Temporary Adobe At-Home Software

Adobe ended their at-home software program on July 6, 2020.

The UWF Libraries would like to continue to support the UWF community during the end of summer instruction so we are making a labs worth of computers available remotely on a first-come, first-served basis.

Here’s how this system will work.
1) Enter your UWF e-mail address in the box below.

2) Pick the date when you’d like to access the Adobe Creative Suite.

3) As long as we have computers available, when the date you selected arrives, library staff will e-mail you in the morning with connection instructions.

4) You connect to the machine and use the pre-installed software for approximately 24 hours. We’ve pre-loaded ALL the Creative Suite applications (Acrobat, Photoshop, Illustrator, Dreamweaver, etc.) for you, so you can immediately be productive during your time.

Some important notes:
Same day requests for access are possible. However, there may be delays due to access permission configuration changes and other unforeseen events. If you can plan your access ahead we think it’ll be a better experience for everyone.

You can only submit a request for a single date at a time. If you submit multiple requests we’ll try to accommodate them as best we can while also considering total demand.

If you connect to the system multiple times you probably won’t be connected to the same machine each time. Please make sure you save your files on your Google Drive or ITS H drive.

You’ll be using Microsoft's Remote Desktop protocol to connect to the machines. If you have a Windows machine you're good to go already. If you have a Mac you'll have to download and install the Microsoft RDP client software from the app store - https://apps.apple.com/us/app/microsoft-remote-desktop-10/id1295203466?mt=12

We plan on running this program for the remainder of the summer term. Availability may be extended or reduced depending on the status of the campus and the needs of the library.

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