After you connect to Citrix, you can complete the following.

Jump menu:  Selecting an application  |  Navigating out of a folder  |  Accessing network drives  |  Accessing a VM  |

Selecting an application

A few of the more commonly used applications include:

  • Windows Internet Explorer 11 (in the Internet Explorer folder): Needed for access to the DCRI Intranet and to web applications that require this browser—such as InForm and for owners on SharePoint site collections.
  • EPM Time Card link (in the DCRI Test folder): The time card version of Enterprise Project Management (EPM) for employee time tracking.
  • Microsoft Office 2010 (in the Office 2010 folder): Full versions of Access, Excel, OneNote, PowerPoint, Project, and Word.
  • RightFax: Desktop faxing software.
Navigating out of a folder
Once in a folder, you can return to the landing page by clicking Categories in the upper left area.
Accessing network drives

Clicking Windows Explorer (in the DCRI Test folder) opens a representation of the Windows Explorer for your computer. On the left panel, select Network>Client\ to access folders on network drives and folders (that you have permission to access).

Accessing a VM To access a virtual machine (or to reach the desktop of your DCRI-owned computer currently running in a DCRI facility), use the Remote Desktop Connection application. For guidance on how to use it, see the instructions for using Remote Desktop Connection with Cisco AnyConnect.
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DCRIconnect User Guide Last updated: August 25, 2017
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