More and more software companies are incorporating a "sign-in" or "single sign on" component to their software packages. Adobe and Autodesk are great examples. With Adobe Creative Cloud, all you need to do is sign into your Creative Cloud account, and software that is licensed to you is available at any time, any where. If you have login credentials for software from our partners, you'll be able to login and use selected software on StratusCore's Virtual Workstation.
After logging into the StratusCore platform, you will land on the Dashboard. Click to expand the "Marketplace" pull-down, and then click on "Software". You can use your mouse wheel to scroll down the page to see supported software titles.
Select the software you want to use. If it allows a login "license", you'll have the option to indicate that you have valid credentials. After confirming that you do, it will add that software to your list of available software for the Virtual Workstation. When you've selected all the software you need, you can launch a Virtual Workstation.
Follow the directions to launch your session. If you need more help starting a Virtual Workstation session, please click here: Quick Start - Start a Virtual Workstation. A Visual Guide
Once you've connected to the Virtual Workstation, you will see icons for the software you selected. If you're launching software that requires your credentials, it's at this point that you'll enter your third-party credentials (ie, Adobe or Autodesk username and password).
When you're finished with your session, log out.
NOTE: If you forget to log out of your Autodesk or Adobe account, DON'T WORRY. StratusCore DOES NOT store or save any personal information. StratusCore will log you out of your software.
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