Before scheduling your session, please coordinate with the ROSS training team to ensure the ROSS Training or Practice server is available during your session. View the ROSS Training and Practice schedule for scheduled maintenance on.
ROSS TRAINING SERVER
Reserving the ROSS Training Server
To schedule the use of the Training server, email the ROSS Training SME (email@example.com. Please include in the email the following:
1. Which server do you want to reserve: Training; Practice; or both.
2. Dates of training.
3. Type of training (Basic ROSS, D310, California ROSS, etc.).
4. City, State and location (BLM computer room, college, etc.) of training.
5. Contact information for person during the training.
6. You will receive an email confirmation that your session is on the schedule.
You will be assigned one of the three Training instances (Training 1, Training 2, or Training 3).
Download Training from the Download Apps page.
Training instances are reset at 2000 MT each Friday. The reset removes the data from the week and sets it back to the base data.
Notify the ROSS Training SME firstname.lastname@example.org to postpone the reset if your session spans a Friday night.
Each Training instance contains data to support the scenarios in the ROSS, D310 and California training scenarios.
Data may also be used for other training.
Please forward any data issues to Nancy Moore at email@example.com.
Training usernames are generic and identified in each training's courseware.
You will not have access to the training server until you are assigned a password.
Each Training instance has a new password generated every Friday.
The password works for every user account in that Training instance.
Training passwords cannot be changed or locked up.
Course Coordinators will receive the password the Monday of their session.
THE PRACTICE SERVER
Scheduled use of the Practice server (drills, practice etc.) should be scheduled with the ROSS training SME to ensure Practice is available during your session.
User Names and Passwords
Access to the Practice server requires a NAP account. Students must go through the normal process of requesting a NAP account.
It is the responsibility of the cadre to give students access to the ROSS Practice server as needed.
Click here to download Practice Download Apps
Questions: Contact Nancy Moore firstname.lastname@example.org (505) 238-1732.
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