1 Unicenter Service Desk v11 (USD) Training Materials for Analysts 1
2 Table of Contents Introduction... 3 Logging In as an Analyst... 4 Reading the Scoreboard... 5 My Requests...5 Viewing My Group Unassigned Requests... 7 Creating a New Request... 9 Using the Profile Browser... 9 Adding Properties to a Request Viewing a Request History for a Contact Viewing Notification History Responding to and/or Updating Requests Changing the Priority Level of a Request Changing the Status of a Request Adding and Viewing Assets Adding an Asset Viewing an Asset Manual Notifications Viewing a Closed Request Personalizing Responses Creating a New Personalized Response Accessing the Personalized Response or Global Personalized Response Closing a Request Printing Forms Logging Out Logging In to USD as an Employee Creating a New Request To change the Request Area field: Viewing My Request Auto Notifications
3 Introduction Welcome to the MCPS Unicenter Service Desk (USD). USD is an online application that can be used by all MCPS staff to request technology assistance. Analysts (Help Desk, ITSS, and second-level supports) will use USD to open, transfer, manage, respond to, and close technology requests. Analysts can also use USD and its search tools to track technology requests. Communications with customers can be associated with a request and documented using the manual function. 3
4 Logging In as an Analyst NOTE: Users will only have access to USD Online from an MCPS location. Users will NOT have access to USD at home. 1. Go to the MCPS website: 2. Click on Staff. 3. In the Technology column, locate the Unicenter Service Desk link. 4. Click on the Unicenter Service Desk link to login to the site. USD Login Screen 5. Use your Outlook username and password to login. The Help Desk Tech Support Center home page will display. USD Home Page 4
5 Reading the Scoreboard There are different ways to view requests using the Scoreboard. Analysts may view requests assigned to themselves, requests assigned to their group, and/or search for requests. My Requests The Scoreboard shows the current requests for the analyst. 1. Look at the Scoreboard region on the left of your screen and locate the My Queue menu. Scoreboard Region 2. Click on the + symbol to the left of My Queue. The menu will expand. 3. Click on the My Requests link. A list of assigned tickets will display. My Queue Expanded Menu 5
6 Analyst s Assigned Requests list The Headers will display the following: Column Name Request # Location Status Open Date Priority Level Group/Parent Contact Description Request Number Allows request to be tracked by specified location of problem Request is either open (active), closed (inactive), being researched, or work in progress. Date request was created 4 is Normal, 3 is High, 2 is VIP, and 1 is Emergency Group is the group to which the request is assigned. If there is a parent request for the problem, it will be listed there Assignee NOTE: Some of the Headers are sortable. 4. Click on a Request # to open and view the request. The Request Detail will display. Request Detail 6
7 Viewing My Group Unassigned Requests All analysts will be able to access Group Unassigned Requests in order to view requests not yet assigned to anyone in the group that the analyst belongs to. For example, an ES ITSS may choose to view the Group Unassigned Requests at the end of the work day to check for any unassigned requests from end-users from their schools that have not yet been assigned by the Help Desk. 1. Look at the Scoreboard region on the left of your screen. My Group Unassigned Requests link 2. Click on the My Group Unassigned Requests link. The Request List for the group will display. 3. Headers display the following: Request List for group Column Name Request # Location Status Open Date Description Request Number Allows request to be tracked by specified location of problem Request is either open (active), closed (inactive), being researched, or work in progress. Date request was created 7
8 Priority Level Group/Parent Contact 4 is Normal, 3 is High, 2 is VIP, and 1 is Emergency Group is the group it s assigned to and Parent is if there is a parent request for the problem, it will be listed there. Assignee NOTE: The location should match the end-user s school number or department number. 4. Click on a Request # to open and view the request. The Request Detail will display. Request Detail 5. Type in a request number in the top right corner next to Request to do a quick search by the request number and click the Go button. Searching by Request Number NOTE: Group/Parent Header: This is a system used by the Help Desk. It is not currently used by other analysts. Request List for Analyst 8
