Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI)

Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) is a tool that students and faculty can use that will allow them to access remote, virtual computers. These computers are pre-configured with software and can allow users to run programs their normal computers can’t, as well as having certain University-licensed software accessible.

Students cannot request VDI access – access is granted through faculty who request it on students’ behalf.

Great use cases for VDI include SPSS, ChemDraw, Autodesk, and other software typically found in a lab or classroom environment.

Faculty, if you are interested please send this form to UTech to request VDI for your class.

For instructions on how to use VDI, please click here.