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July 9th, 2012

This week’s tip: Working from home during the Olympics and Paralympics

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Estimated reading time: 5 minutes

LSE IT News

July 9th, 2012

This week’s tip: Working from home during the Olympics and Paralympics

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Estimated reading time: 5 minutes

There are two ways in which you can connect to LSE resources off-site: The LSE Remote Desktop and the Virtual Private Network (VPN).

The Remote Desktop allows users to access their email, H: space and other network drives as well as a wide range of software including Office 2010.

The LSE VPN makes your computer behave as if it is connected directly to the School’s network. This allows secure access to resources that are only accessible within the school, for example H: space, U: space and departmental storage areas.

If you want to access your email from home, you can use LSE Webmail by going to http://exchange.lse.ac.uk and entering your username and password. You can also configure your own email software to access your LSE email, tasks, calendar and more using the guides available here.

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