Remote access to University resources

We offer a number of way of gaining flexible remote access to university resources including Wi-Fi and cellular data, whether in Australia or abroad.

Accessing Griffith applications and systems

Ensure you have network connectivity either using your home Wi-Fi or cellular data.

Most Griffith high use applications such as accessing your mail, learning@griffith, accessing the library and using standard software like Microsoft Word and Microsoft Teams can all be done from home using your normal s number login. For specialised secure applications VPN software is needed to access.

Connecting to your files remotely

To access your Microsoft One drive (or Google drive), login with your s number.

Guidance on working remotely with O365 tools including One drive

There are 3 options to connect to your network drives G, H and Y.

1. Map your G and H drives on your computer

Maps your G and H drives on your computer while you are connected to Griffith University Wi-Fi or working from home via a VPN connection.

Windows: Remote AD (staff only)

Mac: Connect to Server (staff only)

2. Access your network storage

Access your network drives via Fileway when working from home with a VPN connection.

3. Set-up G drive on your mobile

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Access the Service Catalogue to see the full list of available services.

Or you can ask our friendly staff about IT products and services, contact us by phone, email or chat.

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(07) 3735 5555 Brisbane

(07) 5552 5555 Gold Coast

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