Citrix, Where can I get help?

Where can I get help with Citrix?

Citrix is an internet service that enables the use of Windows applications from a variety of platforms without needing to install them locally.

Windows applications are launched through software called Citrix Workspace, which can be downloaded for free from the Citrix website:

Remote software run through Citrix Workspace is dependant on a connection to a server; there are currently two Citrix servers operated by the University.

UIUC AnyWare

UIUC AnyWare is the Citrix instance operated by Technology Services. Some software acquired from the WebStore is distributed through UIUC AnyWare.

It can be connected to via Citrix Workspace at the address:

More information can be found in this article: UIUC AnyWare, How to Connect

If you have any problems with UIUC AnyWare, contact the Technology Services Help Desk at or 217-244-7000.

Engineering Workstations, or EWS, refers to either the Citrix instance or the computer labs on campus operated by the Grainger College of Engineering.

It can be connected to via Citrix Workspace at the address <>, and may require a connection to the Cisco AnyConnect VPN to function properly. It is only available to College of Engineering students and employees, unless your account has otherwise been given access.

More informationn can be found in this article on Engineering IT's own Knowledge Base: EWS, Remote Access, Connecting to Citrix

If you have problems with EWS software, Technology Services is unfortunately not able to offer much assitance. It is recommended that you reach out directly to Engineering IT at or 217-333-1313.

Keywordseng engineering support ews, Citrix Workspace, remote access   Doc ID94526
OwnerRyan S.GroupUniversity of Illinois Technology Services
Created2019-09-17 11:35:39Updated2024-01-08 11:50:33
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