1 RSCCD REMOTE PORTAL The RSCCD Remote Portal allows employees to access their RSCCD (via Outlook Web Access), Department (Public) Folders, Personal (H Drive) Folder, and the District Intranet from a remote location. The Remote Portal also provides links to some of the District s applications, such as Web Advisor, Web Attendance, Enrollment Management Tool, Report Repository, Publications Web Submission, Astra Schedule, and more. TABLE OF CONTENTS: (Click on the link below to jump to the section) Technology Requirements Accessing the RSCCD Remote Portal o Navigating the Home Page o Quick Link Menu o Preferences o Sign Out (Log Off) o Browser Address Line o Panel Headers o Folder / File Access o Directory and Folder Bookmarks o District Intranet Outlook ( ) Web Access o Global Address Book o Attaching Files o Calendar o Personal Contacts o Tasks o Public Folders o Options o Creating Outlook Shortcuts Troubleshooting / FAQ s Technology Requirements: A Computer, tablet, or smart phone that can access the Internet with a web browser. Microsoft Internet Explorer is the recommended web browser (preferably the newest version), as it allows all of the features of Outlook Web Access to be used. o NOTE: Smart phones and tablets can sync with the RSCCD , calendar, and contacts. The use of Remote is not necessary for only access, however, sync will not provide access to the District Intranet, Department or Personal Folders.
2 To access the RSCCD Remote Portal: 1. Open an Internet Browser page. Type in the address line, and click Go which may be represented by the icon. 2. On the RSCCD Remote Access Portal log in screen, enter an RSCCD User ID in the User Name field, and RSCCD Password in the Password field. RSCCD User ID s are a combination of two letters and five numbers (e.g. pq54321). Use lower case letters for the User ID. Click Sign In to continue. NOTE: Current RSCCD Employees may still have a User ID format of LastName_FirstName (e.g. Doe_John).
3 3. Users who may be unsure of their RSCCD User ID and/or password, or are having issues logging onto the RSCCD Remote Portal can click the Can t access your account? link located next to the Password field on the RSCCD Remote Access Portal home page. 4. The Can t access your account? link will redirect users to the RSCCD password management page. The password management page allows users to change their RSCCD password (the current password must be known), look up their User ID, show their password hint, or reset their RSCCD password (if the current password is not known). Detailed instructions on how to use the RSCCD password management page can be found at
4 5. Remote requires a plug-in from Juniper Networks to be installed in order to function. If prompted, Allow the download from Juniper to install on the computer. 6. Once logged on, the RSCCD Remote Home Page will appear.
5 Navigating the RSCCD Remote Portal Home Page: 7. The Remote Home Page has a Quick Link menu located in the top right corner of the screen. The top section of the page is web bookmarks, and the lower section is file bookmarks. 8. The Quick Link tool bar contains links (from left to right) to the Home Page, Preferences, a session timer, and Log Off. There is also an address line that allows access to the District s network sites located directly beneath the Quick Link tool bar.
6 9. The top section of the home page is Web Bookmarks, which include the District Intranet, Outlook Web Access (for District ), and other District applications. 10. The lower section is file bookmarks, which include documentation, department and individual user (H- Drive) directories. Using the Quick Link Menu: 11. The Quick Link tool bar allows users to access the Home Page, Preferences, session timer, and to Log Out. The address line allows user to access sites on the District s Network. Home link returns users to the main RSCCD Remote Home Page. Preferences link enables users to change the appearance of the page. Session timer tracks the remaining time available for the session. Remote sessions have a maximum login time of five (5) hours. After five (5) hours has elapsed, the session will time out and terminate. The user will then have to log back into Remote to establish a new session. Sign Out terminates the remote session. Browse address line allows users to access any network server, folder, or file by address.
7 Preferences: 12. Preferences allow the Remote Home Page to be reordered. 13. To change the appearance of the home page, click the Preferences link, then select the User Home tab. The sections of the home page can be moved up or down to customize the page. To move a section, click once on the section name to select it, then click Move Up to move it up on the page or Move Down to move it down on the page. Click Save Changes at the bottom when the sections have been moved to their desired location.
8 14. The home page has one column as a default setting. Preferences will allow the page to be organized in two columns. To create a two column view, use the Move < and Move > buttons to move the sections to either the left or the right column. The sections can also be moved up and down in each of the columns as described above. Once the sections are in the desired column and location, click Save Changes. 15. The home page will reflect the changes.
