- Get help
- Announcements & alerts
- Service outages
- Security alerts
- Major initiatives
- Information security
- Anti-Spam (CASL) Compliance
- Data security standard
- Desktop Security
- Identity Protection
- Phishing Scams
- Remote work
- Security hygiene
- Tips for safe computing
- Travelling with technology
- Keeping Your Personal Information Safe During the Holidays
- October is Cyber Security Awareness Month
Vision, strategy and policy
- One I.S. vision
- Cloud Computing Strategy
- Stewardship Model
- Stewardship Committees
- Stewardship Workflow
- Connecting to University Governance
- Approval and Prioritization
- Stewardship and Project Management
- Terms of Reference: One I.S. Stewardship Committee
- Administrative Systems Stewardship Committee
- Terms of Reference: Research Systems Stewardship Committee
- Terms of Reference: Educational Systems Stewardship Committee
- Mobile Strategy
- Reports and blog
- Vision, strategy and policy
A SFU VPN connection is required to use the .RDP file downloaded in step 4.
If you haven't set it up, follow the instructions to set up SFU VPN on your device.
Step 2 (Mac only)
For Windows, skip to Step 3.
Install Microsoft Remote Desktop from the App Store
- Click on the IP Address of the computer you want to use
- Allow the downloads from KeyServer
- Open the downloaded .rdp file to set up the remote connection.
Note: IP number could change from session to session, please always connect from the list of computers on KeyServer.
Sign in using:
- Your SFU computingID and password
- Be sure to use format ADSFU\userid, or email@example.com
Sign out when your are finished to make the computer available for others.
Remote sessions will automatically time out after 3 hours of continuous use to allow all students the opportunity to use our computer labs.