You can use Remote Desktop to access your office desktop computer from home or from a patient room.
You will need to make sure the IT department has enabled Remote Desktop Access on your office computer
If you are home, please install and connect to the UTMCK VPN using Cisco Anyconnect (instructions below). If you are on a Mac computer, install the Microsoft Remote Desktop App from the App Store.
On a Mac, open the Microsoft Remote Desktop app. On a Windows computer, click the Start menu and then type "remote". Open Microsoft Remote Desktop. It may be helpful to right click this and choose Pin To Taskbar for easy access in the future.
Double check that you are connected to the UTMCK VPN through Anyconnect. Type in the name of your desktop computer in Microsoft Remote Desktop. Most computers have a sticker on them, or you can click the Start button and type "See the name of this computer." Enter in your UT username and password. Consider clicking the Remember Me checkbox to make this process faster in the future.
You will then see your office computer desktop. You can leave CPS/Centricity open on this desktop so you do not need to log in and log out each time you move to a new computer.
Remember to disconnect from the UTMCK VPN when you are through (it will slow your internet speed)
If you can't get Anyconnect to work, try going to the KCVG Desktop App via Citrix Workspace, and then open Remote Desktop from this computer.