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Combien d’élèves avez-vous par classe?

La taille des classes est déterminée par le Ministère hongkongais de l’éducation, et ce pour chacun de nos 4 campus.
Certaines de nos groupes d’âge peuvent remplir cette capacité maximale et certains peuvent être en deçà ; notre taille de classe moyenne est de 23 élèves.

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Qu’est-ce qu’une part de fondateur et quelle est la différence entre une part privée et une part de société ?

Le Lycée Français International (LFI) est détenu et géré par une organisation à but non lucratif (The French International School Victor Segalen Association Limited [l’« Association »]), qui est une société anonyme hongkongaise à statut d’organisation caritative.
En achetant une part de fondateur, le détenteur de la part accepte de devenir membre de l’« Association » et d’être soumis à ses statuts.
L’inscription au LFI est conditionnelle à l’achat d’une part de fondateur.
Une part de fondateur de société est achetée par l’employeur d’un des parents (société inscrite au Hong Kong Company Registry), et s’il s’agit d’une part de société dite « mature » (c.à.d. détenue par une société depuis au moins 1 an), celle-ci est prioritaire sur la liste d’attente de la filière internationale.
Une part privée est une part de fondateur achetée par les parents eux-mêmes.

Veuillez cliquer sur https://www.fis.edu.hk/fr/part-de-fondateur pour plus de détails.

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Que se passe-t-il si le statut de priorité de mon enfant évolue ?

Le statut de priorité de votre enfant peut évoluer, par exemple en cas d’attribution d’une part de société mature ou du fait de l’entrée d’un frère ou d’une sœur dans la filière internationale.
Dans ces cas de figure, votre enfant sera placé sur la liste d’attente conformément à son nouveau classement, en fonction de la date à laquelle le changement de statut de priorité de votre enfant a eu lieu.

How to access iTop?

  1. Launch iTop by usng one of the following ways:
     
              

         


     Scan this code

     

  2. Sign in using your Windows user name and password.

What do I need to be aware of after changing Windows password?

After changing the password, you may require to connect your mobile phone and your laptop with the school wifi using your new password.  

You will also need to use your new password to access the following applications:

  • Dynamic 365
  • Engage
  • G Suite e.g. Gmail, Drive 
  • iTop
  • Microsoft Team
  • One Drive
  • Outlook client and webmail
  • Papercut
  • Windows
  • The mobile app of the above applications that have been installed in your mobile phone.
  • Any other applications that use Windows password for authentication.

Password(s) to other applications that are not listed above will not be changed.

How do I change my Windows password?

Important: 
  • Click here to learn about the password complexity when considering a new password.
  • When prompted for sign in, please enter username@lfis.edu.hk ; even if you only use username@g.lfis.edu.hk, you are required to enter username@lfis.edu.hk
  • After changing your password, your previous password will no longer be valid.  So, please sign out from Windows and sign back in with your new password to complete the authentication.
 
Below are the steps for changing password.  Here is a video clip if you would like to watch a quick demo.
  1. Please sign in using username@lfis.edu.hk when prompted.  Click here to go to the change password page.
  2. Enter the following information to change your password.   

 

How to share documents stored in Google Shared drives

Even if a document is stored in Google Shared Drives, you can share individual files. Use the following steaps to share all types of GooglE files including Google Docs, Sheets, Slides and Forms. 

  1. How to share a file

    a) Right click the file you want to share , select Share

    b) Enter the email address(es) of the person of people to whom you want to grant access and in the dropdown list , select the appropriate level of permission for the users you will invite to collaborate. 

    c) You can choose to send a message when you have completed the sharing process.

    • Edit : People can make changes, accept or reject suggestions, and share the file with others.
    • Comment : People can make comments and suggestions, but can’t change or share the file with others.
    • View: People can view, but can’t change or share the file with others.
  2. Define who has access to the file

    To add  or remove permissions on a shared file, you can click on the link Who has access

    • Link Sharing: If the feature is Turn On, the system provides you wa link that you can share with others.

      Note : It's important to remember that activating the link share option reduces the amount of control you have over who can see the document. One of your reviewers could share the link with others, and those others would be able to access the document.

