Need Help?

Helpdesk at your service!

Dear AUP Community members,

In this challenging context of remote working due to COVID-19, AUP ITS Team has set up interactive online support and services, one dedicated to students and the other to faculty and staff. These services enable us to give a quick response to your needs in terms of technology. Our priority is to provide you with suitable IT services that will help you accomplish your day-to-day tasks. Our online services and support include the usual ticketing system along with online meeting and calls, remote interventions and more:

Thank you all for your kind collaboration,

The ITS Team

WHERE TO FIND US

Of course, you can also see us in person. To do so, please make an appointment on Libcal.

IT SERVICES

69 Quai d'Orsay, 75007 Paris, France

+33(0)1 40 62 06 96      helpdeskataup.edu

IT support hours: Monday to Friday from 8.30 am to 6 pm, Quai d’Orsay, room Q-A201

Multimedia and Classroom technology support hours: 8 am to 8.45 pm, Quai d'Orsay, room Q-502 (ext. 819)

Frequently Asked Questions

What is a ticket and how do I submit one? How does the ticketing system work?

To get help from the It Services, you may call, email us, or step by the office. Please note we do not fix personal devices.

​We use a ticketing program called GLPI (Gestion Libre de Parc Informatique) to track and respond to IT problems and manage them.

When should I send a ticket?

Do you have a question about technology? Is a piece of hardware or software not working correctly? Send us an email to let us help you find a solution to your technological challenges. ​

How does it work? ​

> Send an email to helpdesk@aup.edu  ​or submit a ticket by going to https://helpdesk.aup.edu.

> We receive the ticket and assign it to the ITS team member ​best qualified to help you out.

> Once a ticket is assigned, you will receive a response via email from helpdesk@aup.edu.

> In order to follow-up on the ticket or respond, just reply directly to the email sent by Helpdesk on Outlook, like you would for any email.

> All correspondence concerning your ticket should be handled through email replies.