OnBase technology provides electronic storage of any file type (email, presentations, images, spreadsheets, web forms).
OnBase was upgraded on August 3rd. Please attend one of the two training sessions to learn about the new features.
Training Opportunities (open in Chrome, Internet Explorer or Safari)
From Banner INB you can place your cursor on the ID field on any Banner INB form and press and hold CTRL Left Mouse Click. See instructions for more details.
Contact the Help Desk and they will create a work ticket for our OnBase Support staff.
You can markup a document directly in OnBase. The markup feature allows you to highlight, draw lines, freehand, text boxes, draw shapes and many more.
OnBase Unity can seamlessly interact with applications on your PC like Outlook and Banner INB; it can only be accessed while you are using your machine on campus or remotely via a VMWare client that gives you access to a Windows desktop that has OnBase Unity preinstalled. Call help desk to set this up at (717) 871-7777.
OnBase Web can be accessed anywhere with an internet connection using Internet Explorer or Safari.
With the latest upgrade of OnBase Safari is now supported and the interface is easy to use. Go here -> OnBase Web
OnBase Web is supported by Internet Explorer & Safari.
OnBase can be installed on your iPad. Simply go to the App Store, download "OnBase Mobile" and follow the simple ipad install instructions.
If you are not actively using OnBase for more than 30 minutes, OnBase will prompt you to continue using OnBase. If you do not answer the prompt, OnBase will automatically log you off.
Currently the iPad is the only mobile device directly supported by Millersville's OnBase application. If you want other devices supported, contact the Help Desk (717) 871-7777 and submit your request.
You can easily upload emails. Click here for detailed instructions.
You are able to permanently block out areas of a document so that sensitive data is not visible to other OnBase users. Please click here
Yes, Notes can be placed on documents and shared with others or kept private. Click here for detailed instructions.
Yes! When you have the student's M# highlighted, you can hold the Control Button down and then Left Click with your mouse; all the student's documents in OnBase which you have access to will be displayed. Click here
This can be done in Unity using Page Edit mode within the Unity Client.
No, there is not need to print and then scan your document. You can print directly into OnBase from any application (Adobe, Word, Excel, Web) direct into OnBase using Hyland's Virtual Print Driver
Hopefully there is no need to print and you can opt to email a link or attachment. However, if it is necessary, simply click on "Send To" and you will find the option for printing.
You must request special access to administer OnBase security groups. Click here
You can easily Markup documents in OnBase Unity.
Once we archive our paper documents electronically, when should our office destroy our paper documents?
Information Technology recommends that you do not immediately destroy your documents. Your office must retain the documents for a minimum of two weeks.
Some paper documents might require a longer retention than the two week minimum.
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