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Student Apps via Citrix

Once you have initially followed the below instructions on accessing myApps either on or off campus you will be able to use the below button to launch the applications for subsequent sessions:

Engineering

Matlab
Automation Studio
Solidworks
Cord
Circly

Statistics and Analytics

Minitab
NVivo
R
R Studio
SPSS

Geoinformatics ArcGIS
Nutrition and Health FoodWorks

 

  1. Go to https://myapps.unisa.edu.au
  2. At the Microsoft account screen, enter <your UniSA email address>
  3. At the UniSA login screen, verify <your UniSA email address>
  4. Enter <your UniSA password>
  5. Click Sign in
  6. Respond to the multi-factor authentication request by using the OKTA app or via SMS on your phone
  7. Click Detect Citrix Workspace app
    NOTE: The web browser will now check if the Citrix Workspace app is installed and attempt to launch. If not installed, you will be prompted to install the latest version of the Citrix Workspace app
    1. Click Download
    2. Click Run or Save on the Citrix Workspace Web client
      NOTE: Follow the usual process for installing software according to the web browser you are using.
    3. Click Run or Open
    4. If prompted allow Citrix Workspace to make changes to your device
    5. Click Start on Welcome to Citrix Workspace screen
    6. Agree to the terms then click Next
    7. Click Install
    8. Skip adding an account, as this is done automatically
    9. When the installation finishes, just click Finish
  8. Return to your web browser and click Continue
  9. Click Open Citrix Workspace Launcher
  10. You will be presented with a list of applications you have access to
  11. Click on your desired application

More on the university’s Multi-Factor Authentication here.

Or for step by step instructions (including screenshots) see how to access Student Apps off campus page.

  1. Go to https://myapps.unisa.edu.au
  2. Click Detect Citrix Workspace app
    NOTE: The web browser will now check if the Citrix Workspace app is installed and attempt to launch. If not installed, you will be prompted to install the latest version of the Citrix Workspace app
    1. Click Download
    2. Click Run or Save on the Citrix Workspace Web client
      NOTE: Follow the usual process for installing software according to the web browser you are using.
    3. Click Run or Open
    4. If prompted allow Citrix Workspace to make changes to your device
    5. Click Start on Welcome to Citrix Workspace screen
    6. Agree to the terms then click Next
    7. Click Install
    8. Skip adding an account, as this is done automatically
    9. When the installation finishes, just click Finish
  3. Return to your web browser and click Continue
  4. Click Open Citrix Workspace Launcher
  5. Enter UNINET\<your UniSA username>
  6. Enter <your UniSA password>
  7. Click Open Citrix Workspace Launcher
  8. You will be presented with a list of applications you have access to
  9. Click on your desired application

Or for step by step instructions (including screenshots) see how to access Student Apps on campus page.

If you have successfully logged into MyApps, you should be able to launch an application by clicking on its icon in the Apps section.

For PCs and Macs, if you are having trouble launching an application after clicking its icon, this is due to the Workspace application not being properly installed or detected by the web browser.

Redetect the Workspace

  1. Go to the top right-hand corner and click cog wheel
  2. Click Account Settings
  3. Find the Advanced section
  4. Click Install Citrix Workspace app…
  5. Click Detect Citrix Workspace app
  6. The web browser will now try to open the Citrix Workspace Launcher
  7. Click Open to take you to the Apps page where you can now launch apps successfully

NOTE: If you click Cancel, the Workspace application will not register in your browser. You will need to repeat the previous steps.
If you did not receive a prompt to open the Citrix Workspace Launcher, it means it has not properly installed on the computer. Click Download to download and run the installer again.

Or for step by step instructions (including screenshots) see how to launch an Application page.

NOTE: Uploading files can be very slow depending on your network connection so you may prefer to upload the files to the UniSA Student Apps storage before logging in.

NOTE: If you are not on campus you will need to connect to UniSA VPN before you can access the storage directly.

  1. Connect to the UniSA VPN
  2. Open File Explorer
  3. Click Computer tab
  4. Click Map network drive
  5. Choose Drive letter
    NOTE: The letter selected is only a reference point and can be different on each machine you map the drive.
  6. Enter Folder path e.g. \\cxfs.unisa.edu.au\userdata\<username>\documents
    NOTE: Replace <username> with your UniSA username.
  7. Ensure Reconnect on logon is ticked
  8. When prompted, enter your UniSA credentials:
    • User name = uninet\<unisa username>
    • Password = <unisa password>
  9. Click Finish
  10. Open the newly mapped drive
  11. Documents folder contains folders and files from within Student Apps


For further details (including screenshots) please see the accessing my saved Student Apps files on my PC page.

NOTE: Uploading files can be very slow depending on your network connection so you may prefer to upload the files to the UniSA Student Apps storage before logging in.

NOTE: If you are not on campus you will need to connect to UniSA VPN before you can access the storage directly.

  1. Connect to the UniSA VPN
  2. Open Finder
  3. Select Go menu
  4. Select Connect to Server...
  5. Enter Server Address: smb://cxfs.unisa.edu.au/userdata/<username>/documents
    NOTE: Replace <username> with your UniSA username.
  6. When prompted, enter your UniSA credentials
    NOTE: Depending on the version of macOS you are using you may need to log on as <username>@uninet.unisa.edu.au or just <username>.
    • User name = <unisa username> or <unisa user name>@uninet.unisa.edu.au
    • Password = <unisa password>
  7. Shortcut is now on your desktop
  8. Documents folder contains folders and files from within Student Apps


For further details (including screenshots) please see the accessing my saved Student Apps files on my Mac page.

NOTE: Uploading files can be very slow depending on your network connection so you may prefer to upload the files to the UniSA Student Apps storage before logging in.

NOTE: If you are not on campus you will need to connect to UniSA VPN before you can access the storage directly.

Using Windows

  1. Connect to the UniSA VPN
  2. Open File Explorer
  3. Click Computer tab
  4. Click Map network drive
  5. Choose Drive letter
    NOTE: The letter selected is only a reference point and can be different on each machine you map the drive.
  6. Enter Folder path e.g. \\cxfs.unisa.edu.au\userdata\<username>\documents
    NOTE: Replace <username> with your UniSA username.
  7. Ensure Reconnect on logon is ticked
  8. When prompted, enter your UniSA credentials:
    • User name = uninet\<unisa username>
    • Password = <unisa password>
  9. Click Finish
  10. Open the newly mapped drive
  11. Documents folder contains folders and files from within Student Apps


Using macOS

  1. Connect to the UniSA VPN
  2. Open Finder
  3. Select Go menu
  4. Select Connect to Server...
  5. Enter Server Address: smb://cxfs.unisa.edu.au/userdata/<username>/documents
    NOTE: Replace <username> with your UniSA username.
  6. When prompted, enter your UniSA credentials
    NOTE: Depending on the version of macOS you are using you may need to log on as <username>@uninet.unisa.edu.au or just <username>.
    • User name = <unisa username> or <unisa user name>@uninet.unisa.edu.au
    • Password = <unisa password>
  7. Shortcut is now on your desktop
  8. Documents folder contains folders and files from within Student Apps

Printing within the MyApps environment is not allowed. Please follow the appropriate ‘How do I access my files” section to save your files locally to print from your personally owned device.