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Welcome to the SEASnet Labs!
Let us know if there is anything we can help you with.

COVID-19 – SEASnet Labs / Office will be closed until further notice

SEASnet will be actively monitoring all Email sent to

Please do not leave any messages on our Help Desk line (310) 206-6864, instead please email us with your issue.

Please continue to send email pertaining to:

STUDENTS

– Looking up your SEASnet account / Changing your password (see Option 1 at the below link)

https://www.seasnet.ucla.edu/changing-password/

– Create a SEASnet account

https://www.seas.ucla.edu/acctapp/

– RemoteApp/Remote Desktop issues

https://www.seasnet.ucla.edu/setting-up-remoteapps-and-remote-desktop/

– Software Access for courses

FACULTY / TA’s

– Class Resource Activation

https://www.seasnet.ucla.edu/class-activation/

– Account Access

– Email Access

– Software Downloads

Please don’t hesitate to email the SEASnet Help Desk with any questions, concerns or issues you have.

Setting Up RemoteApps and Remote Desktop (requires VPN)

RemoteApp and Remote Desktop Instructions
UCLA VPN (Click Here)
UCLA VPN using MFA

Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI)

Seasnet has added VDI to it’s Network.  Virtual desktop VMC 4405 and VMC 4442 can be accessed using the same seaslab\user name and password that is used in the Seasnet computer labs and it can be used by more than one user on the network as if it were hosted locally on their own computer. Virtual desktops allows Seasnet students the ability to access the same Applications, Software and network devices that Seasnet offers at this time with the same security. 

VDI Access

FAQ 

Please click HERE for frequently asked questions regarding problems and updates such as:
  • Unable to download from Internet Explorer
  • JavaScript errors
  • Unable to save certain files/PDFs
  • Program file save errors

Disk Quota Issues

Please click HERE for information regarding your Disk Quota

SEASnet Lab Policies

We ask for your assistance in assuring that the SEASnet labs remain usable for all engineering students.
Lost and Found: Items recovered in the SEASnet Labs are turned in to the HSSEAS Lost and Found located in 2684 BH.