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Instructions for Connecting to the Virtual Desktop

For Desktop/Laptops:

When you sign in to Azure Virtual Desktop, use your UNF ID email address and password, not a personal Microsoft account.

  1. Open the Remote Desktop Web Client (click to launch in your default browser).
    Remote Desktop Web Client
  2. On the Microsoft Sign in page, enter your UNF  ID email address (ex. N01234567@unf.edu), then select Next.Sign In microsoft page
  3. Select Work or school account. Do not use any personal Microsoft account you might own. 2-First-time-sign-in
  4. Follow the Microsoft login prompt and Authenticate with Two-Step Login if requested.
  5. On the Stay signed in? page, select Yes to reduce how often you need to sign in (this is recommended). StaySignedIn
  6. Select the MyWings remoteapp from the UNF Apps workspace 
    UNFapps-mywings
  7. Allow “Access to local resources” if you wish.
    access-local-resources
  8. Enter your N#@unf.edu and Password again. Authenticate with Two-Step Login if requested enter your id and password
  9. After 15-20 seconds, It should present the unf mywings page and allow you to login without having to enter your password again.
  10. mywings-remoteOnce back into the myWings Portal select the registration tile. you will now have secure access to the UNF registration system.registration tile in mywings

 

For iOS Devices:

Download the Microsoft Remote Desktop client from the iOS App Store or iTunes.

To add a workspace:

  1. On the Connection Center screen, tap +, and then tap Add workspace.
  2. In the Feed URL field, enter the URL for the feed you want to add. For our system, please use https://rdweb.wvd.microsoft.com/api/arm/feeddiscovery
  3. Tap Next.
  4. Provide your credentials when prompted.
    • For User name, give the user name of an account (the user name should be in the form of n00000000@unf.edu) with permission to access resources.
    • For Password, give the password for the account.
    • You may also be prompted to give additional information depending on the settings your admin configured authentication with.
  5. Tap Save.
  6. After you've finished, the Connection Center should display the remote resources.

  7. Once subscribed to a feed, the feed content will update automatically on a regular basis. Resources may be added, changed, or removed based on changes made by your administrator. Visit Get started with the iOS client for additional assistance. 
  8. To enable the display to auto rotate from Landscape to Portrait:
    1. From the Workspaces screen, select the Ellipsis (…) in the top left and select Settings
    2. workspace-ellipisSelect Display
    3. settingsSelect Orientation
    4. OrientationSelect Auto Adjust
    5. autoadjustThe display should now automatically rotate from Portrait to Landscape mode.

For Android Devices:

To add remote resources:

  1. In the Connection Center, tap +, and then tap Remote Resource Feed.
  2. Enter the Feed URL. For our system, please use https://rdweb.wvd.microsoft.com/api/arm/feeddiscovery
  3. Tap Next.
  4. Provide your sign-in information when prompted. The credentials you should use can vary based on the deployment and can include:
    • For User name, give the user name of an account (the user name should be in the form of n00000000@unf.edu) with permission to access resources.
    • For Password, give the password for the account.
    • Additional factor, which you may be prompted for a if authentication was configured that way by your admin.
  5. When you're done, tap Save.
  6. The remote resources will be displayed in the Connection Center. Visit Get started with the Android client for additional assistance. 
  7. To enable the display to auto rotate from Landscape to Portrait:
    1. From the Workspaces screen, click on the three vertical lines in the top left of the screen
    2. mobile workspace for androidSelect Display
    3. Mobile select display on androidSelect Auto Adjust
    4. auto adjust setting on androidThe display should now automatically rotate from Portrait to Landscape mode.

Both iOS and Android Phones:

Enable Touch Screen usage vs Mouse

  1. After connecting to the myWings application, Click on the 2 arrows icon in the middle at the top of the screen
    two-arrows icon in mywings virtual
  2. Click on the touch icon, second from the left
  3. mywings-touch-iconSelect Done
  4. The connection should now be set to use touch mode instead of mouse mode