Remote work resources

Articles related to working and learning remotely from home or off-campus.

Articles (15)

Using Duo while travelling

This article includes alternatives for using Duo authentication when travelling outside of the United States, or in circumstances where you might not have access to WiFi/internet or a smartphone.

Using the Zoom app

Information on downloading and using the Zoom App

Accessing your personal voicemail from off campus

How to access your voicemail when you are not on campus

Connecting to VPN (Windows)

Instructions for installing and running the VPN client on a Windows computer

Connecting to VPN (Mac or iOS)

Instructions for installing and running the VPN client on a computer running macOS or iOS

Connecting to VPN (Linux)

Instructions for installing and running the VPN client (f5) on computer running Linux

Connecting to M: multidrive (Mac - minimally managed or personal)

Instructions for connecting to Multidrive on a minimally managed or personal Mac device

Connecting to M: multidrive (Windows - minimally managed or personal)

How to connect to the Multidrive on a minimally managed or personal device running Windows 10

Connecting to M: multidrive using the command line (Linux)

Instructions for connecting to M: multidrive on a fully managed Linux machine (command line)

Remote access to office or private lab devices

How to get remote access to a private office or lab device, to which you are allowed

Connecting to a campus Windows computer (Windows)

This article lists which software is available on remote.mtu.edu and instructions for connecting from a Windows computer.

Connecting to a campus Windows computer (Mac)

How to use the Microsoft Remote Desktop to connect to a remote Windows device

Connecting to a campus Windows computer (Linux)

How to remotely connect to a campus Windows PC from a computer running Linux

Connecting to a campus Linux computer

Instructions for remotely connecting to a Linux computer

Remote screen sharing between Windows and macOS

This article explains the options for connecting to a Mac from a Windows computer, for the purposes of screen sharing.