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How to Connect Remotely to the Computer Labs


Mac Users

Fetch. You can download Fetch for free through MyUCDavis. In the tabs along the top of the page, click on "UCD Resources," and to the far left, "Software." At the left of the next page, click on the folder titled "Internet Tools." Fetch should appear in the list; click on the name, and in the page that follows, "Download."

Fugu. You can download Fugu for free through MyUCDavis. In the tabs along the top of the page, click on "UCD Resources," and to the far left, "Software." At the left of the next page, click on the folder titled "Internet Tools." 

 

PC Users

WinSCP. If you use a PC in your office and would like to connect remotely to your computer classroom in Olson or Hart Hall, use the WinSCP client software, which you can download for free through MyUCDavis. In the tabs along the top of the page, click on "UCD Resources," and to the far left, "Software." At the left of the next page, click on the folder titled "Internet Tools."

 

An Important Note on Connecting Remotely

In the past, the address for the servers in Olson was lm-ol2.ucdavis.edu. Since that address sometimes caused confusion, our Olson Computer Lab Manager created a new shortcut address, olson.ucdavis.edu. As usual, please remember not to type an @ before "ucdavis.edu" but a dot instead. Both addresses will connect you to the Olson server. Using the new address for the first time, you might see a warning popup about certificate authentication, but click OK and you should connect.

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