Technical & Computer Resources
ME Equipment and Technical Support
- ME Checkout Room: information about the ME Checkout Room - including checkout procedures, equipment lists and a "how-to" wiki. Managed by Kevin Cole and a team of lab assistants.
- ME Prototyping Lab: lists equipment in EB 117, hours of operation, and how to reserve machine or lab assistant time for help on class or personal projects.
- ME Project Scheduling & Support: learn about and reserve ME equipment or schedule time with support staff for training or project help.
ME Computer & Study Labs
- Clyde (CB) 110 - computers and study space (not available when classes held in this room).
- Clyde (CB) 230 - rarely available during the day, but open during evenings and weekends.
ME Computer Support
- ME Computer Support Page: instructions for remote off-campus log-in, how to fix NX and Catia licensing errors, and submit a Support Request for other help.
- ME computers and printers: including problems, purchases, and installations, please create a request at My Helpdesk so that one of our technicians can help you.
- Ink and paper for ME printers: for ink, contact ME front office secretaries (801-422-2625 firstname.lastname@example.org) when low ink warnings appear. For paper: pick up at 435 CTB. Contact CAEDM for ink and paper in college computer labs.
- CAEDM (college) printers: including ink, please contact CAEDM.
College Computer Resources
CAEDM (Computer Aided Engineering Design and Manufacturing) manages the Ira A. Fulton College of Engineering and Technology shared computer resources. Click here for a complete list of their services. Some of the most popular include:
- CAEDM Labs
- Group Websites and Filespace
- Network file space (J: Drive)
- Remote Graphics System (RGS) (may require VPN setup)
- Citrix (may require VPN setup)
- Virtual Private Network (VPN)
- Website Space
Other Computer Resources
- Fulton Supercomputering Laboratory: If your research project requires computing resources that exceed desktop capacity, Fulton Supercomputing Laboratory might fill your needs.
- Microsoft Software: The Microsoft Developer Network Academic Alliance (MSDNAA) is a program to download Microsoft software programs for academic related, non-commercial purposes. Available software includes Windows, Visio, Project, Visual Studio and more. All college students and faculty now have access to MSDNAA by logging in on their website with your CAEDM account credentials.
- VMWare Academic Program: The VMWare Academic Program allows students and faculty to download VMware products and software for academic related non-commercial purposes. Log in using your CAEDM account credentials.