Accessing Amazon WorkSpaces


This article will help you get started accessing Amazon WorkSpace.


  1. An invitation will be sent to your UT Dallas email with a link to create a user profile. 
  2. Visit the client application and download the Mac or Windows Amazon WorkSpace.
  3. When you open the client for the first time, you will be prompted to input the registration code found in the invitation email.
  4. Access and install the applications assigned to you.
Note: For instructions on how to get started using WorkSpaces, see Amazon's User Guide.


Article ID: 1031
Mon 1/23/23 10:53 AM
Mon 3/27/23 9:28 AM

Related Articles (7)

This article provides answers to frequently asked questions regarding Code42 CrashPlan.
The Texas Advanced Computer Center (TACC) provides high-performance computing, visualization, data analysis, storage, software, and cloud, gateways & portal interfaces. Create a TACC account by following the instructions here.
The DMPTool is a web-based application developed to aid researchers write Data Management Plans (DMP) and/or Technology Control Plans (TCP), using funding focused templates. Researchers can save, edit, and share plans as well as request a review of their plan from the Office of Research.
Science Experts Network Curriculum Vitae (SciENcv) is an online tool in the My NCBI platform which allows researchers to create funder specific biosketches.
This article contains details on setting up a Microsoft Teams Meeting and adding external guests to it.
This article shows you how to get started and create an ORCID account.
This article shows you how to upload a poster file to the Open Science Framework (OSF).