MyApps, formerly known as Virtual Lab, provides you with access to a limited number of computer lab applications on your own hardware, at UTS over the UTS wireless network or at home via your own Internet Service Provider (ISP).
The following is a list of available applications through MyApps. These applications are split into areas of faculties and study sections.
Application availability is subject to change without notice, please refer to this page for latest availability listing.
- costx 6.5
- Eviews 8.1
- Minitab 17
- Shazam 11.0.9
- Mathematica 11
- Login to MyApps to access the MyApps website
- Enter your UTS student number / username and password
- Click on the Log In button
Accessing MyApps from outside UTS
- You need to login in to the Remote Access/VPN website from outside the university to access MyApps.
- Enter your UTS Student Account username and password and then click on the Log In button
Once you've logged in…
Click on the application icon that you want to use to start the program
To navigate back to use other applications, return to the Virtual Lab website
Saving your work on MyApps
You are provided with a 10Mb scratch space for saving your files while you are online so you can work quickly and efficiently on big files. Files stored on the scratch space are not guaranteed to be there for more than 7 days. Save your file to your local computer.
To save your files on the scratch space, select the select the file or files you want to save and select "Save As" into 'My Documents' folder.
when you click on "Faces" app, to save the file:
Click on File - > Save as… - >
Click on "This PC"
The available places to save your file will display, select the Local Disk (C, D or E: on "your computer name")
When saving or accessing files you may be prompted for "Client File Security" settings. Ensure that you select Full Access and Never ask me again for this site. Then click on the "OK" button so that you can always save your files from Virtual Lab to your local computer.
Printing your work on MyApps
We can't provide you with support for any problems you may experience while printing from the MyApps Lab applications to your printer. We have set up MyApps so that the program will do it's best to connect with your local printer. However, as this is a virtual environment and your set up could be anywhere we can't guarantee the print process will work. Perhaps saving your files to PDF and then sending your files through the UTS student printing system would work.