9 6. The Headers will display the following: Column Name Request # Location Status Open Date Priority Level Group/Parent Contact Description Request Number Allows request to be tracked by specified location of problem Request is either open (active), closed (inactive), researching, and work in progress. Date request was created 4 is Normal, 3 is High, 2 is VIP, and 1 is Emergency Group is the group it s assigned to and Parent is if there is a parent request for the problem, it will be listed there. Assignee NOTE: The location should match the requester s school number or department number. 7. Click on a Request # to open and view the request. The Request Detail will display. Creating a New Request There are different ways to create New Requests. One of the ways is to use Profile Browser, which is explained below. Using the Profile Browser The quickest and easiest way to create a new request is to use the Profile Browser. Using the Profile Browser will allow you to add information much more efficiently, since many of its fields will automatically populate with information pulled in from the Profile Browser Contact Search. Scenario: The ITSS receives an from a teacher requesting support to fix a TV that will not display the DE Streaming video in full screen. The ITSS will create a new request using the Profile Browser. 9
10 1. Click the View menu from the USD home page. View Menu 2. Select Profile Browser. The Profile Browser Contact Search window will display. Profile Browser Contact Search Window 3. Click in the Last Name field and type the end user s last name. NOTE: If unsure of the spelling of the last name, type in a few letters of the last name and click the tab key for a list of contact names. 4. Click in the First Name field and type the user s first name. 5. Click on the Search button. The Profile Browser Contact List window will display. Profile Browser Contact List 10
11 6. Click on the name of the contact. The Contact Information window will open. Contact Information window 7. In the scratchpad region at the bottom of the window, type the issue details. NOTE: Click on the Spelling button to check spelling in the Scratchpad. 8. Click the New button. Scratchpad Region 11
12 9. The Contact Information for the end user will populate in the request. Create New Request Page NOTE: The Affected End User, Location Description, Summary, Description Field, and Assignee will populate. The fields with an asterisk are required fields. If you are NOT the person assigned to resolve this request, delete your name as the Assignee under the Assignee field. 10. Fields are described below: Field Name Description Affected End User Will auto-fill with the end user s name Request Area Click in the field to select the customer s request area from the Request Area Selection. 12
13 Status Will default to Open, but can be changed by using the drop down menu. Priority Assignee Group Will always default to 4-Normal and can be changed by an analyst using the drop down menu. Analyst to whom the request is to be assigned. Click the Group heading to select the assigned analyst s group from the list. Location and Location Description Call Back Date/Time Will auto-fill with the customer s school # and school name Select an option if a call back is necessary using the drop down menu. Summary Description Will auto-fill with a few words from the Description field. Will auto-fill with what is entered in the Scratch Pad region on the Create a New Request screen. 11. Click Save. 13
14 Adding Properties to a Request Properties must be added when hardware replacement for printers or computers is requested. 1. Open a Request. 2. Click the Edit button. Open Request 3. Click on the Request Area field heading. The Request Area menu will display. Request Area menu 4. Expand the Request area that corresponds with the end-user s location by clicking the plus sign to the left of the Request Area name. Expanded Request Area menu 14
15 5. Expand the Hardware Repair link. Expanded Hardware Repair menu 6. Select the hardware (computer, printer) that corresponds to the request. The Request Area field will populate with this information. 7. In the Summary Information, click the Properties tab. The Properties tab will display. 8. Fill in the fields in the Properties Summary Information Area. These fields include: Computer manufacturer, Computer model, Current location for computer, serial number and barcode. Properties Tab Adding Properties in the Summary Information 15
16 NOTE: Viewing Assets will help analysts who have limited information regarding the hardware. For example, if the analyst is missing the barcode or serial number, viewing the Asset will allow the analyst to access the missing hardware information. Viewing a Request History for a Contact Viewing the Request History of the End-User will allow the analyst to gain background information regarding request history. The analyst will be able to view any open, or closed request information as well as the assignee information. This information may help to quickly identify additional information that may be needed to resolve the request. 1. Click the View menu from the USD home page. View Menu 2. Select Profile Browser. The Profile Browser Contact Search window will display. Profile Browser Contact Search Window 3. Click in the Last Name field and type the end user s last name. NOTE: If unsure of the spelling of the last name, type in a few letters of the last name and click the tab key for a list of contact names. 4. Click in the First Name field and type the end-user s first name. 16
