You’ll want to follow these instructions on your Mac laptop and/or at-home Mac– not on the on-campus desktop computer! Before you begin, download and install Microsoft Remote Desktop free via the App Store to your Mac

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  1. Launch the Microsoft Remote Desktop application from your Applications folder. The appropriate icon can be seen to the left.
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  1. Once the application opens up, you’ll need to add your specific machine to the “My Desktops” list. To do so, click on New. A new dialog will appear.
  2. Enter WWCC for the Connection name
  3. Enter 134.39.200.110 for the PC name
  4. Enter wwcc\814******, your EID # for the username
  5. Enter your Net ID password
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  1. When you double click on your newly created RDP connection (“Office PC”), the following “Verify Certificate” prompt may appear. If it does, simply choose “Continue.” Your Windows screen should then appear to you.

The following instructions are for the first time using Remote Desktop. Once you have completed these steps, you can just select Remote Desktop, click connect and log in.

You can download the Remote Desktop Connection (RDC) client for Mac OS X from Microsoft.

Mac Remote Desktop Step 1
  1. Launch Remote Desktop Connection.
  2. Enter 134.39.200.110 for the IP.
  3. Click Connect.
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  1. Enter your 814*****EID #, for the username.
  2. Enter your NetID password.
  3. Enter wwcc for domain.
  4. Check the Add user information to your keychain box.
  5. Click OK.
Mac Remote Desktop Step 3
  1. Click Connect.
Mac Remote Desktop Step 4
  1. Enter your EID #814*****.
  2. Enter your NetID.
  3. Press Enter, or click the arrow to the right of your password.