This article contains answers to common questions pertaining to Citrix. Citrix is an application that provides remote access to Luther College’s Windows-based software, network files and network folders from both on and off campus, and it also allows Macintosh and Linux users to run Windows software from their Macintosh or Linux equipment.
When using the old version of Citrix, you have two desktops and two “Documents” folders – one on a Citrix server, and one on your computer. Check each of these locations. When using the new version of Citrix, there is only one “Documents” folder.
That depends. If you want to attach a file that is located on the Luther network to your message, then use Norse Mail from within Citrix. Also, if you are on a slower connection, you may want to use Norse Mail from within Citrix because it will run faster. To attach a Luther file to your message, you could also use https://vpn.luther.edu (see VPN Training for more information).
Sure. Citrix can be used from both on and off campus.