End-to-end services from deployment, management, maintenance, and technical support for enterprise Windows servers.

Services (7)

Active Directory (AD)

Active Directory provides the methods for storing directory data and making this data available to network users and administrators. For example, AD stores information about user accounts, such as names, passwords, phone numbers, and so on, and enables other authorized users on the same network to access this information. It also stores information on university-owned computers to facilitate software updates and patching.

Department Share

Many UT Dallas departments leverage Network Drives to store files and folders.


Internet Information Systems is a flexible web server from Microsoft that runs on Windows to serve requested HTML pages or files. It provides website resources from UTD's enterprise infrastructure to run your website.

Windows DNS

OIT manages and operates the central Domain Name System (DNS). DNS is an internet technology used to convert domain names into IP addresses.

Windows Licensing

The Office of Information Technology offers Windows OS software licenses to ensure campus IT departments access the necessary tools and applications they may need for their coursework.

Windows RDS Deployment

Windows Remote Desktop Services (RDS) enables users to connect to an on-campus Windows PC or server from an off-campus location using either a Windows or Mac computer.

Windows Server

Windows Server is a group of operating systems designed by Microsoft that carries enterprise-level management, data storage, applications, and communications. UTD uses Windows Server for multiple applications.