9 Sign Out (Log Off): 16. Click the Sign Out icon to end a remote session. If a user forgets to log off, the session will time out after five (5) hours, and the connection will be terminated. For security reasons, it is recommended that the browser be closed, once the session has been terminated. NOTE: The Log Off icon in Outlook Web Access only logs the user out of Outlook Web Access, and does not log out of the Remote session. Click to log off of Remote 17. To launch a new Remote session after logging off, select Click here to sign in again. This will return users to the Remote log in page. Click to return to the Remote log in page.
10 Browse Address Line: 18. The browser address line allows users to access any network server, folder, or file by typing the complete network address into the address line, and clicking the Browse button. 19. Specific internet websites can also be accessed using the browser address line. Enter the specific website address in the browse field 20. To return to the RSCCD Remote home page, click the Back button in the upper left corner. This is the only way to return to the Remote home page. Click the back button to return to the RSCCD Remote home page.
11 Panel Headers: 21. Panel Headers contain quick link icons to change panel preferences, add a bookmark, and collapse or expand the view. Panel Headers are located in the upper right corner of the Files and Web Bookmarks panels. 22. The arrow icon is the collapse or expand panel header. This icon can be used to collapse (hide) or expand (open or show) the content of that section. Click the arrow to collapse the section. Click the arrow to expand the section. 23. Web Bookmarks can be opened in a separate window. To open a web bookmark in a separate window, click the Window icon to the far right of the bookmark to be opened. Double clicking on the Web Bookmark name will open the bookmark in the current window. Double click to open bookmark in the current window. Click to open the web bookmark in another browser window. 24. The list icon is a quick link to the panel preferences. Panel Preferences allow users to change the order of the links within each section. Click the icon to change the panel preferences.
12 25. The panel preference will allow users to reorder any personal bookmarks that have been added. The bookmarks can be moved up or down, and be displayed before the default or permanent bookmarks in the section. To move a bookmark, click once to select it, and use the buttons on the left side to move the link to the desired location in the panel. Once the preferences have been set, click Save Changes to save, or Cancel to cancel the reorganization. NOTE: The default District links cannot be deleted. Use buttons to move or delete personal bookmarks within the panel. Click the check box to move personal bookmarks above the default bookmarks. 26. Bookmarks can be created in Remote for frequently used websites. To add a web bookmark, click + on the right side of the Web Bookmarks panel header. Click + to add a web bookmark.
13 27. Enter a Bookmark Name and the URL address of the website. must be entered preceding the web address (e.g. Click the box next to Open Bookmark in a new window to select it. This will automatically open the bookmark in a new browser window. Click Add Bookmark to complete the process. Enter a name for the web bookmark. Enter the URL web address of the website. Click the check box to open the website in a new browser window.
14 28. The new bookmark will appear under the default bookmarks in the Web Bookmarks panel. 29. To delete a Web Bookmark, click on the trash can icon to far right of the bookmark to be deleted. The bookmark will be deleted. Deleted bookmarks cannot be recovered, if a bookmark was deleted in error, it will need to be recreated. Folder / File Access: 30. Users can access public, department or personal (H Drive) folders from Remote. First, select the folder s location: Public for public folders, which are folders that everyone can access; Department Directories for department folders; or Personal Directories for personal (H Drive) folders. Access to Department and Private Directories requires specific account permissions. For security and privacy reasons, employees can only access their own personal folder. Click on the appropriate link under the Files section.
15 31. From the selected Directory, scroll down and double click on the folder or sub folder to open. 32. To return to a previous menu (directory), click on the portion of the current directory at the top. For example, to return to the Information Services department folder in the example below, click on Information Services.
16 33. To create a new sub folder on the H drive in Public, Department, or Personal Folders access the appropriate folder. Click the New Folder button in the upper right corner. 34. Enter the name of the new folder in the Folder Name field. Click Create Folder to add the folder to the current directory. Enter the name of the new folder. 35. The new sub folder will appear in the directory or parent folder that was selected. 36. To delete a sub folder, click in the box next to the folder name. A check mark will appear. Click Delete to continue.
17 37. A confirmation screen will appear. Click Yes to confirm that the selected folder and the files that it contains are to be deleted. Cancel will cancel the deletion. 38. The selected folder will be permanently deleted. Deleted folders and/or files cannot be recovered. NOTE: The system will not allow Parent folders, folders containing sub folders, to be deleted in this way. To delete Parent folders, the sub folder(s) must be deleted first. Then the parent or primary folder can be deleted. Directory and Folder Bookmarks: 39. To add a Department or Private User directory or folder as a personal bookmark, click the box next to the desired object to select it. A check mark will appear in the box. Then click Bookmark Selected. 40. To bookmark the current folder, click Bookmark Current Folder in the upper right corner.
