remote desktop

Networking Applications

UConn offers many ways to access the university network and resources while off-campus. Each of them can benefit a particular function and have different methods of access. Skybox  User Guides Online and desktop client access Virtual desktop UCONN-SECURE EFS Drives University software AnyWare User Guides Citrix Receiver download needed, but web-based access Online access available EFS […]

Disable Sleep and Hibernate on Windows

Disable Sleep and Hibernate in control panel Start Control panel Hardware and Sound Change when the computer sleeps Put the computer to sleep: Never Save Changes Click on “Change advanced power settings“ Expand Sleep Expand Hibernate after Set the Minutes to 0 to turn off 11. Click “Ok” 12. Save Changes and Close Window Keywords: […]

Secure Remote Desktop Access (SRDA)

  As a faculty, staff, or student, you can access computers that you use within your local computer network remotely using the Remote Desktop technology built into computer and/or server operating systems. These instructions will guide you through accessing your Remote Desktop securely from outside of the UConn network without connecting to the UITS VPN. […]

Installing Remote Desktop on Windows

    *Step 1 and 2 require access to your UConn Windows workstation Step 1: Enable Remote Desktop on Your University Device If you already have your computer configured to receive remote desktop protocol connections: e.g., you connect remotely already through a virtual private network (VPN connection), you can skip steps 1 and 2 and […]

Installing Remote Desktop on iOS

    You can install and set up Microsoft Remote Desktop from your Windows workstation computer to a personal iOS device. *Steps 1 and 2 require access to your work computer Step 1: Enable Remote Desktop on Your University Device If you already have your computer configured to receive remote desktop protocol connections: e.g., you […]

Installing Remote Desktop on Mac OS X

    You can install and set up Microsoft Remote Desktop from your Windows workstation computer to a personal Mac. *Steps 1 and 2 require access to your Windows work computer Step 1: Enable Remote Desktop on Your University Device If you already have your computer configured to receive remote desktop protocol connections: e.g., you connect remotely […]

Installing Remote Desktop on Android

    You can install and set up Microsoft Remote Desktop from your Windows workstation computer to a personal android device. *Steps 1 and 2 require access to your work computer Step 1: Enable Remote Desktop on Your University Device If you already have your computer configured to receive remote desktop protocol connections: e.g., you […]