology
NC State Extension, NC State University
Page Last Updated: 8 years ago
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