Most Windows PCs in the College of Engineering have the ability to receive remote access requests from our users while they are off-campus or on OSUwireless.
Step 1 – Request remote desktop access to the CoE desktop system
Send an e-mail to email@example.com requesting remote access to your on-campus system.
In your email message please include:
- the name of your College of Engineering department or center.
- the name of the on-campus system if you know it. If you do not know the name of the system, ETS will attempt to identify it for you. The name of the system will be required in Step 4 below.
Step 2 – Install/Connect Pulse Secure VPN on Your Personal Computer
The Pulse Secure VPN client provides secure access to internal COE resources. This should be installed on ETS managed systems, but you can download and install the tool on personal computers as well. Instructions on how to download, install and run the software for various computer platforms can be found at:
After installation of the Pulse Secure VPN Client and acknowledgement that remote access to your on-campus system is enabled, establish a Pulse Secure VPN session and proceed to Step 3.
Step 3 – Start Remote Desktop Application on Personal Computer
Click on the Windows START button and in the search box type “remote desktop”.
Hit ENTER to start the Remote Desktop application.
Step 4 – Enter Desktop System Name and User Name to connect to campus PC
The Remote Desktop application should appear similar to the image below.
On your first connection to a campus computer, often a pop-up window like this one appears, simply click on the checkbox to “Don’t ask me again for connections to this computer” and click “Yes” button.
This will accept the connection this time and in future times.
Step 5: Disconnecting v.s. Logging off a Remote Desktop session
When you are done with your work on the remote campus Windows PC, you can either:
To (2) log off, click on the “Start Button” and click on “Sign Out” in the account options.
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