Exporting Overview from Microsoft.com.
Microsoft products are subject to U.S. government jurisdiction and may not be exported without authorization to nations commonly referred to as country Group E. There is one anomaly: after Russia's invasion of Ukraine, the region of Crimea was listed - although technically not a country and consequently, not country Group E.
Microsoft may not export without authorization to:
See the Export Administration Regulations (EAR) Supp. 1 to Part 740. With regard to the region of Crimea, (EAR) 746.6.
- North Korea
- Region of Crimea
*Recent changes to the US sanctions may apply to Iran and Cuba. To determine eligibility of your transaction, please consult the OFAC Iran Sanctions Resource Center, the US BIS Cuba Guidance and OFAC Cuba Guidance.
Departments whose non-employees use ECU office space and ECU-owned computers should submit the MS Office 2016 request form to upgrade the ECU-owned computer. This form is only required for non-employees.
ECU-purchased Windows computers are automatically upgraded to the latest version of Office via KBox as updates become available. Currently, ECU supports Office 2013. If you need to opt out of this automatic update, please contact the IT Help Desk.
Want to learn about Office 2013 or Office 2016? Check out your FREE Lynda.com account for in-depth, online training.
Faculty and staff now have an Office 365 ProPlus subscription through ECU to download Microsoft Office to five personal PC/Mac computers, five tablets and five phones. Users log in to https://pirate365.ecu.edu with their PirateID.
All enrolled students have an Office 365 Pro Plus subscription email, calendar, contacts, Lync communication, OneDrive storage services and the latest Office suite. Students log in to http://mymail.ecu.edu with their PirateID.
Faculty/staff campus computers: Mac Skype and certificates available from the ECU Download Center; PC version is part of the ECU desktop/laptop image
Faculty/staff home computers: Part of the Office 365 Microsoft Office suite download.
Mobile: Free downloads from the appropriate app store
Services include instant messaging on or off campus with other ECU users, video conferencing, online presentations, online collaboration (including sharing your desktop and programs online), document transfers, integration with ECU email/calendar and more.
Learn more by visiting the Skype website.
Expression Web is a web authoring program from Microsoft available free to ECU faculty and staff for use on their campus Windows computer. Visit Microsoft's Learn Expression Web page and access short video tutorials on using Expression Web. To download, visit the ECU Download Center. Must log in with a valid PirateID while on campus.
The Expression Web design suite and tutorials are available to students free of charge from DreamSpark, a Microsoft website, using their ECU e-mail address and passphrase.
Step 1. Purchase a license. Departments purchase a license through the Microsoft Select Plus Academic Agreement vendor, Dell:
One Dell Way
RoundRock, TX 28682
Brent S. Lien
Step 2. Install the software. Submit the Software Installation or Repair request with a copy of the PO. Desktop Support will contact you.
Step 3. For follow-up inquiries about your license order, please contact Monica Moore at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Dowdy Student Store offers Microsoft products to faculty and staff through the Work-At-Home licensing agreement. Note that there is no free telephone support with either agreement.
- Windows 8
- Windows 7 Ultimate Upgrade OS (64-bit)
- Windows 7 Upgrade OS (32-bit)
Please note the following:
- Purchase is for work-related purposes only; non-university use is prohibited
- Retirees are not eligible for this program
- Valid ECU 1 Card required
- Staff complete the Campus Agreement Work @ Home Acceptance form