Windows and MacOS:
- Open a web browser. Any browser will work but we recommend Internet Explorer.
- Navigate to https://remote.surgery.wisc.edu by typing it into the address bar or clicking the link here.
- Other ways to find Surgery Remote:
- Surgery Intranet (https://apps.surgery.wisc.edu), hover over the Quick Links tab and click on the Remote Access option
- Google "Surgery Remote Access" and select the first result titled "Employee Remote Access - Department of Surgery". On that page, click the link titled Citrix Remote Access
- Create a Shortcut (known as an Alias on MacOS) on your desktop to launch the web page from your default web browser
- Type your Surgery Username and Surgery Password into the fields on the page then click Log On
- Surgery Usernames usually take the form of your last name. Sometimes, it will be your last name followed by your first initial.
- Surgery Passwords must meet our password criteria. If they don't they cannot be your Surgery Password.
- You will see your list of available applications. Click an application to launch it.
What application do I choose?
Surgery Remote has many apps depending on what task you need to get done. Its recommended that you choose an application suited for your work. For example, if you plan to edit an Excel file, you would launch Microsoft Excel 2016 and use File → Open to get to your document. As stated above, the app will function like its running on a Surgery computer which means you will be able to see the Surgery network drives you have access to (e.g. L:\, U:\, F:\, etc.).
If you need to get to a web page on the Surgery network, launch the Google Chrome or Mozilla Firefox applications. It will allow you to navigate to pages that are exclusive to networks in the CSC, like the Surgery intranet.