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The desktop on lab computers is useful for instrumentation and running of experiments. An Internet desktop is available by connecting to win.uio.no using
Start -> All Programs -> Accessories -> Remote Desktop Connection
Before you connect you may select to make your local C:-drive available on the Internet desktop. Go to Show Options->Local Resources->More.
Sitting outside UiO, you may connect to the instrumentation desktop in the lab. First open a desktop on win.uio.no, as described above, then search for "remote" on win.uio.no and select to run Remote Desktop again. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org to get to know the Internet name/address of your lab computer.
In some rare cases, a serviceman needs to connect directly to the lab computer. Ask the serviceman to let us know which ip-address he is connecting from, e.g. by using http://whatismyipaddress.com. Then contact email@example.com for more help. State the name of the lab computer as well as the serviceman's ip-address.
In some rare cases the lab computer needs direct access to one or more sites on the Internet. Ask firstname.lastname@example.org to set this up. State the name of the lab computer and the addresses of the website. (Access to Microsoft sites for Windows updates is already set up.)