Information for individuals about using their own managed workstation computer.
Using Your Computer
- Using Your Computer Learn about the basics of using a managed workstation computer. If you’re new, start here!
- Software Explore the software options available through your managed workstation’s software center, and discover how to download new software to your computer.
- Using Outlook Learn how to configure and use email and calendaring applications on your managed workstation.
- Managing Your Browser Bookmarks How to automatically backup your browser bookmarks to the cloud.
- Printing Find information on using a printer with your managed workstation and options for support .
- Mac Support What you need to know about using a Mac with the managed workstation service.
- Add a Shared Mailbox In Outlook Learn how to add a shared Exchange mailbox as an additional mailbox in Outlook.
- Connecting remotely Learn how to access your managed workstation from wherever you have a strong internet connection.
- Managed Workstation VPN Find steps on how to configure and use the MWS VPN to connect securely to the UW Network from off-campus.
- Online File Storage A guide to many of the file storage options available for you to use with your managed workstation
- File Service Comparison A handy chart comparing various file service offerings
- Managed Workstation File Service More information on the Home Directory H: and I: drives that come preinstalled on your managed workstation.
- Recovering Files Learn how to restore backed up files on the H: and I: Drives.
- Mapping Drives A guide on how to access the H: and I: drives on non-managed workstations.
- Security Keep your managed workstation safe, secure and virus free with these security basics.
- LastPass Learn how to securely manage your passwords with ease using LastPass
- Malware Infections What to do if your computer becomes infected with malware
- Admin Access How to add administrators to your managed workstation.
- Windows Updates Learn more about how Windows and MWS keeps your computer up-to-date.