18 41. Change the Bookmark Name from the file path to something more descriptive. Click Add Bookmark to complete the process. Change the bookmark name. 42. The added bookmarks will appear under in the Files section on the Remote home page. 43. To delete Personal Bookmarks, click the trash can icon on the far right.
19 Download / Upload Folders and Files: 44. To open a file, access the appropriate folder and double click on the file to be opened. Double click on the file to open. 45. A dialog box will prompt to either open or save the file. Select, Open to simply open the file for immediate use, or Save to save the file to the computer in use to be opened or used at a later date. Click Cancel to return to the previous screen. NOTE: Remember when the file is saved to select the Save As option by clicking on the down arrow next to the save button. Otherwise, the file will be stored in a temporary folder that may be difficult to locate on the computer. 46. To down load single or multiple folders or files, click the box next to each folder or file that is to be downloaded. A check box will appear next to the select file(s). Click Download. 47. The folders or files will be converted to a.zip file. Enter the name for the.zip file, then click Download. Enter a name for the.zip file.
20 48. A dialog box will prompt to open or save the file. Click the down arrow next to Save. Select Save As. This will allow the location the file will be saved to be selected. 49. Select the location that the file should be saved to. Click Save to complete the process. The file(s) will be saved on the computer that is being used. Do not save files to a public computer (e.g. a computer in the library), only your private or personal computer or device. 50. To upload a file(s) to Public, Department, or Personal Folders, double click on the destination folder of the file(s) to be uploaded to open the folder. Click the Upload Files button in the upper right corner. NOTE: Up to five (5) files can be uploaded at one time. Each upload (containing one or a combination of files) has a maximum size of 500MB. Uploads larger than 500MB can be broken down into multiple uploads.
21 51. Click the Browse button to access files on the computer currently in use. 52. In the Choose File to Upload dialog box, click once on the file to be uploaded to select it, and then the Open button.
22 53. Repeat the Browse and Open steps for each file to be uploaded (up to five). Click Upload to complete the process. 54. A dialog box will appear to provide a status of the upload. Click Close when the upload is complete. 55. The newly uploaded files will appear in the select folder.
23 NOTE: If an uploaded file has an identical name as an existing file in the folder, the newly uploaded file will be appended with the date/time stamp at the end of the file name. If the existing file is to be overwritten, it must be deleted prior to uploading the revised or new file of the same name. A duplicate file name will be appended with a time/date stamp. District Intranet Access: 56. To access the RSCCD Employee Intranet, click the District Intranet link under Web Bookmarks on the Remote home page. 57. A redirection page will appear. Click the link to continue to the Intranet ( Click Return to previous page to return to the Remote home page.
24 58. Enter an RSCCD User ID in the User Name field, and RSCCD Password in the Password field. RSCCD User ID s are a combination of two letters and five numbers (e.g. pq54321). Use lower case letters for the User ID. Click OK to access the Intranet. NOTE: Current RSCCD Employees may still have a User ID format of LastName_FirstName (e.g. Doe_John)..
25 Outlook Web Access ( ): 59. To access a District account through Remote, click the Outlook Web Access link in the Web Bookmarks panel. 60. Outlook Web Access will open in a new browser window. 61. Mailbox view is indicated next to the Inbox in the header. The view should be set to Messages. The view can be changed by clicking on the down arrow next to Messages. NOTE: It is recommended that the view be left in the Messages mode. Changing the view may cause some messages not to be displayed or for messages disappear from the Inbox.
26 62. The Outlook Web Access tool bar is located on the top header. The tool bar contains icons (from left to right) for new messages, move / copy, delete, reply, reply all, forward, show/hide the reading pane, check for new messages, search, address book, and Help. The icons are basically the same as in the desktop version of Outlook. Send, read, reply, and forward mail as normal using the icons on the tool bar. 63. The menu on the left side toward the bottom of the screen, has links to (from top to bottom) the Inbox, Calendar, Contacts, Tasks, Public Folders, Rules, and Options. Outlook Global Address Book: 64. The RSCCD Global Address book is available in Outlook Web Access. To access the address book, either click the address book icon on the tool bar, or open a new message and click the To button.