17 5. Click on the Search button. The Profile Browser Contact List window will display. Profile Browser Contact List 6. Click on the name of the contact. The Contact Information window will open. Contact Information window 17
18 7. Click the Request History link in the Contact region on the left of the screen. The enduser s Request History will display. End-user Request History Viewing Notification History Analysts can view the Notification History of an end-user to get background information on an on-going request. 1. From the Request History, click on the request # of the request to be opened. The request information will display. Customer Request History 18
19 2. From the Request Detail page, click on View and choose Notification History. Request Detail 3. The Notification History information will display. Notification History for Request# Responding to and/or Updating Requests There are different ways to view requests using the Scoreboard. Users may view requests assignment to themselves 19
20 Changing the Priority Level of a Request 1. From the request list, right click on the request # of the request to be opened. A menu is displayed. 2. Select Escalate. The Escalate Request Window is displayed. Escalate Request window 3. Select the priority level from the drop-down menu in the New Priority field. 4. Click Save. Priority Options 20
21 Changing the Status of a Request NOTE: The End-user will receive an auto-notification message via Outlook when the status of the request is updated. 1. Open the Request Detail window. Request Detail Window 2. Click the Activities menu on the Navigation bar. Activities Menu 3. Select the activity to be updated. The following table explains each: Field Name Update Status Callback Research Transfer Escalate Log Comment Manual Notify Description Allows analyst to choose Close, Research, Fix in progress, or Hold a request Analysts can use callback as a reminder to call customer back. All callbacks can be stored and viewed. Additional information is needed, possibly from vendor, customer, or another analyst. Allows analyst to transfer request to another analyst. Allows analyst to escalate request to a higher priority for resolution Allows analyst to give additional information regarding request. Allows analyst to send to customer regarding request. Allows analyst to send to another analyst or second-level support or technology 21
22 consultant. Provides a history of all transactions attached to the request. 4. Click Save after updates have been made. NOTE: A shortcut to update the status of a request is to right click on the Request # from the Request List and choose the activity from the drop down menu. Adding and Viewing Assets Analysts may use Assets to view missing information for a hardware replacement, such as barcode or serial number. This does NOT take the place of Properties since Assets will not provide the Current Location or Requested Location for the hardware. Adding an Asset 1. From the request list, right click on the request # of the request to be opened. A menu is displayed. 2. Select Edit. The Update Request window is displayed. 3. Click the Asset field heading. Update Request window 22
23 4. In the Name field, type in the barcode number or the serial number of the hardware. 5. Click the Search button. Asset Search Window 6. The Asset Search list will display. 7. Click the name of the asset. Asset List Window 1. Right-click on the Asset Name in the Asset List. 2. Choose View in the Right-click Menu. 23
24 3. The Asset information will display the Asset Detail field. NOTE: The analyst can view the missing information, such as the barcode, serial number, model or manufacturer, and add it to the Properties tab. 8. Click Save. Viewing the Asset Detail for a Ticket Update Request Window via Asset Information Viewing an Asset If the analyst needs to view hardware details they can view this information from the asset details. 1. From the request list, right click on the request # of the request to be opened. A menu is displayed. Asset details 24
25 2. Select Edit. The Update Request window is displayed. Update Request Area 3. Click on the Asset. 4. The Asset information will display the Asset Detail. Viewing the Asset Detail for a Ticket Manual Notifications Manual Notifications are used when you want to send an and associate it with the request. Examples: Correspondence with the end-user for follow-up questions, contact another analyst, or second level support for additional info, or contact a principal for confirmation of rights. The sent message is logged in the Activities tab so there is a record of what was sent to whom. 1. From the request list, right click on the request # of the request to be opened. A menu is displayed. Request List with rightclick menu 25
