The guidance below assumes that you have consulted with your supervisor to arrange for teleworking in accordance with both DASA and university policies.
Please practice these steps before you need to work from home in the event of adverse weather, illness, etc. And if you need any help while testing or following these steps, please send an email to email@example.com.
Before Leaving Campus
If you have a laptop, please turn it on and log in to the laptop before leaving campus.
This step ensures that your Unity login credentials are synced on the laptop. Neglecting to log in to a laptop before you leave campus requires that you come back to campus to log in!
If you have a desktop on campus and want to connect to it from home, please write down your IP address, which can be found by clicking this link while you are using your desktop.
Alternative instructions for locating your IP address on a Windows computer are available here; Macs instructions are available here.
Please leave your desktop turned on when you leave campus!
Forward all of your campus phone calls via myphone.ncsu.edu.
Adjust your voice mail via voicemail.ncsu.edu.
Test and Protect Virtual Meetings
Remember to test your audio and video (speakers, headphones, microphone, and webcam) before your meeting begins by visiting zoom.us/test, reviewing this guidance from Zoom, and/or by following these steps for Google Hangout.
At Home with an NC State Laptop
- Connect to your home network.
- Log in to the laptop using your Unity username and password.
- Connect to the NCSU VPN.
- If you are missing desktop icons, right-click on the desktop and click “Refresh.”
- If you are missing your S: drive or P: drive, run this quick update.
At Home with a Personal Computer
- How to find your computer name in Windows…
- How to find your computer name on a Mac…
- How to obtain your VPN IP address for Remote Assistance…
- Documentation and training for Zoom…
- Working Remotely at NC State…