"How To" Videos
From CAEDM Help Pages
This page acts as an access point for some of the instructional videos produced by CAEDM for the enrichment of it's users. Each video covers a broad topic regarding how to use the computing resources provided by the Ira A. Fulton College of Engineering and Technology for its students.
An Introduction to CAEDM
A brief introduction to computing resources available in the Ira A. Fulton College of Engineering and Technology.
Using a CAEDM Computer
Thin Client lab computers, RGS SAM Client software, Citrix Client software, application Loading time, CAEDM Account Manager, J: Drive, restoring backed-up files, personal web space, group file space, managing groups, printing, CD / DVD burning, card readers, scanning.
Using a CAEDM Laptop Station
You can use your personal laptop or netbook to run all the CAEDM applications as if you were using an actual CAEDM lab machine.
Accessing Your CAEDM Files
Accessing your files outside of CAEDM labs by mapping your J:Drive fileshare; how to unmap your J:Drive; how to access your J:Drive from off campus by using an SFTP or SCP client such as WinSCP.
How to use RGS in CAEDM. There is a separate video covering how to install the RGS SAM client on your own computer. Covers changing screen resolutions, logging, in, choosing workstation types, running applications, logging off, and reconnecting to a disconnected session.
The CAEDM J:Drive
This video answers the questions: What is the J:Drive? Why would I want to use my J:Drive? Where is my J:Drive available automatically?