26 2. Select Manual Notify from the menu. The Manual Notification for Request will display. 3. Click the Add Recipient button. Manual Notification for Request Area 4. Type the name of the recipient for your manual notification. 5. Select the recipient from the list. Contact Search Area 6. Click the arrow symbol. 7. Click the OK button. 26
27 8. Type the Message Title and Message Text. 9. Click on the Clear Text button to delete text from the manual notification. 10. Click the Notify button to send your Manual Notification. Manual Notification Message Example NOTE: The Manual Notification will be sent automatically to the recipient in Outlook, including a link to view the Request. Manual Notification via Outlook Example 27
28 Searching for a Request An analyst can search for a request using a variety of search filters. 1. Click the Search button on the navigation bar. Navigation bar 2. Select Requests. The Request List screen will display. 3. Click on the Show Filter button. Requests Selection 4. The Search filter region is displayed. Request List Search filter region 28
29 5. Enter the search criteria; you can enter as many criteria as you want. Field Name Assignment Status Assignee Group Status Priority Active Request Area Configuration Item Reported by End User Name End User ID End User Location End User Organization Description Determines if the request is assigned or unassigned to an analyst. Person who assigned the request Group to which the request is assigned Determines if the request is active or inactive. 4 is Normal, 3 is High, 2 is VIP and 1 is Emergency Defines the request as closed or open. Category Asset End-User or Analyst that created the initial request Name of the person having difficulty End-User ID of the person having difficulty Location of the person having difficulty Organization of the person having difficulty NOTE: Activated wildcard search: Analysts can enter a few letters without entering the wildcard % symbol. When the Tab key is tapped the result will be as if the wildcard % was used. An example would be kli for klingman in the End User Name field. 6. Click the More button ( ) to view additional search filters. The date filters are displayed. Additional search filters NOTE: Users can use the data parameters when searching for closed requests, such as the Earliest Open Date and Latest Open Date. 29
30 7. Click the More button ( ) to view additional search filters. The summary and description filters are displayed. More search filters NOTE: Users can use the wildcard % search to look for requests containing specific words. Users can also search by request summary to find solutions to similar issues. Viewing a Closed Request An analyst can retrieve information from previously closed requests. 1. Click the Search button on the navigation bar. Navigation bar Requests Selection 2. Select Requests. The Request List screen will display. 30
31 Request List 3. Click on the Show Filter button. The Search filter region is displayed. Search filter region 4. Click the drop down arrow in the Active field. A list of selections is displayed. 5. Select Inactive. Active field menu 6. Click the Search button. The Request List is displayed and only the closed tickets are listed. Search button 7. Click on a Request number to view the request detail. Request List for Closed Tickets 31
32 Personalizing Responses Analysts can save time by creating personalized responses for requests that require similar information to resolve the problem or request additional information from an end-user. Some groups, such as the Help Desk will use Global Personalized Responses for certain kinds of requests. Global Personalized Responses will be created by the USD administrator. The Global Personalized Responses will be accessible to all analysts. NOTE: Make the name unique. Do not use a generic name when naming the personalized response. For example, include initials or a number in the name. Creating a New Personalized Response 1. Click the File menu. A menu is displayed. File Menu Bar 2. Select New Personalized Response. The Create Personalized Response window will open. Create New Personalized Response Window 32
33 3. Click in the Name field and type in a name. NOTE: Choose a name that corresponds to the response. Remember to include initials or a number in the name to identify the personalized response as your own. 4. Click in the Response field and type in a response. 5. Click Save. New Personalized Response Example Accessing the Personalized Response or Global Personalized Response 1. Open the Request Detail window. Request Detail Window 33
34 2. Click the Activities menu on the Navigation bar. Activities Menu 3. Select Update Status. The Status Change window is displayed. Status Change Window 4. Click on the drop-down menu under Personalized Response and select an appropriate response. Personalized Response list 34
35 5. Click in the User Description field. The response will display inside the user description field. User Description field 6. Click the drop down menu for New Status and update the status of the request. 7. Click Save. Status field Closing a Request 1. From the request list, right click on the request # of the request to be opened. A menu is displayed. Request List with right-click menu 35
