Connect to RLAB IT Resources
School advice on setting up remote/home working
To access RLAB resources outside of the LSE or RLAB network you will need to connect your computer to the network using VPN (Virtual Private Network). After sucessfully connecting, you can connect to your RLAB networked user space (J: or Z: drive).
Connecting to RLAB VPN:
Connecting to your RLAB networked user spaces:
Connecting to your LSE networked resources:
To cope with the increased demand for remote access to LSE resources following the coronavirus situation, LSE Data and Technology Services are now requesting that you follow their updated instructions to access your H: Space, departmental shared drives and business and teaching applications via the link below.
The instructions will be for users using Windows 7 or 10 and all Mac OS versions