Remote Desktop Services

Using a Remote Desktop Connection to connect to a server named "RDS" will enable faculty and staff to access Outlook e-mail, network drives, and Office Applications from home or while traveling. 

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Instructions

 If your computer is running Windows 7, click here for instructions.

 If your computer is running Windows Vista,  click here for instructions.

 If your computer is running Windows XP,  click here for instructions.

 If you are using a Macintosh computer, click here for instructions.

 

Notes:

  1. The "RDS" server replaces a server that provided similar services called "Remote".
  2. It will take a little over a minute to first log-in to "RDS", however subsequent log-ins will take only a few seconds.
  3. When making a Remote Desktop Connection to RDS, please ONLY store files on the I, O and N drives.