CET Student Software

CETEMS Student Software

The PDF link below has information for students in a CETEMS program on how they can obtain and install software for their courses.
CETEMS Student Software

ECTET Student Software

The PDF link below has information for students in an ECTET program on how they can obtain and install software for their courses. 
ECTET Student Software

Graphic Media Science &Technology Student Software

Students may download all Adobe apps from this link - Adobe CC.

Follow directions, use RIT email address, selection Company/School account

Please follow the directions on the page here - Office 365

To download the Windows 10 OS, MS Project or other non-MS Office products click here - Microsoft Products
Use your RIT ID and password

Please note, MS Project is Windows only!  See installing Windows on a Mac.

  • Virtual Box is free, download that from www.virtualbox.org
  • Obtain a copy of Windows through the RIT Microsoft Azure portal https://aka.ms/devtoolsforteaching get the one that is called “Windows 10 Version 1809 (Updated Sept 2018)” Make sure to view your product key and copy it to a safe location. Download the file.
  • Here is a video link that will help with the process of installing VirtualBox and getting the Windows VM running: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qba342CimdY
  • Once you have your VM setup, run updates and install software within the Windows VM as required.

MMET & Packaging Science Student Software

Students may download all Adobe apps from this link - Adobe CC.

Follow directions, use RIT email address, selection Company/School account

  1. Visit https://mmet-remoteapp.main.ad.rit.edu/rdweb. Ignore any security warnings presented.
  2. Enter "MAIN\username" and substitute your username. Enter the password associated with your username.
  3. Select your desired application. A small Remote App file will be downloaded. Run the file.
  4. In the remote app dialog, enter "MAIN\username" and password, make sure that Drives is checked, and choose connect.
  1. Visit https://mmet-remoteapp.main.ad.rit.edu/rdweb. Ignore any security warnings presented.
  2. Enter "MAIN\username" and substitute your username. Enter the password associated with your username.
  3. Select your desired application. A small Remote App file will be downloaded. Run the file.
  4. In the remote app dialog, enter "MAIN\username" and password, make sure that Drives is checked, and choose connect.

Please see the cape instructions here

Download cape software here.

  1. Visit https://mmet-remoteapp.main.ad.rit.edu/rdweb. Ignore any security warnings presented.
  2. Enter "MAIN\username" and substitute your username. Enter the password associated with your username.
  3. Select your desired application. A small Remote App file will be downloaded. Run the file.
  4. In the remote app dialog, enter "MAIN\username" and password, make sure that Drives is checked, and choose connect.
  1. This install will only work for Windows 7, Windows 8.1, Windows 10
  2. Visit https://www.ptc.com/engineering-math-software/mathcad/free-download#1 and fill out the form
  3. Click Install Software and run the pim_installmgr_mathcad.exe
  4. Follow the installer instructions.
  1. Visit https://www.rit.edu/its/services/software-licensing#matlab and select the link for Students.
  2. Follow the instructions provided by ITS to recieve a license for your software.
  3. Install and License MATLAB as instructed by ITS. Run MATLAB.

Microsoft products, including Project, Visio, Operating Systems, and more...

Azure Dev Tools for Teaching, formerly MSDNAA, can be found at https://azureforeducation.microsoft.com/devtools for students interested in downloading any software provided to RIT by our partnership with Microsoft.

Sign in using your full RIT email address, and choose "Work or school account" when prompted.

Please follow the directions on the page here - Office 365

  1. Visit https://mmet-remoteapp.main.ad.rit.edu/rdweb. Ignore any security warnings presented.
  2. Enter "MAIN\username" and substitute your username. Enter the password associated with your username.
  3. Select your desired application. A small Remote App file will be downloaded. Run the file.
  4. In the remote app dialog, enter "MAIN\username" and password, make sure that Drives is checked, and choose connect.
  1. Visit http://www.solidworks.com/sw/education/SDL_form.html to begin.
  2. Fill out the form as prompted and use the code 9SDK2019 as the SEK-ID.
  3. Once the form is complete, click next and download the installer.
  4. Unzip the installer to any location and run it. Follow instructions as prompted.
  5. The serial key will be emailed to the account used in Step 2. Enter it into the installer.
  6. Finish and quit the installation. Run Solidworks.

Remote Lab Access

  1. Go to: https://719-license.main.ad.rit.edu/ which will bring up our server for student remoting.
  2. In the main window click on the GO button under “Student Remote Access” which will bring up a list of the lab computers.
  3. On the next page if the lab computers are not displayed automatically, click on the green bar near the top of the screen which will display all lab computers.
  4. Look through the list for a computer that is not currently in use which can be determined by the “Status” row and under “Remote” click Connect.
  5. A window should appear asking to open a .rdp file with the chosen computer name. Regardless of what browser you are using, when it asks what you want to do with the file, choose open. If it automatically goes to your download folder then simply double-click it to launch.
  6. If a warning window appears like the one below you can ignore it and click Connect.Screenshot
  7. You should now be prompted to give your RIT username and password to gain access to the computer. When doing so make sure to include MAIN\ in your username otherwise it won’t connect. ex: MAIN\abc1234