Remote/Mobile Access

(a) How to connect to the VPN

Connecting to the LeedsVPN allows the data passing between locations, to be secure whilst it traverses the internet.

(b) How to use Desktop Anywhere.

Desktop Anywhere provides access to University IT services in a familiar cluster-style desktop from anywhere.

(c) Access the Faculty Windows Terminal Server.

How to logon, and use the Faculty Windows remote desktop servers from anywhere.

(d) Access the Faculty Linux Terminal Server.

How to logon, and use the Faculty Linux remote desktop servers from anywhere.

(e) Access your Windows desktop machine

How to access your desktop machine from anywhere.

(f) Share files using FTP

How to transfer files to/from anywhere using FTP

(g) Direct access to File Spaces from off-Campus

How to access M:, N:, and Z: from off-Campus

(h) Remote Printing

How to print to a University printer from anywhere.

(i) SSH access

Accessing Linux systems via SSH

Topic revision: r20 - 09 Oct 2017 - StuartBorthwick
 
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