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We use a Virtual Desktop and Applications environment to access applications needed during your exercise hours, study or work @UNIBZ. You have access to a Windows 10 environment with several applications you will be needing to accomplish assignments and tasks.
To access the Virtual Desktop and Applications:
You can borrow a notebook for the day in our Library, just go to the info desk with your Student Card and ask for one. The notebook must be given back at the end of the day.
Keep in mind, the notebooks will only work inside our Campus where there is Wi-Fi coverage.
The notebooks can be borrowed anytime during the normal opening hours of the Library: Mon.-Fri. 8am-7pm, Sat. 9am-5pm.
Point your browser at https://desktop.scientificnet.org/. You can select:
ln -s /lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/libudev.so.1 /lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/libudev.so.0
sudo sh ./VMware-Horizon-Client-x.x.x-yyyyyyy.arch.bundle
The VMware View client needs to be configured the first time it is used.
Press the “+” button
and type https://desktop.scientificnet.org as server.
login with your UNIBZ credentials
and choose Windows Labs
The first run will take a couple of minutes to log you in to your desktop.
If you need to access your desktops and you don't have the possibility to install the client, you can use a HTML5 compatible browser. This access is offered as best effort, there are some know issues, i.e. you have to use the US keyboard layout. We won't provide support for this type of access.
Put your credentials and dont'forget to choose UNIBZ as domain
Select Windows Labs
Virtual desktops are available the PC labs E231/E331/E431/A518 in the E and A building. To access them just power on a PC and choose
1) View Client - VDI Desktop
The VMware View client starts and in a couple of seconds the login dialog will pop up. Please choose UNIBZ as you domain ant type in your username and password.
If your desktop does not start automatically with Windows 10, you can start it by choosing Windows Labs. The first run will take a couple of minutes to log you in to your desktop.
If you are using your personal computer to connect to the Labs, you can access and save data in it.
on Windows → Start → File explorer → select This PC → in Devices and drives you will see Username on PersonalComputerName Double click and you will find all the data contained in your personal computer. You can open them, edit them or save new documents in your local computer.
If you do not see the USB drive connect it manually:
If you disconnect from the View client the session will run for 2 hours. After this time your virtual desktop will be powered off and unsaved work will be lost. There is no time limitation if you stay connected.