Help Desk is located in the Palmer A Building, Room 120. Hours are Monday - Friday 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
The NCF NetID is your College user account. Students, faculty, and staff will receive a NetID following acceptance into the college or prior to the start of employment. Your NetID is identical to the email address you’re assigned, without the @ncf.edu and is used to access a variety of online services offered by the college.
Services utilizing the NCF NetID include:
The Office of Information Services maintains the enterprise level networks for New College of Florida. To ensure your security, the College’s network utilizes a secure authentication mechanism known as WPA2-Enterprise and 802.1X. This security protocol protects your NetID and password. In a wireless environment, it also protects your data with network encryption. To utilize this secure network, your network connection requires specific settings. We can help you get connected to both wired and wireless services, as well as show you how to connect your mobile devices to the NCF network.
The practice of hosting a desktop operating system within a virtual machine running on a centralized server. VDI is a variation on the client/server-computing model, sometimes referred to as server-based computing. VDI allows users to access desktops and applications from any location on almost any device utilizing our central core infrastructure. The virtual computing labs will be accessible by two methods, an installed client on the end-user device or a web-based internet browser connection.
Virtual labs using VMWare Horizon View provide remote-desktop capabilities to users using VMware’s virtualization technology. A client desktop operating-system, typically Microsoft Windows version 7 or higher, runs within a virtual environment on a server.
Access to licensed software that can be installed on personal devices.
The New College Office of Information Technology supports multiple computer labs on campus. In addition to shared teaching labs, there are concentration specific labs supported by college divisions and labs supported by the New College Student Association (NCSA).
The virtual labs are accessible on most devices and from any location on campus that has internet access. These labs are populated with the licensed applications that reside on the physical computing labs. Virtual labs enable students and faculty members to use the licensed applications outside of the physical computer labs and are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week.