Information on the services that provide all faculty, staff, researchers, and students with access to network connectivity using the USask network and the Internet.
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Information on common internet issues
You can use Remote Desktop to connect to and control your work computer through a remote device.
While connected remotely to your work computer, you will have access to all of your apps, files, and network resources as if you were sitting at your desk on campus.
A VPN connection creates a secure link between an off-campus network and the university network, and is necessary for accessing, protecting, and managing USask devices.
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The USask network provides access to services such as voice and video systems, email, shared documents, printers and to the Internet. These services are available over our wireless and wired networks. Find out information on the wired network below.
There are four wireless networks available at the University of Saskatchewan. An internal network (uofs-secure), a guest/conference network (uofs-guest), a public network (uofs-public), and eduroam.
General information about USask networks and connectivity