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    Windows Updates

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    DLRecorder for Macintosh

    Step-by-Step

    1. Click here to download DLRecorder.
    2. You will prompted by the Dartmouth Web Authentication page for your NetID and password to authenticate for access to the download.
    3. Double-click to downloaded file and run the installer.

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    IDL for Windows

    Step-by-Step

    This application uses a network license manager and requires a connection to the Dartmouth network each time you run IDL.

    VPN Client for Macintosh

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    In 2015, Dartmouth switched from a java-based VPN client (known by several names - Juniper, Network Connect, Junos Pulse) to an application that requires software be installed on the computer before the VPN connection is tried. The new product is named Big-IP Edge Client or F5 Access.

    Before you begin

    The Juniper VPN system should be entirely removed from your computer before you can install and use the Big-IP Edge Client. Make sure to look for an remove Juniper, Junos Pulse and Network Connect.

    Stata for Macintosh OS X

    Step-by-Step

    This application is KeyServed and requires KeyAccess be installed on your computer, as well as a connection to the Dartmouth network each time you run Stata. If not on campus, you will need to establish a VPN connection.

    Download and Install Sibelius 7 for Windows

    Step-by-Step

    1. Click here to download Sibelius 7.5 for Windows.
    2. If prompted, click Save File so that the circle next to the words are filled in. Click OK.
    3. Navigate to where your web browser downloads files and double click Sibelius7.zip.
    4. Double click Sibelius7.
    5. Double click Sibelius7Installer.exe.

    Download Apple Quicktime

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    Quicktime is a program used for displaying video and playing sound files on your computer. Some Dartmouth class material may require Quicktime. Apple supports Quicktime for Windows and Mac OS X. Both Quicktime versions can be downloaded from Apple's web site. Alternatively, a computer running Mac OS X can download the current version of Quicktime by running the Mac OS X software updates from the Apple menu.

    VPN Client for Windows

    Details

    Dartmouth uses Big-IP Edge Client (also known as F5 Access) for VPN access that requires software be installed on the computer before the VPN connection is tried.

    Before you begin

    Connecting to an FTP Server

    Step-by-Step

    The server named dropbox.dartmouth.edu provides directories for the exchange of files between machines located on the Dartmouth campus and machines located on other networks. To connect to the dropbox.dartmouth.edu server, enter the following information:

    IDL at Dartmouth

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    IDL (Interactive Data Language) is a complete computing environment for the interactive analysis and visualization of data. IDL integrates a powerful, array-oriented language with numerous mathematical analysis and graphical display techniques. Programming in IDL is a time-saving alternative to programming in FORTRAN or C. You can explore data interactively using IDL commands, then create complete applications by writing IDL programs.

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