Remote Access to Software Applications - Macintosh to Macintosh
We reduced the number of computers physically accessible in labs and public computing spaces to better protect the health and well-being of the Hamilton Community. These spaces are reduced by a minimum of 50%. The remaining resources will be made available through a remote connection to allow for continued use of the applications on those machines, both on and off campus.
3. FIND COMPUTER TO CONNECT WITH ON MAP
- Once logged in, click Maps. You will notice active dots within Burke Library on a campus map. These dots signify the remote computers available for use.
- When you click on one of these locations, a list of public computing spaces will be displayed.
- Click on one of the two locations via the blue links labeled remote lab macOS / windows - to see the available remote computers within that space.
- You will see a list of computers and their status of availability in the second column.
- Locate a computer that states it is available and click on Connect on that particular machine
- You can also use the Search for Software at the top of the screen to locate a computer with specific software installed.
4. CONNECT WITH AN AVAILABLE COMPUTER
- When you click Connect, a window will appear.
- Once a successful connection to the remote computer is established you will see the MacOS login screen, along with the Information Technology User Agreement below.
- When prompted, type your Hamilton username and password
- Students will only type username
- Faculty & Staff will only type username
- Login with your Hamilton username and sign in.
5. LOG OFF
Please remember to sign out of the remote computer when you are finished.
These instructions were developed using Google Chrome as a browser. Please note some steps/screenshots may vary in other browsers.
Last updated: September 3, 2021