Basic IT information for users at DTU Physics
The sections below describe DTU IT services of interest to most users at DTU:
DTU Wireless networks:
DTU WiFi network for DTU users only (including DTU guest accounts).
Eduroam available to anyone with an Eduroam account (including DTU users):
Please see the Eduroam G-bar wiki page or the eduroam Configuration Assistant Tool for assistance with different operating systems (Windows, MacOS, Android, iPhone etc.).
VPN connection to DTU network network.
The DTU Inside intranet.
When you leave your employment at DTU, please read about IT when leaving DTU.
Security: Multi Factor Authentication (MFA) on Linux computers computers (use of MFA with SSH and other services).
E-mail client setup at DTU
DTU webmail service: For web browser access to your mail at the central DTU Exchange server, please use the webmail service at https://mail.win.dtu.dk.
For configuring E-mail client software on your PC we offer the following advice:
AIT/DTU Office 365 Configuration Instructions (DTU login required).
How to set up How to set up Exchange IMAP Email via the central DTU Exchange mail server (IMAP clients such as Thunderbird) for the central DTU Exchange mail server.
ExQuilla plugin (commercial) for Thunderbird using EWS (Exchange Web Services) for direct access to the Exchange server.
Calendar client setup at DTU
For configuring calendar client software on your PC we offer the following advice:
Microsoft Outlook users have built-in calendar functions.
Microsoft Outlook Web Access (OWA): You simply log in to the DTU Outlook Web Access server using a web browser.
Thunderbird calendar client setup at DTU client setup at DTU.