How to connect to the windows server

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Remote Desktop on Mac

  1. I do not use a Mac computer, so read through the instructions below and go through the following YouTube video.
    • You must be connected to the university VPN. If you are unsure how to do that, contact EITS. The IP address for the Windows server is 128.192.148.254. You will be sent a login and password by me through UGA SendFiles.
  2. Go to "Starting Pheonix WinNonLin"

Remote Desktop in Windows

  1. Get a login and password from me. I will send it to you through SendFiles.
  2. Connect to the university VPN if you are off-campus.
  3. Type "Remote Desktop Connection" in the Search Bar
    1. RDP001.png
  4. Click "Remote Desktop Connection"
    1. RDP002.png
  5. Click Show Options.png
  6. Put in your Student Number. I am demonstrating for Student1.
    1. RDP004.png
  7. Click the RDP005.png button
    1. RDP006.png
  8. Put in your student password and check remember me.
    1. RDP007.png
  9. Click RDP008.png
    1. RDP009.png
  10. Click the "Don't ask me again for connections to this computer" and Click RDP010.png
  11. It will take a while to get set up in Windows. When it is finished, it will look like this:
    1. RDP011.png

Starting Pheonix WinNonLin

  1. Click RDP012.png
    1. This is the program that you will use.
  2. When you first open up Phoenix WinNonLin, you will get the following dialog. If you are Student1, you will have everything set up for you.
    1. RDP014.png
  3. At the command bar, go to Edit and then Preferences. It will look like the following:
    1. RDP015.png
  4. Click the Licensing "+"
  5. Select License Server Configuration
    1. RDP017.png
  6. Click the "Add" button
    1. RDP018.png
  7. Select License Management
    1. RDP019.png
  8. Click RDP020.png
  9. If everything worked, it should say RDP023.png
    1. RDP022.png
  10. Click the "OK" button in the dialog and
  11. Then go to File and Exit to quit Pheonix WinNonLin
  12. The next time you click: RDP012.png . You should see the RDP024.png. The orange dot indicates that WinNonLin is active.