Pigiarniq font for Install (Windows and Mac)

Copy the zip file to your desktop, unzip the files and install (using the process for your operating system). Note: if you are at a GN workstation, you should already have this font set. If not, contact Help Desk for assistance.



ScrewDriver client for Windows (32 bit operating system)

Install this on your computer to enable printing from remote desktop to local printers. This installation file will work on 32 bit Windows operating systems.

https://hosting.maplewood.com/TSAccess/TSWeb/ScrewDrivers_6.1.2_Client_32-bit.zip

ScrewDriver client for Windows (64 bit operating system)

Install this on your computer to enable printing from remote desktop to local printers. This installation file will work on 64 bit Windows operating systems.

https://hosting.maplewood.com/TSAccess/TSWeb/ScrewDrivers_6.1.2_Client_64-bit.zip

Microsoft Remote Desktop (from the Apple Apps Store) Version 8.0.8

https://itunes.apple.com/ca/app/microsoft-remote-desktop/id715768417?mt=12

CoRD Remote Desktop Client for Mac

CoRD remote desktop client is compatible with Mac versions 10.5-10.8.

Steps for installing CoRD:
1 – Download CoRD using the link above
2 – To install CoRD, double-click the package you downloaded. If it asks “Do you want to move this to applications folder?” say YES.
3 – You should now see CoRD as a new application in your Mac’s toolbar (blue and gray icon, looks like a computer screen with diamonds)
4 – Open CoRD
5 – Click Servers on the top left and a “wing” expands to the left
6 – In that “wing”, click (+) plus sign at the bottom to add the SIS as a server
7 – In the opening dialog box use these values: “Label” = SIS, “Address” = mac.hosting.maplewood.com, “Username” = yourusername, “Password” = yourpassword, “Domain” = mwood
8 – In that same dialog box, check “Forward printers” and “Forward disks”
9 – In that same dialog box, set Screen Size to whatever you want the SIS to open up in (1240 x 768 is a little small, maybe make it bigger)
10 – Close the dialog box by pressing red (x) in the corner
11 – Connect to SIS by double-clicking the connection you just created. It should have a name of “SIS”.