SAS for Windows Version 9 can be accessed on EDTECH-TS2, our terminal server.
If after reading these instructions, you have questions, please contact the Technology Support Center at 217-206-6000 or email@example.com.
To access SAS from on-campus,
- Start the Remote Desktop Connection (see next section) and log into EDTECH-TS2 server.
- Use your NetID, password, under the UISAD domain (third item in login screen) to log into EDTECH-TS2.
- Start SAS from Start, Programs menu
To Start Remote Desktop Connection on your computer and logging in/exiting the terminal server, EDTECH-TS2:
The following are detailed instructions for accessing the Remote Desktop from the Windows 7 desktop:
- Go to Start.
- Click on All Programs, then Accessories, and then Remote Desktop Connection.
- Once the Remote Desktop Connection dialog box appears, type in “edtech-ts2″ into the text box.
- Select the Options button, then click on the Local Resources tab.
- In order to print from your home printer, check the Printers box.
- Select Connect.
- Log in using your NetID and password. Make sure that “UISAD” is selected as the domain.
- Once finished with your session, simply select Start and then logoff, then hit the “X” button at the top of the screen
To access SAS from off-campus
- Install the Cisco AnyConnect VPN Client.
- Start the AnyConnect client from Start, All Programs, Cisco, Cisco AnyConnect VPN Client, Cisco AnyConnect VPN Client.
- Once you have started AnyConnect, follow the instructions above for using Remote Desktop to connect to EDTECH-TS2.
Saving on the Remote Desktop
While connected to the server, save files to the Local Hard Disk. Files can then be saved to Box, for access once disconnected from EDTECH-TS2.
Printing on the Remote Desktop
On campus, printing is allowed on the server and the standard fees bound to printing on campus still apply. When you are ready to print, simply select the printer in the location nearest to you.
From off-campus, if you have a printer on your computer you may print directly to your own printer while connected to the server. Details on how this is done are listed above in the “How to connect” section.
The easiest way to print is to save files on a local drive, minimize the remote desktop, and print from your local computer.