Apps on Demand is Cornell's implementation of Amazon AppStream 2.0, which allows users to access desktop applications through their HTML5-capable web browsers. This service's main goal is to provide specialized software necessary for each course without requiring each student to purchase the...Read more
In order to better meet accessibility standards, CIT implemented coding changes that had a small effect on the way the CUWebLogin page looks. In case your eagle eyes spotted the changes, we wanted to reassure you that you are on a valid page.New Version (beginning February 24, 2019)...Read more
Once again, students are invited to apply for Cornell diverse student summer internships!Read more
Each year, the Alliance for Diversity and Inclusion (ADI) typically recruits about 20 diverse students for summer internships and trains around 600 employees.Read more
On rare occasions, an app's window will appear as a black box instead of showing the app.
This is a case of "turn it off, then turn it back on," specifically,In the Appstream navigation bar, click the User icon, then select...Read more
If one or more applications appear off-screen, it is likely a resolution problem, either in AppStream or on your local device.
AppStream : In the AppStream Navigation bar, click Enter fullscreen mode .
Local device...Read more
If, when signing in to Apps on Demand, you are asked to "Select a role," it probably means you have multiple sets of permissions in the service. Select whichever option matches the class you selected on the IT@Cornell Application Portal (in step one of the...Read more
If, when signing in to Apps on Demand, you see a message that says "Your request included an invalid SAML response," it means you are not included in the group authorized for access to this class's stream.
Ask your professor or TA to contact firstname.lastname@example.org...Read more