General Windows Application Servers:
Statistical Applications Servers:
How To Connect
For Linux SL 7.7:
xfreerdp /size:1600x1000 /d:bcg /u:username /v:winapp4.biostat.wisc.edu
MacOS should use the Microsoft Remote Desktop client application to connect.
click on the New icon and type in the server name (ex. winapp3.biostat.wisc.edu) into the Connection name and PC name fields, then close the edit window.
Then click on the server name to connect in the Microsoft Remote Desktop window.
Windows users can use the Remote Desktop Connection client.
Start menu —–> All Programs —–> Accessories —–> Remote Desktop Connection. In the computer box type in server name then click “connect” button.
*If you are having trouble authenticating to a particular server try prefixing your username with “bcg\”. For example “bcg\rose”. This will make sure you are logging into the “BCG” domain rather than into the local server.
*If you are not on a Biostat network (144.92.73, 128.104.134 or 128.104.206) then you need to run the WiscVPN client in order to connect to these servers. For some collaborators in other departments who for some reason can’t run the WiscVPN client then we can add their static IP number to the firewall rules (group citrix-srvrs) so they can have access.
winapp3 and winapp4
Microsoft Office 2016 (Word, Outlook, Excel, Powerpoint, Onenote, Access and Publisher)
Adobe Acrobat DC (PDF Documents)
Adobe Creative Cloud 2015 (Photoshop, Illustrator)
Stat Transfer 13
Winstat1 (Statistical applications server)
StatXact 10 and Crossover 10
R and RStudio 3.0.3
Microsoft Office 2010 (Word, Excel, Powerpoint, Access, Publisher, OneNote, InfoPath, Outlook, SharePoint Workspace)
Adobe Acrobat Pro