All students studying remotely will require a computer that meets Seneca’s minimum technical requirements.
If you require additional software, visit Seneca’s MyApps Software page to learn how to access software using your personal device.
Students experiencing difficulties launching MyApps software on their personal device should instead log on to Seneca’s Virtual Commons computers. Visit the Virtual Commons page to learn how to access these systems from your personal device.
Some programs of study require students to have virtual private network (VPN) licensing to access particular learning activities online. If you do not have VPN installed on your computer, learn how to install it on devices using Student VPN for Windows and Mac.
If you are receiving a launch error message when trying to access an application, try:
If you have borrowed a CINTIQ Companion, you may run into issues with the internal system clock, which may affect your connectivity through Student VPN and MyApps. You can hold the power button to reset the Companion and change the system time to the correct time prior to reconnecting to Student VPN and MyApps using the steps below:
If you are experiencing issues with the Harmony/Toon Boom video driver, follow these steps to reinstall the driver for compatibility:
If you experience issues accessing a lab workstation you were provided for your course, please ensure:
If you do not have Microsoft Teams installed on your device or you have trouble logging in, please visit the Microsoft Teams page for instructions to reinstall and to log in.
Virtual Commons allow current students to connect to devices located in the Computing Commons’ at Seneca campuses. Instructions on how to connect are available the Virtual Commons page. Please ensure you are connected to Student VPN when accessing the Virtual Commons.
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