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Software Support & Licensing

Information about about software offered at UW. In addition, information about antivirus

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Adobe

The University of Wyoming is a program member of the Adobe Open Options Contractual Licensing Program (CLP). As a member, UW is able to secure volume pricing on various Adobe products.

This is only available to UW departments. Students can access Adobe products through the Student Labs.

If you have not purchased an Adobe software license from this link you will not have access to install the software. https://softwaredb.uwyo.edu/pls/software/f?p=100:101:4121389926373413:::::

Antivirus

Microsoft Endpoint Protection is the antivirus software provided free of charge to all University of Wyoming (UW) staff and faculty members for use on all UW-owned Windows computers, and is also installed on all UWSTUDENT lab computers.

Microsoft

Through the Microsoft Campus Agreement, the University of Wyoming (UW) provides the latest versions of Microsoft Office (for both Windows and Macintosh operating systems) for UW-owned computers. Supported versions of the Microsoft Windows operating system are also provided through this agreement. These specific Microsoft software installations are provided free of charge to departments.

Statistical Software

Information Technology provides some statistical packages free of charge for installation on UW owned computers for academic teaching and research use only.

Utilities and Other Software

Other software including Mathmatica, SynBackSE, ArcGIS, ERDAS, browser issues, and others.

Linux

Help documents about using Linux.

Windows

Help documents on Windows

Zoom

Help Articles regarding the Zoom application.

Articles (13)

Administrative Rights on UW Owned Computers

How administrative rights are assigned on UW owned computers.

How to locate and open Internet Explorer in Windows 10

Windows 10 represents a major revision of the client operating system; one major change is how we browse and experience the Internet. Windows 10 will include a new web browser called Microsoft Edge. This will be the new default web browser in Windows 10, replacing the well known Internet Explorer which will celebrate its 20th anniversary in 2015. Even though Microsoft will be the default web browser in Windows 10, Internet Explorer will still be around for legacy purposes. In this article, we ta

Install ImageNow 7.1

Information on how to install ImageNow

Install Sage 50

Information on how to install Sage 50

Installing GPS Pathfinder Office 5.30 (Network license)

Install instructions for Trimble license

Map a Network Drive for Windows 7

Map a Network Drive

Map a Network Drive for Windows 8/10

Information on how to map a drive with Windows 8

Mapping a Drive for Mac

Information on mapping a drive on a Mac

Mapping A Network Drive (Mac)

Directions on mapping a network drive for Mac computers

Paying for software using a pcard

Instructions on how to submit payment for software.

Subscription versus License

Information on the difference between subscriptions and licenses

Use Remote Desktop to Work on Your Office Computer Remotely (Windows 7)

With Remote Desktop, you can connect to your work computer from home and access all of your programs, files, and network resources as though you were actually sitting in front of your computer at work.

This document is intended to assist you in using Remote Desktop within the UW network environment and is specific to the Windows Vista and Windows 7 operating systems on both your office and remote computers.