    • Member Access : members that are listed under the Shared drive icon  are granted permissions through the Shared drive Share settings. You can upgrade an individual user's access to a file.
    • Additionnal users'access:  people who have been given access to the file , but are not members of the Shared Derives are listed at the botton of the Who has access window. You can change their access permissions or remove them from access

How to set share options for Shared Drives

After creating a Shared Drives, determine and set you share options by following the steps below.

  1. Right-click on the name of the Google Shared drives that you want to shared. Select Shared drive settings

  2. In the Shared drives Settings, the share options available are:

    Click Edit by the sharing option you want to modify.

    • Sharing outside French International School of Hong Kong​: select Only people inside French International School of Hong Kong​ if no one external to French International School of Hong Kong​ needs to access the document. This is the selection to use when collaborating across departments and groups.

      Select the sharing options for outside of French International School of Hong Kong​ only when necessary.

    • Sharing with non-members: When editing the Sharing with non-members setting, choose from these options:

      • ​Non-members of this Shared drives can be given access to files in this Shared drive : members of a Shared Drive have the option of sharing file with non-members. Learn how to securely share file with non-members
      • Only members of this Shared Drive can access files in this shared drive: members do not jhave the option of sharing files with non-members. This is the most secure setting.
    •  Download, copy and print: If you are editing Download, copy and print settings, you can further restrict sharing by preventing downloading, copying, and printing of files from the Shared drives. This restriction only applies to the Commenters and Viewers roles; Managers, Content Managers, and Contributors maintain these abilities.

  3. Click Apply after making each change and click Done to complete the process.

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Shared Drives vs My Drive

Shared Drives is a shared space that allow teams to store, search, and access their files anywhere from any device. Unlike My Drive, Shared Drives belongs to an entire Team instead of an individual. 

  My Drive Shared drives
Who can add files? The person who owns My Drive. Any member with Contributor, Content Manager or Manager access.
What types of files can I add? All file types. All file types (except Google Maps and Data Studio reports).
Can I restore files? Yes, if you’re an owner of the file. Yes, if you have the role of Contributor, Content Manager or Manager access in the shared drive.
Who owns files and folders? Individual who created the file or folder The team/group
Can I move files? Yes Yes, if you are the owner of the file and have the role of Manager, Content Manager, or Contributor in the shared drive.
Can I move folders? Yes It is not possible at this time to move folders from My Drive to shared drives.
Sharing? Different people might see different files in a folder, depending on their access to individual files. It is also possible to share at the folder level inside My Drive. All team members see the same set of files. It is possible to share at the file level with someone not in your shared drive. You cannot share at the folder level in shared drives.
How long do deleted files stay in trash? Files in the My Drive trash folder are not automatically deleted and can be restored. Each shared drive has its own trash.
Only members with the role of Manager or Content Manager can delete files.
After 30 days, all files/folders in the trash are deleted permanently.

Members with the role of Manager, Content Manager, or Contributor can restore shared drive content from Trash.

Inherited Permissions Permissions at the folder level are passed down to files created in the folder. Permissions set on a specific file in My Drive will be transferred when migrated to a shared drive.

Example: If junior@g.lfis.edu.hk is not a member of the shared drives but he is an editor on a file migrated to the shared drive, junior@g.lfis.edu.hk will maintain his access to the file after its migration to shared drives. Inherited permissions on a My Drive folder are not transferred to the shared drive folder.

Attaching a Google File to a Google Calendar Invite Navigate to any My Drive file from within a Calendar invite. Navigate to any shared drive file from within a Calendar invite.
Mobile Device Support Shared drives are supported on mobile devices, but accessibility and performance vary depending on application and OS. My Drive is supported on mobile devices.
Can I sync files to my computer? Yes, using Drive File Stream at the French International School of Hong Kong Yes, using Drive File Stream at the French International School of Hong Kong

Password Complexity Requirements

When considering a new password, you are advised to adopt the following complexity rules:

  • Minimum password length is 8 characters.
  • Does not contain user’s account name or part of the user’s full name.
  • Contains characters from three of the following four categories:
    • English character(s) uppercase (A through Z)
    • English character(s) lowercase (a through z)
    • One or more numbers
    • Special characters (for example, !, $, #, %)

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