Remote Desktop with a Windows PC
If you are not in a University buidling, you must use the Technology Services' Virtual Private Networking (VPN). For instructions on how to do this, visit the Technology Services VPN website.
If you are in a University buidling, you do not need to use the VPN connection. However, you should still use it if you are experiencing issues.
From your start menu search for and select the program "Remote Desktop Connection".
Click here to see a list of available machines that you can remote to.
Once you have selected a machine, copy & paste or type its name into the Remote Desktop Connection window.
Click the 'Connect' button.
You should now see the ACF logon screen. It should say "Log on to UOFI" below the password field. This is the domain you want to log into. If you are having credential errors, put "UOFI\" before your netid.
At this point, you should logon to the computer using your netID and Campus Active Directory (AD) password - just as if you were physically sitting in the lab.
To Modify the Resolution
You can change the resolution of the Remote Desktop window.
Before you login, select 'Options' from the Remote Desktop Connection window
From the 'Options' window, select the 'Display' tab.
From this window you can select which resolution you wish to use for the Remote Desktop application.
By default, this Remote Desktop program is set to print to the local printer (at your home, dorm, etc.).
To verify this, click 'Options' again, and select the 'Local Resources' tab.
Note that under the 'Local Resources' tab, 'Printers' is checked.