Virtual Sites is a tool that allows students, faculty, and staff remote access to the Campus Computing Sites catalog of Windows software virtually from any device. This provides on-the-go access to a broad range of licensed Windows software.
Virtual Sites can be accessed from any stable internet connection, remotely connecting you to a Windows environment with access to most of the software titles provided on physical Campus Computing Sites Windows workstations. You can choose to run individual software applications in a web browser, or you can open a full Windows desktop and access applications from the Windows Start menu.
- Active U-M Student, Faculty, or Staff Affiliation
Anyone with an active U-M student, faculty, or staff affiliation is eligible to use Virtual Sites (does not include Michigan Medicine). Non-active individuals, temporary staff, alumni, and retirees are not eligible to use Virtual Sites. Sponsored affiliates are not eligible to use Virtual Sites unless an exception is granted. Note that campus affiliation (Ann Arbor, Dearborn, Flint) may impact availability of applications.
- DUO Two-Factor Authentication
Virtual Sites users must use DUO Two-Factor Authentication. This can be configured at the Safe Computing DUO page.
- Stable Internet Connection
Users will need a stable internet connection. A minimum connection speed of 3-5 MBPS is recommended for the average user. A high-bandwidth connection is recommended for a higher quality experience.