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Software Applications

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The following software applications are installed on the vDesktop Windows image

  • Microsoft Office Suite (2019)
  • Google Chrome
  • Google Earth Pro
  • Mozilla Firefox
  • Adobe Reader DC
  • AlphaView
  • Alteryx Designer
  • AcrGIS Pro
  • Azure Data Studio
  • IBM SPSS Amos
  • IBM SPSS Statistics
  • IDEA
  • Maple
  • Minitab
  • Palisade Tools
    • @RISK, Evolver, NeuralTools, PrecisionTools, StatTools, TopRank
  • SQL Server Management Studio
  • R (x64)
  • SAP
    • Analyzer
    • Query Designer
    • Report Designer
    • SAP Business Client
    • Web Application Designer
  • SAS
  • SigmaPlot
  • VLC Player
  • Wolfram Mathematica


All Engineering students and faculty have access to the vDesktop Engineering image.

When logging in to vDesktop, select the "vDesktop Engineer" template to access the following applications.

  • Microsoft Office Suite (2019)
  • Google Chrome
  • Google Earth Pro
  • Mozilla Firefox
  • Abaqus
  • Adobe Reader DC
  • Ansys
  • ArcGlobe/ArcMap
  • Aspen Plus
  • EES
  • Granta EduPack
  • Hydrus-1D
  • Mathcad
  • RISA-2D
  • Rocscience
  • RSA SurePDF
  • SolidWorks
  • VLC Player


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Classroom Technologies Hotline



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wireless printing

Wifi Printing is currently NOT supported in the Residence Hall.  Unit recommends students connect with bluetooth enabled devices. 


Internet Ready/SMART TV and Gaming devices, such as Apple TV, Roku, XBOX and others may have limited functionality with our network configurations.

Many students on campus may wish to connect to a VPrint printer using their own laptop. This is an option, however a print driver will have to be installed on the laptop. Visit this page for instructions.