27 65. The Global Address List allows users to search by a variety of fields, including display name, last name, first name, title, and department. Enter the recipient s name in the display, last, or first name fields. Click Find to search. The display results will appear in the window below the search fields. Click to search the Global Address List for the entered name. 66. In the search results, click once on the desired recipient to select them. Next click To to add them to the new . Recipients can also be added to the carbon copy (CC) or blink carbon copy (BCC) fields from this screen. Repeat the process for each recipient. When all the recipients have been selected,
28 click the Close button in the bottom right corner to return to the body of the . Complete and send the as normal. Click on the intended recipient to select, then click To, CC, or BCC to add to the . Click to add the select person to the . Click to close the window when all recipients have been selected.
29 Outlook File Attachments: 67. To attach a file to an , click the Attachments button in the body of the . Click to attach a file to the In the attachment dialog box, click Browse and locate the desired file. Click to locate a file on the computer to attach to the Once the desired file has been located, click on it once to select it. The file name will appear in the File Name field at the bottom of screen. Click Open to continue.
30 70. When appropriate file has been identified, click Attach to attach the file to the . Repeat the browse and add process for each file that is to be attached. The files to be attached will appear in the Current File Attachments section. Once all the files have been attached, click Close to complete the process. Complete and send the as normal. NOTE: Each service (e.g. gmail, Yahoo, AOL, etc.) has their own maximum file size. s exceeding these maximums will not be delivered. It is recommended to keep s and attachments under 10 megabits total to ensure delivery. Click to attach the file to the . Click to close the window when all the files have been selected.
31 71. To remove a file from the attachment window, click the box next to the file(s) to be deleted in the Current File Attachments section. When all of the files to be deleted have been selected, click Remove. Click to remove the selected attachments from the . Outlook Calendar: 72. To access the Outlook Calendar, click Calendar link towards the bottom of the left side menu. Click to open the Outlook Calendar.
32 73. The Calendar Tool Bar at the top, contains links (from left to right) to create a new calendar item, print, delete, change the view (to day, week, or month), check for new messages, search, view reminders, address book, and Help. 74. Calendar items can be added, changed, or deleted as normal. 75. To return to the Inbox, click Inbox toward the bottom of the left side menu.
33 Outlook (Personal) Contacts: 76. Personal contacts entered in Outlook are available in Outlook Web Access. To access personal contacts, click Contacts on the left side menu toward the bottom of the screen. Click to open Outlook (Personal) Contacts. 77. The Contacts Tool Bar at the top, contains links (from left to right) to create a personal contact, move/copy, delete, check for new messages, search, address book, and Help. 78. Contacts can be added, deleted, and changed as normal.
34 Outlook Tasks: 79. Outlook Tasks are available by clicking the Task link on the left side menu towards the bottom of the screen. Click to open Outlook Tasks. 80. The Tasks Tool Bar at the top, contains links (from left to right) to create a task, move/copy, delete, check for new messages, search, address book, and Help. 81. Tasks can be added, changed, or deleted as normal.
35 Outlook Public Folders: 82. Outlook Public Folders can be accessed by clicking on the Public Folders link on the left side menu towards the bottom of the screen. Click to open Outlook Public Folders. 83. The Outlook Public Folders will open in a new browser window. The Public Folder Tool Bar at the top, contains links (from left to right) to create a public folder (requires permissions), delete, reply, replay all, forward, show/hide reading pane, check for new messages, search, address book, and Help. 84. To open the public folders, click on the + next to the appropriate main folder. Double clicking the main folder will not open it. To open a file within a folder, simply double click on the file. Click + to open an Outlook Public Folder.
36 Double click to open a file in a sub folder. Outlook Options: 85. To access the Options menu, click the Options link on the left side menu towards the bottom of the screen. Click to open Outlook Options.
37 86. The Outlook Options can be set for: a. Out of Office Assistant allows users to send an auto response to incoming s when they are out of the office. To turn the Out of Office Assistant on, click the box next to I m currently out of the office, and type a message in the Auto Reply only once to each sender with the following text: field. NOTE: The Out of Office Assistant will only send an automated response to s that are sent to another RSCCD account. The automated response will not be sent to external (e.g. students) or non-district addresses. b. Messaging options allow users to change the number of s displayed on a page, control what Outlook does when an item has been moved or deleted, display a notification message when new mail arrives, play a sound when new mail arrives, automatically include a signature, set up and format the signature, and select the mail font. c. Reading Pane Options allow users to select when an item is marked as read. The default setting is mark item as read when selection changes.
38 d. Security allows users down download the newest version of the security controls. Users should not need to use this feature, as updates are automatically sent out for all District applications. e. Privacy and Junk Prevention Options allow users to manage the manner in which junk mail is handled and adjust some privacy features. Users can filter junk mail, manage their junk list, set automatic responses to read receipt requests, and block external content in HTML messages. f. Appearance Options allow the user to adjust the color scheme of Outlook Web Access. g. Date and Time Formats allow the user to select the format in which dates and times are displayed. h. Calendar Options allow the user to set the day of the week that their calendar starts, the time that their work day starts and ends, and the first week of the year (if it desired for the weeks to be numbered throughout the year).
