Lync Client Download (Communicator)
Use Lync on your home machine as you do in the office.
Download and unzip then run setup.exe and follow setup instructions.
Project in a Box (PIAB)
Project in a Box is designed to improve performance by helping project teams manage, control and share project information. PIAB lets you access and update documents that relate to your project.
If you would like to use PIAB for your Olympic project, please download the application below, unzip it, and run the unzipped file. You will also need to install the Olympic Software Root Certificate Authority Certificate (see the instructions above in the Staff Downloads section). When the installation is complete, please contact your Olympic Project Manager for licensing options.
For existing PIAB client users, you can upgrade your version to 3.4.1.003 by
New users have to install the full version by
Access your Olympic email from your web browser
Take me to Webmail, SharePoint Online, Office 365
Direct Access (Company Laptops)
If you have a company laptop it should automatically connect to the corporate network whenever you have an internet connection. If this is not happening please see Tech Services so that we can get this working for you.
Remote Desktop Proxy (Company Desktops)
Use your local remote desktop client to connect to your work desktop machine
Requires that you have the latest Remote Desktop Client (RDC version 7.0) installed. For more information and to download CLICK HERE.
Session will be disconnected after 12 hours or 45mins of inactivity. You will need to reconnect to the session to continue.
Start the Remote Deskop Client and enter the machine that you wish to connect to. You then need to select “Options” and from the “Advanced” tab select “Settings…”
Select “Use these RD Gateway server settings”
Enter rdp.olympic.co.nz as the server name
Select “OK” and initiate the connection as usual
You will need to remove the proxy settings when connecting to other non-Olympic machines.
If you would like to use Remote Desktop in Multi Monitor mode do the following:
Right click your desktop – select “New” – select “Shortcut”
For the location/path enter “mstsc /multimon”
Click “Next” and give the shorcut a meaningful name. Click “Next” again and this will create a shortcut on your desktop which starts Remote Desktop in Multi Monitor mode.
Advanced command line options (for those who know what they are doing):
Remote Desktop Connection Usage
MSTSC [<connection file>] [/v:<server[:port]>] [/admin] [/f[ullscreen]] [/w:<width> /h:<height>] [/public] | [/span] [/multimon] [/migrate] [/edit “connection file”]
/v:<server[:port]> — Specifies the remote computer to which you want to connect.
/admin — Connects you to the session for administering a server.
/f — Starts Remote Desktop in full-screen mode.
/w:<width> — Specifies the width of the Remote Desktop window.
/h:<height> — Specifies the height of the Remote Desktop window.
/public — Runs Remote Desktop in public mode.
/span — Matches the remote desktop width and height with the local virtual desktop, spanning across multiple monitors, if necessary. To span across monitors, the monitors must be arranged to form a rectangle.
/multimon — Configures the remote desktop session monitor layout to be identical to the current client-side configuration.