Difference between revisions of "How to open a terminal window (windows)"

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Click "Login to the Campus Software Library", then choose UW-Madison from the drop down menu.
 
Click "Login to the Campus Software Library", then choose UW-Madison from the drop down menu.
  
Login with your netid.
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Login with your netid. (How to get a netid [https://kb.wisc.edu/page.php?id=48685])
  
 
Scroll down to the Van Dyke area, and click the appropriate Secure CRT for your computer type.
 
Scroll down to the Van Dyke area, and click the appropriate Secure CRT for your computer type.

Revision as of 09:16, 10 July 2017

Windows does not come with a native terminal program. CMD, while similar, is not the same.

The University offers a program for download for free called Secure CRT. It is available at [1] .

Click "Login to the Campus Software Library", then choose UW-Madison from the drop down menu.

Login with your netid. (How to get a netid [2])

Scroll down to the Van Dyke area, and click the appropriate Secure CRT for your computer type.

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