39 i. Reminder Options allow users to enable or disable the reminder feature for calendar items, task items, and audible sound when a reminder is due. Users can also set the default reminder time (how long before the event the reminder will appear). j. Contact Options allow users to select where Outlook will search first, either the Global Address Book (recommended) or Outlook contacts. k. Recover Deleted Items allows users to restore recently deleted items and move the items back into the Inbox, or delete them permanently. To recover a deleted item, click the View Items button under Recover Deleted Items option. A separate window will open. Recently deleted items will be displayed. Click the item to restore. Multiple items can be restored at the same time by pressing and holding the Control <Ctrl> key and clicking on the items. Once all the items have been selected, click Recover to restore the items to the Inbox, or Permanently Delete to permanently delete the selected items. Once all the items have been restored or deleted, click close. NOTE: Deleted items can only be restored or recovered for five (5) days after being deleted. After five (5) days, the items will be permanently deleted from the trash can by the system and will not be recoverable. Click to restore selected item(s) to the Inbox.
40 87. Once all the options have been configured or changed, click the Save and Close button on the Options Tool Bar to complete the process and activate the change. Click to save the changes to options. Outlook Shortcuts (Web Bookmarks): 88. Shortcuts or Web Bookmarks can be established for the Outlook Inbox, Calendar, Contacts, and Notes. To create a Web Bookmark, click the + or add button on the Web Bookmark header panel. Click + to add a web bookmark.
41 89. Enter a Bookmark Name and the URL address of the website. The URL for the Outlook shortcuts is: For example: Click the box next to Open Bookmark in a new window to select it. Click Add Bookmark to complete the process. RSCCD User ID s are a combination of two letters and five numbers (e.g. pq54321). Use lower case letters for the User ID. NOTE: Current RSCCD Employees may still have a User ID format of LastName_FirstName (e.g. Doe_John). Enter a name for the web bookmark. Enter the URL of the area of Outlook. Click the check box to open the website in a new browser window.
42 90. The new Bookmark will appear under the default Web Bookmarks. Outlook shortcuts can be reordered and deleted in the same manner as the rest of the Web Bookmarks. Trouble Shooting / FAQ s: NOTE: The Trouble Shooting and FAQ s below relate to personal computers (PC s) and not MAC s. Log On / Off: o Error Message: User Session in Progress a previous Remote session was exited by either closing the window or ended with the task manager. o Solution: Click Continue the Session to access the Remote home page. To keep this issue from occurring, always use the Log Out button on the home page tool bar to exit a remote session. Click to continue to the RSCCD Remote home page. o Error: When logging on, the log in page continues to reappear instead of logging onto the Remote home page.
43 o Solution: The problem is likely that the computer is not allowing cookies. The computer in use must allow session cookies from the RSCCD Remote site in order to access it. To find out how to adjust the Cookie settings on the computer, click on the Help pull down menu in Internet Explorer, and select Internet Explorer Help. Enter Cookies in the search and follow the instructions provided to change the settings on the computer. Click to access Internet Explorer help page. o Error Message: Pop Up is Blocked o Solution: Click OK to close the error message. The computer must allow pop ups from the RSCCD Remote website in order for the remote applications to work. If a pop up blocker is enabled, the error message may occur. To find out how to adjust the Pop Up Blocker settings on the computer, click on the Help pull down menu in Internet Explorer, and select Internet Explorer Help. Enter Pop Up Blocker in the search and follow the instructions provided to change the settings on the computer. A common way to change the pop up settings is to click the Tools menu in Internet Explorer, the Pop Up Blocker. Add the URL ( to the list of websites that should allow and click Add to complete the process. Click Close to close the window.
44 Click to access Internet Explorer help page. o Message: The previous site might require the following Active X Control: JuniperSetUpSP1.cab from Juniper Networks, Inc.. Click here to install o Solution: Juniper Networks Software is a plug-in that is necessary for the RSCCD Remote Portal to function properly. Click where indicated (usually a banner at the top of the page) to install the Juniper Networks on the computer. Follow the prompts to install. Once Juniper is installed the Remote Portal should be accessible. For any other problems with the RSCCD Remote Access Portal, or unusual error messages, please contact the Help Desk. Santa Ana College Santiago Canyon College District Operations Center (714) (714) (714)
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