Remote Desktop Instructions
Remote Desktop gives you a faster, easier, and more reliable way to connect to the terminal server.
(Note: the Information Technology Department no longer recommends the use of Terminal Services to connect to the terminal server.)
- Remote Desktop will allow you to connect to your drives and files on the Terminal Server.
- If you use a Mac computer, please download the Microsoft Remote Desktop application (free) from the App Store - then follow the directions below.
Steps to connect using Remote Desktop
The download way (students only)
- Download the MSCST_ST.zip file by clicking the download link (Download 1KB ZIP)
- Open the file
- Double-click the MSCST_ST.rdp file that is inside
- Jump to step 4 under "The Windows way" below
The Windows way (students, faculty, and staff)
- In Windows, under programs, open the accessories tab.
- Click on the “Remote Desktop Connection”
- For the computer field enter 184.108.40.206 (Staff should use 220.127.116.11) and click Connect
- (If Asked) some PCs might need to click “connect” again, then Yes.
- You should now see a different screen pop up, this is our server, it will ask for:
- User Name –
- Password –
- Logon To: STUDENTS (Staff should use "IT")
- Make sure Logon to says Students, then enter you login name and password as normal.
Note: When you want to leave, close the program you're running (Word, GDP, etc), then click the LOGOFF & DISCONNECT (Orange Button) on the left.
Having problems connecting? Read the Remote Desktop Help Document
This system is restricted to authorized users for legitimate business purposes. Unauthorized access is a criminal violation of the law.
You are about to access a private network.
All access to this network is logged.
Violators will be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law!
Acceptable Use Policy
Acceptable Use Procedure