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AppsAnywhere

Starting in fall 2017, applications on Windows computers at Campus Computing Sites began being streamed to computers using AppsAnywhere, an app store-like portal. Instead of being installed on Campus Computing Sites computers, most applications will be available on AppsAnywhere and launch from a web browser. The AppsAnywhere app store is also available on personal devices using Virtual Sites.
AppsAnywhere is an app store that enables staff, faculty, and students, on Windows computers, to access the university software they need, all from one web portal.
AppsAnywhere is an app store that enables staff, faculty, and students, on Windows computers, to access the university software they need, all from one web portal.
Return to AppsAnywhere Pilot webpage Removing an Application from the Cloudpaging Player The only way to remove software installed from the AppsAnywhere portal is through the Cloudpaging Player. Follow these steps to remove an application:
Return to AppsAnywhere Pilot webpage It's taking a long time to load an application. The first time you launch an application, it may be slow. After the initial launch, the application will load faster. I am trying to connect to AppsAnywhere but am receiving an error about not being able to connect to a License Server.
Files stored to U-M Box and U-M Google Drive will be available on Campus Computing Sites Windows computers and Virtual Sites as network drives using Kumo software. This will allow files in U-M Box and U-M Google Drive to be used with applications on Campus Computing Sites computers—without downloading and uploading a new version after editing.
Your access to software is based on your university affiliation: student, faculty, staff, sponsored affiliate, alumni, or guest. Applications on Windows computers at Campus Computing Sites is streamed to computers using the AppsAnywhere software portal. Instead of being installed on Campus Computing Sites computers, most applications will be available on AppsAnywhere and launch from a web browser. Availability will no longer depend on what is physically installed in the Campus Computing Sites location or computer.