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Student desktop services

There are two ways to access your desktop and apps

desktop@UCL PC services in computer workrooms and lecture theatres

Student PCS on campus - desktop@UCL PC

desktop@UCL is available in computer workrooms, lecture theatres and halls of residences.

Access your files, apps and desktop from anywhere with desktop@UCL Anywhere

From your own computer - desktop@UCL Anywhere

This service allow you to access your applications, files and desktop from your own computer or device.

Staff WTS and ADS desktop services for staff

Staff desktop services

We offer two desktop services:

  • Staff WTS 2010
  • Administrative Desktop Service (ADS)

Discontinuation of web access to Staff WTS

Web access to Staff WTS 2000 and Staff WTS 2010 (Remote Staff WTS) will be discontinued on 15 September 2015. If you would like to continue to access Staff WTS remotely after the 15th, you will need to download and install the Citrix Receiver.

More details about the discontinuation of web access to Staff WTS and setting up Citrix Receiver


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desktop@UCL service for staff

There is currently a pilot of the desktop@UCL staff taking place in some departments at UCL. desktop@UCL is currently only a service for students, but will soon replace the existing WTS and ADS staff services.

Find out more about the desktop@UCL for staff project

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Top queries

Can I save to the desktop?
I am unable to find documents I had saved on the desktop for either Myriad or WTS
How can I scan my documents or devices for viruses?
Where can I find a list of available applications on desktop@UCL?
Where should I save my work?

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Software usage reporting on desktop@UCL

UCL uses a software asset management system to report on software usage and ensure software licence compliance on the desktop@UCL service. Read more about software usage tracking on desktop@UCL

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