ITS is experimenting with a virtual lab of up to 100 seats. It runs Windows 7 Enterprise with the following applications among others: Visual Basic/C Sharp/C++ Express, SciLab, Maple 14, JMP Pro 10, gretl, and Matlab 2012a. For more information, visit Announcement and Frequently Asked Questions.

This service provides a quick and easy access to Windows 7 and some applications. Be aware that any locally saved files may be lost at the conclusion of your sessions. It have very limited local storage space by design. To connect to such a virtual machine, go to https://myfsuvlab.its.fsu.edu/. It is transparent for Windows users. For Mac and Linux users, the following example should be helpful. If you have any questions, please feel free to email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for help.

myFSUVLab from Firefox on Redhat Enterprise Linux 6.x

  • Start the login session at myFSUVLab.
  • Enter credentials in one of two ways:
    username, password, fsu;
    fsu\username, password.
    fsuvlab_logon

  • If this is the first time connecting to virtual lab, associate .ica file with /opt/Citrix/ICAClient/wfica as shown in the figure below. If ICA client is not installed, please email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for help.
    Opening_launch_ica

  • Your credential will be passed on to the virtual machine for automatic login.
    citrix_receiver