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Manually Set Up Pharos Pop-Up Client: 1. At the top left corner of your screen, click the Apple icon.
Article Id: 18059
Category: Network & Connectivity

Install Remote Desktop Connection Client 1. Go to Tigerware and download Microsoft Remote Desktop Client 2.1.1 . 2. Double-click RDC_2.1.1.dmg , the downloaded installation file. (If you do not...
Article Id: 14866
Category: Network & Connectivity

General Information Flip4Mac WMV lets you view Windows Media content on the Internet using a web browser with Windows Media Components for QuickTime. Flip4Mac components allow you to play, import, convert and make Windows Media...
Article Id: 14749
Category: Software & Tools

Setting the default operating system in Windows using Boot Camp is significantly different from the directions in Mac OS X. However, choosing the default operating system will allow users to choose which operating system to boot upon start up without going through menus and restarts. 1. First, users should look for the Boot Camp...
Article Id: 9485
Category: Software & Tools

Mac OS X: Boot Camp Additional Troubleshooting A common problem users may encounter using Boot Camp deals with disk partitions. In order to install Windows using Boot Camp Assistant, the disk musk be a single partition formatted as a Mac OS X Extended volume. Additionally, Boot Camp only works with internal disks, so installing Windows on an external...
Article Id: 9805
Category: Boot Camp

General Information Boot Camp is software included with OS X so you can run compatible versions of Microsoft Windows on an Intel-based Mac. You can run the Windows operating system on your Mac at native...
Article Id: 17432
Category: Boot Camp

Mac OS X: Boot Camp Troubleshooting Boot Camp is used to run the Windows Operating System on a Mac computer. Occasionally, users will experience problems installing or running Boot Camp. This article will cover the several methods of troubleshooting available for Boot Camp. The most common and useful method is simply accessing the Apple support site located...
Article Id: 9732
Category: Boot Camp

How to Clear Cached/Saved Credentials on MacOS (10.8+) Keychain Access, found in the Utilties application folder, is a tool that allows the user to save credentials in a secure cache, eliminating the need to remember dozens of usernames and passwords. To clear the cache of saved credentials, follow the instructions...
Article Id: 19653
Category: Security Information

The following instructions will show you how to use SSH on your Mac. 1. Open the Terminal . 2. Type the following command, and then hit enter: ssh username@classes.csc.lsu.edu NOTE : Replace the "username" part of username@classes.
Article Id: 10646
Category: Security Information