Documentation and guides for ARE department resources are listed below. The campus-wide knowledge base can be found at kb.ucdavis.edu.
Setting Up Your Personal Computer
VPNs Available on Campus
- Current Campus VPN (Pulse/Ivanti)
- Demo Campus VPN (Fortinet)
- Library VPN (Pulse/Ivanti)
- ARE VPN (OpenVPN)
Using the Linux Servers
- Using RDP on the Linux Servers
- Installing and Using FileZilla
- Useful Linux Commands
- Installing and Using XQuartz (Deprecated)
- Installing and Using Cygwin/X (Deprecated)
Frequently Asked Questions
- Q: How can I access the ARE VPN?
- A: You can request access to the departmental VPN by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Q: How can I access departmental computing resources?
- A: The computer lab is open to all ARE graduate students. Access to the Linux compute servers should be requested by emailing email@example.com.
- Q: Can I use my personal computer on the office network?
- A: Yes. Access to the wired network can be requested by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. You will need to purchase a suitable adapter if your laptop does not have an Ethernet port.
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