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. 

 

Instructions

If your computer is running Windows 8,  Instructions for running Windows 8

If your computer is running Windows 7, Instructions for running Windows 7

If your computer is running Windows Vista, Instructions for running Windows Vista

If you are using a Macintosh computer, Instructions for using a Macintosh computer

 

Notes:

  1. When making a Remote Desktop Connection to RDS, please ONLY store files on the I, O and N drives.
  2. Please be sure to log out when you're finished working. Find and use the log out button to successfully log out. DO NOT click the "X" to log out.