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Instructions for how to use the Remote Software website in order to access applications, programs, and software for classes off-campus.
The following programs are available to SLU faculty, staff, and students via the virtual SLU Windows Desktop.
A list of software available for students and faculty to install on their personal devices.
A list of software that is available for use on the public lab and classroom computers across campus.
A list of software that the university offers to be installed on personal devices.
A list of software installed by default on university-owned office computers, along with software that is available to be installed on request.
Instructions for both backing up and restoring data from Software Center after an association has been set in SCCM.
The following software will be available on all Lab and Classroom computers running Windows 7 during the Spring 2017 Semester. Please contact Sam Fuller (sfuller@stlawu.edu) or the ODY Service Desk (helpdesk@stlawu.edu) x5770 if you have any questions.
Software Center is a part the System Center Configuration Manager (SCCM) that is installed on most St. Lawrence University desktops and laptops running Microsoft Windows. Software Center shows software that has been installed, is available for install, as well as any Microsoft Updates that are required. In-place operating system upgrades and new operating deployments can also be made available through Software Center.
JAMF Pro Self Service is available on St. Lawrence University owned Mac devices. JAMF Pro Self Service can be used to install new software which the university owns and is licensed to distribute on campus. A helpful analogy is to think of Self Service as St. Lawrence University's version of the Apple App Store.
This article explains how to access and download software required by faculty for classes.