Enter your normal LSE network username and password but change the domain from 'TS1 (this computer)' to the 'LSE' option from the drop-down list.
Note: the first time you log on you may be warned that files on your H: space have been moved and you will need to log off and log on again to remote desktop.
Once logged on, if you double-click on the 'My Computer' you should see the drives you normally have mapped on your own machine, including your own C: and H: drives.
This means that when working with the remote desktop's version of Front Page you will still be able to access or import any files on your own machine.
Events Create an “event calendar” to promote things going on at your company.
Only do this if you have a substantial amount of events, otherwise your calendar will look bare.
IMPORTANT: If you are using the content management system to edit your pages, do not use the remote desktop to edit your pages.
Blogging and updating a news section of a website are two ways to keep content changing and fresh.
Instead, you should connect via the LSE VPN and use your own version of Internet Explorer (either IE6 or IE7 is supported).
More information on connecting via the LSE VPN is at And Resources/access Resources/The normal means of updating your website is from on campus but if needed, it is now possible to update your pages remotely.
Editors with copy Through sites should follow steps 1-4 below and then open their folder on Adminshared\Web by double-clicking on the shortcut created.
IT Services provide documentation for Mac and Linux users at LSE Remote Desktop.