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Quick Start Guide: Getting Started with CMC Windows Cloud

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Usage terms and conditions apply to this software. For more information, refer to User Agreement on the associated product page:

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CADpass Client Secure Connection (will be referred to as CADpass Client or CADpass in this document) is a utility provided by CMC Microsystems that creates a secure connection between client PC’s, workstations, and computer sessions, and the CMC managed CNDN infrastructure.

 

Accessing CMC Windows Cloud

To log in to CMC Windows Cloud

  1. Go to https://turbo.cmc.ca
  2. Log in using your CMC registered email address.

Accepting the Usage Terms and Conditions

The first time you log in to https://turbo.cmc.ca,  you will need to accept the CMC Cloud Environment Usage Agreement.

  • Review the Usage Agreement and, when you have agreed to the terms, click Accept, as shown in Figure 1.

Figure 1: CMC Cloud Usage Agreement

Getting Started with CMC Windows Cloud

After logging in to the CMC Windows Cloud, a list of applications is displayed under the Applications tab, as shown in Figure 2.

Figure 2: CMC Windows Cloud Application List

Running Applications

There are two options for launching an application:

  • Run in Cloud (HTML5)
  • Run In Cloud (Windowed)
Run in Cloud (HTML5)

This option allows you to run an application embedded within your browser.

  1. Right-click the application you want to run and select Run in Cloud (HTML5), as shown in Figure 3.

Figure 3: Run in Cloud (HTML5)

A new browser tab opens where you can enter your credentials.

  1. Log in using your CMC registered email address.
    The application begins running in your browser.
  1. Wait for your session to begin.

Once the boot-up process is finished, the application will be ready for use in your browser.

For any questions on the use of specific applications, reference the CAD Tools Quick Start Guides: https://www.cmc.ca/tools

Run in Cloud (Windowed)

This option allows you to run an application on your Windows Desktop. This method requires the Turbo Client to use.

  1. Right-click the application you want to run and select Run in Cloud (Windowed), as shown in Figure 4.

Figure 4: Run in Cloud (Windowed)

  1. The first time you launch an application in this mode, click the Turbo Client hyperlink to start the download, as shown in Figure 5.

Figure 5: Turbo Client Download

  1. When the download is finished, install the Turbo Client.
  2. After the installation, refresh the page.
  3. Click Open Turbo.net for PC, as shown in Figure 6.

Figure 6: Open Turbo.net for PC

A Windows Security prompt is displayed prompting you for your credentials.

  1. Log in using your CMC registered email address.
    The application begins running in your browser.
  1. Wait for your session to begin.

When the boot-up process is finished, the application will be ready for use on your Desktop.

For any questions on the use of specific applications, reference the CAD Tools Quick Start Guideshttps://www.cmc.ca/tools

Monitoring Running Sessions

You are limited to one session of each application running at a time. An open session is represented by a green dot next to the application’s name. Hover over the application’s icon for more details on your session, as shown in Figure 7.

Figure 7: Session Details

Reconnecting to a Session

You can be disconnected from your remote session on occasion, as shown in Figure 8.

Figure 8: Session Disconnected

To reconnect, relaunch the application in your preferred mode and log in using your CMC registered email address.

Ending a Session

When you are finished with your session, properly shut down the application in use by using File | Exit within the application.

File Management

Saving Files

Save all your files to your personal network share drive (UWHome), as shown in Figure 9.

Figure 9: Network Share

Transferring Files

  1. From the application list, select Files, as shown in Figure 10.

Figure 10: Files

  1. Copy files from your local PC (C on …) to your network share (UWHome), as shown in Figure 11.

Figure 11: Local and Network Share

Searching and Sorting

Use the Search Bar in the top right corner to filter through applications, as shown in Figure 12.

Figure 12: Searching

Notifications

The red dot next to the bell icon shows that there are new messages, as shown in Figure 13.

Figure 13: New Notifications

To stay up to date with notifications, click the bell icon to get the latest updates on what is happening with the CMC Windows Cloud, as shown in Figure 14.

Figure 14: Notification Messages

Links

For a selection of helpful links, click the Links tab, as shown in Figure 15.

Figure 15: Links

Help

To access CMC’s support Page, click Help in the top right corner.

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