This Is Auburn Auburn University Libraries Remote Lab

Remote Lab

Welcome to the AU Libraries Remote Lab!

Remote Lab is a web-based remote desktop where you can access and use all the library’s software that you would normally use on-site in the Innovation & Research Commons (I&RC), the RBD 2nd floor computers, and the Library of Architecture Design and Construction (LADC).

A few tips before you start:

  1. When accessing a machine, you will need to authenticate using your DUO account.
  2. Allow popups if necessary for apps.lib.auburn.edu.
  3. Maximize your browser window and use F11 to go full screen for a better view.
  4. While in a remote session, use cloud storage to transfer files to the remote machine or drag and drop files onto the remote window and they will appear in a drive called Guacamole Filesystem.
  5. If you are idle for 30 minutes, you will be logged out and lose your work.


Available Software

Application Lab #1 Lab #2 Lab #3
Microsoft Office
MS PowerPoint X X X
MS Excel X X X
MS Word X X X
MS Access X X X
MS OneDrive X X X
MS OneNote X X X
MS Publisher X X X
Adobe: Full Suite of Adobe Creative Cloud
Photoshop CC X X X
InDesign CC X X X
Illustrator X X X
After Effects CC X X X
Animate CC X X X
Audition CC X X X
Character Animator CC X X X
Dimension CC X X X
Dreamweaver CC X X X
Fireworks CC X X X
Flash Builder CC X X X
InCopy CC X X X
Lightroom CC X X X
Muse CC X X X
Prelude CC X X X
Premiere Pro CC X X X
SpeedGrade CC X X X
XD CC X X X
Acrobat Pro X X X
Audio and Video
Audacity X X X
VLC X X X
Web Browsers
Internet Explorer X X X
FireFox X X X
Chrome X X X
Safari
AutoDesk
AutoCAD X X
AutoCAD Architecture X X
A360 Desktop X X
3DS Max X X
Backburner X X
Maya X X
Mudbox X X
ReCap X X
Revit X X
Sketchbook X X
Geospatial
ArcGIS X X
Erdas Imagine X X
Geomedia Professional X X
Lizardtech Geoviewer X
3D Rendering
Solid Edge ST8 X
SolidWorks X
SketchUP X
Additional Software
ChemDraw X
FileZilla X X X
IBM SPSS Statistics X X
IBM SPSS Amos X X
Java Development Kit X
Wolfram Mathematica X
Last updated: 03/17/2022