vLab

What is vLab? vLab is Georgia Southern’s virtual computer laboratory. Through vLab, enrolled students, faculty, and staff can access the software found in physical computer labs via an internet connection. vLab is available via an internet connection and the Microsoft Remote Desktop application, which is the only required software to use this service. The Remote Desktop application is available for Windows, Mac OS X, Android, and iOS operating systems. Please note: vLab is not supported on Chromebook or Amazon Fire devices. vLab Service Guide for vlab, click on link: http://its.georgiasouthern.edu/service-guides/vlab/ Software Fall 2017 - vLab: ● Essentials ○ Internet Explorer 11 ○ Chrome ○ FireFox ○ Adobe Acrobat DC ○ 7-Zip ○ 5Gb of Storage ○ Kumo to connect Cloud storage ● Microsoft Office 2013 ○ Word ○ Excel ○ Powerpoint ○ Visio ○ Project ○ Access ○ OneNote ○ Publisher ● Adobe Creative Cloud 2015 (Video tools are not recommended for use with large files.) ○ After Effects ○ Audition ○ Bridge ○ Photoshop ○ Lightroom ○ Prelude ○ Dreamweaver ○ Edge Animate ○ Fireworks (CS6) ○ Flash Professional ○ Premiere Pro ○ Scout ○ Illustrator ○ InCopy ○ InDesign ○ Media Encoder ○ Muse ○ SpeedGrade ● Program Specific Software ○ Mathematica - 10.4 ○ Matlab - R2016a ○ Maple - 2016a ○ SPSS - 23 ○ SAS - 9.4 ○ JMP - 12 ○ R - 3.2.3 ○ Stata - 14 CEIT & COB vLab - Additional Software (Includes all Standard vLab Software) ● Engineering Focused ○ Labview 2015 ○ Circuit Design 14 ○ MathCad Prime 3.1 ● Info Tech/Computer Sci Focused ○ Eclipse Mars ○ BlueJ 3.1.7 ○ FileZilla 3.18 ○ Notepad ++ 6.9.2 ○ SQL Management Studio 2014 ○ Visual Studio 2015 ○ Python Anaconda ○ Fiddler2 ○ NUnit 2.6.3 ○ JDK 8 ○ JRE 8 ● Info Systems Focused ○ SAP GUI 7.4 ○ SAP Dashboard Design 2013 ○ SAP Crystal Reports 2013 ○ SAP Predictive Analysis ○ SAP Lumira ○ SAP Design Studio ○ HANA Studio ○ Business Objects Analysis
Published on: 2017-09-26 See other articles in vLab, Troubleshooting.