Tools for Individuals
Kennesaw State University offers a variety of tools to help individuals be productive. If you haven't already, consider familiarizing yourself with these tools to increase the productivity and flexibility of your current workspace.
Remote Access to On-Campus Devices
How can I access my campus device remotely?
In order to access your KSU office desktop computer remotely, you must give permission to your NetID account to allow remote connection. Your computer must be on and awake, and you must have installed the KSU VPN client software on the device being used to connect to it.
NOTE: Your device on campus must be turned on and awake in order to successfully be accessed.
What modes does my computer have to be in to be accessed remotely?
Your computer must be on and awake. It can be locked, but it cannot be in sleep mode or shut off.
What do I need to do before leaving campus to ensure I can access my desktop remotely?
In order to access your desktop remotely, your computer must be on and awake, and you must have installed the KSU VPN client software on your off-campus device.
How can I access my voicemails if I am not on campus?
You can set up your KSU voicemail to forward messages directly to your email.
Accessing and Creating Files in the Cloud
How can I access my files without accessing my computer?
By storing files "in the cloud", you are able to access, edit, and share them from anywhere you have internet access. You already have access to OneDrive through your KSUMail account.
What kind of data can I store online? Is it secure?Programs and software have varying levels of privacy and security. For questions about specific applications, see our Document Management Matrix.
How do I save my essential files to OneDrive?See this document for detailed instructions on Uploading Files and Folders to OneDrive.
How do I create files and folders inside OneDrive to store my documents?See this video for detailed instructions on Creating Files and Folders in OneDrive.