36 2. Right-click on the Request # to be closed. The Right-click menu will display. Right-click Menu for Ticket Number 3. Choose Update Status. The Status Change Request window will display. 4. Type in the solution to the problem in the User Description field. Status Change to Close Request 36
37 5. Click on the drop-down menu under New Status. 6. Select Closed. New Status Drop Down Menu 7. Click Save. 37
38 Printing Forms You can print a report of your requests. This report function is available for individual request detail. 1. Go to the window on which you want to report. 2. Click File on the navigation bar. 3. Select Print Form. File Menu 4. Click Print when the Print window displays. The Request List window prints the information provided on the Unicenter summary screen (see below): Request List Window 38
39 The Request Detail report provides all the details on each request in the report (see below): Request Detail Report Logging Out 1. Click the Log Out link on the upper center area next to the Analyst s name. Log Out link 39
40 Logging In to USD as an Employee 1. Type emp: before your Outlook username. 2. Type in your Outlook password. NOTE: End-Users will only put in the username and password. End-Users will NOT need to add emp: before the Outlook username. 3. Click the Log In button. The Unicenter Service Desk home page will display. Employee Interface Home Page 40
41 4. Under the Request Support area, click on the Create a new Request link. The Unicenter Service Desk home page will display. Creating a New Request 1. To create a request, under the Request Support area, click on the Create a new Request link. 2. The Request Detail window will open and the Request will have a Request number assigned to it. Request Detail Window 41
42 The following table describes the fields in the Request Detail window: Field Name Reported by Phone Number Address Priority Request Area Request Description Description Automatically populates with the ticket creator s name. Automatically populates with the ticket creator s work phone number. To change the phone number, click in the field and type the correct information. Automatically populates with the ticket creator s address. This field will default to 4-Normal. Employee will not be able to change the priority level. Only an analyst is able to change this field. This is a required field. Here you will identify the work location and type of problem you are reporting.. See steps below. Allows analyst to give additional information regarding request. To change the Request Area field: 1. Click on the Request Area button to choose the Area for the request. NOTE: Choosing the correct Request Area will ensure that your request is sent directly to the group that can most quickly resolve your problem. 2. Under Request Area, click on the symbol to expand the menus. 3. Select the areas that matches your location and type of problem. Request Area Selection 4. If your request is not related to a computer/printer problem, click Other. 5. If your request is related to a computer or printer, click on the symbol to expand the Hardware Repair link and choose the hardware that corresponds to your request. Hardware Repair Request Area Selection 42
43 6. Five required fields will display under the Request Description. 7. Fill in the Request Description field with specific details about the problem. 8. If requesting Hardware support, you must provide the following information in the appropriate fields: Current location Computer manufacturer Computer model MCPS barcode Serial number Request Detail Window NOTE: Include your classroom number in your request description. 9. Click on the Spelling button to check your spelling. 10. Click the Attach Document button to upload and attach pictures or other information related to the problem. Request Detail Window 43
44 11. Click on the Save button to save your request. This will also send your request to the appropriate analyst for resolution. Attachment Window Viewing My Request 1. Under Look up my existing Requests, click on the You have ( ) My Requests link. Employee Interface Home Page 2. The My Requests window will display. 3. Click on a Request number to view the details of each request. 44
45 Viewing Request List for End-User 4. The Request Detail will display. Viewing Request Detail for End-User Auto Notifications NOTE: You will receive auto notifications via Outlook each time your request is created, updated, escalated, or closed. You should review the auto notification, since the analyst often includes comments when adding information regarding your request. Auto Notify example message via Outlook 1. Open your Outlook Inbox to view your Auto Notification messages. 2. Click on the Notify, Auto message to view the comments regarding your request. 45
46 Auto Notification Message via Outlook 3. Click on the link provided in the message to log in to USD to view your request information. 46
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