Windows Labs

Windows lab machines use a common image maintained by IT, currently all machines are running Windows 7. UWB IT is currently testing and reviewing Windows 10 to determine the best roll-out timeline. There is no remote desktop access to these machines; users must be physically present.

David Guenther is the primary STEM Liaison for the Windows labs and can be contacted at uwbstitl@uw.edu for any support questions or requests.

Drop-in Windows Lab

The drop-in Windows lab is in UW1-310, and is wired with gigabit ethernet. Including the podium machine there are 17 Dell Optiplex 9020 workstations.

The UW1-310 Windows lab includes a range of IDEs and other software development tools including:

For a more complete list of software please see the Windows Lab Software page.

Desktop Specs
  • Dell Optiplex 9020 Mini-Towers
  • IT provided Windows 7 image with CSS specific apps installed.
  • Intel(R) i7-4790 @ 3.6GHz
  • 16GB RAM
  • Around 350GB free disk
Available Machines Monitor Config
14 towers - Windows 7 Dual Monitor
2 towers - Windows 7 Quad Monitor
1 tower - Windows 7 e-podium

Here are a few pages related to services in the drop-in lab that may be helpful

Cyber-Security Research Lab

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