Interestingly, the IT folks are able to view the cams so late yesterday I asked if he would send me a still image of the feed so I could check for eggs. Lo and behold, as of this morning, there are 2 eggs in the nest! He reports yesterday there was one egg, this morning two, so since eggs are typically laid every 2-3 days we can figure the first egg was probably laid Saturday, March 12.
The other good news is, he sent me a link that I can now watch. Not only does this mean that I can monitor closer but it also means he is a step closer to fixing the problem and getting the live streaming restored on the web for everyone. Stay tuned...!!!