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My Virtual Computing Lab: Windows Computers

You can connect to My Virtual Computing Lab from Windows-based computers in two different ways: Remote Desktop or RemoteApp. Determine which connection method best suits your needs.

Caution:

If you are off campus, you must connect to the Internet with your Internet Service Provider (ISP) such as Time Warner or Verizon, then run Cisco AnyConnect software before you connect to My Virtual Computing Lab.

Software Name Remote Desktop
(Windows, Macintosh or Linux)
RemoteApp
(Windows only)

ArcGIS 10.1

ArcMap10.1

Yes Yes

ArcCatalog 10.1

Yes Yes

ArcGIS Administrator

Yes No

ArcGlobe 10.1

Yes No

ArcScene 10.1

Yes Yes

ArcGIS Desktop 10.1 Help

Yes No

ArcGIS Document Defragmenter

Yes No

MXD Doctor

Yes No

Python 2.7

Yes No

IDLE (Python GUI)

Yes No

Module Docs

Yes No

Python (command line)

Yes No

Python Manuals

Yes No

Karel the Robot

Yes Yes

Maple 17

Yes Yes

Classic Worksheet Maple 17

Yes No

Maple Calculator

Yes No

Shared Server Maple 17

Yes No

Mint

Yes No

MATLAB R2012b

Yes Yes
MATLAB R2013a Yes Yes

Microsoft Office 2010

Microsoft Access 2010

Yes Yes

Microsoft Excel 2010

Yes Yes

Microsoft PowerPoint 2010

Yes Yes

Microsoft Publisher 2010

Yes Yes

Microsoft Word 2010

Yes Yes

Microsoft Visual Studio 2010 Express

Microsoft Visual C# 2010 Express

Yes Yes

Microsoft Visual C++ 2010 Express

Yes Yes

Microsoft Visual Web Developer 2010 Express

Yes Yes

Try Visual Studio 2010 Professional

Yes No

Visual Studio Command Prompt (2010)

Yes No

Minitab 16 Statistical Software

Yes Yes
SAS 9.3 Yes Yes

(IBM) SPSS Statistics 21

Yes Yes

(IBM) SPSS Help Start

Yes No

Wolfram Mathematica 9

Yes Yes

Wolfram Mathematica 9 Kernel

Yes No

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