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Tableau Server Upgraded to 10.3.1

The Tableau Production Server was upgraded from version 10.1.3 to 10.3.1 July 27, 2017. Tableau developers were given the following information on updating their Tableau Desktop application to version 10.3. ( Server is currently at 10.3.1; any version of 10.3 is fine, but we recommend that Developers not upgrade to 10.4 or beyond until we notify you that the server is also at 10.4. )

For additional information about 10.3, including descriptions of new features, please see these Tableau pages: 

10.3 New Features

Tableau 10.3 now available!

Tableau Learning Resources

Documentation

Knowledge Base Articles
These articles help with everything from troubleshooting UNH Tableau Server access to tips and tricks for Developers

UNH’s Tableau Acceptable Use Policy

All developers are required to read and sign off on this policy before using the UNH Tableau Server

Newsletter Archive

Read back issues of Tableau at UNH News, a semi-monthly newsletter for UNH's tableau Developers.

Online Resources

Self-paced learning guides form Tableau:

Tableau Quickstarts

Tableau Starter kits

Self-paced learning guides form Tableau:

Tableau YouTube Channel

Local Tableau user groups:

Southeast NH

Maine

Boston

Hands-on Training

Hands on Training schedule: For a complete list of available hands-on training sessions and UNH Tableau developer meet-ups, visit the IT Training page.

September 19 Tableau Meet-up and Office Hours

October 17 Tableau Meet-up and Office Hours

November 21 Tableau Meet-up and Office Hours

December 19 Tableau Meet-up and Office Hours

Additional Tableau Information

  • Server login info: Developers and Interactors must be logged on to the VPN in order to access tableau.unh.edu. Once connected, users will be challenged for their AD User ID and Password.
  • Licenses: The EIM team gives access to Tableau Desktop professional Software in support of a valid business need. Access may be revoked or changed appropriately if: a) employment with the University ends; b) professional responsibilities no longer require Tableau Server or a Tableau Desktop Pro license; or c) the scope of required access changes.  In addition, if a Tableau developer does not actively develop content on Tableau Server with Tableau Desktop Pro within three or more months of receiving it, EIM may revoke their Tableau Desktop Pro license.

Do you need more information or do you have questions? If so, please contact the information technology service desk at: https://www.unh.edu/it/service/get-help, or by calling 862-4242.