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Millersville Logins Page

The logins page contains many helpful links used by Millersville students, faculty, and staff. You can get to the logins page by clicking on the "Logins" link in the footer of the Millersville website or following following this link:

Virtual Desktops

Staff & Faculty

  • Access at 
    • Login with your MU username (ex. jsmith) and the same password you use to log into your work computer
    • Use the Hyperion Web Only option if you need to use Hyperion Web
    • If you don't need access to Hyperion Web you can use the Win 10 option
  • Allows access to M:\,  H :\,  Onbase , SAP,  Banner,  Hyperion Studio & Web  

  • Can be accessed from any  web browser


  • Access at
    • Login with your MU username (ex. jmsmith) and the same password you use to log into your MU e-mail
    • Same Windows desktop as in our general purpose computer labs on campus
      • Vlab is our Windows 10  virtual desktop and Vlab Win7 is our legacy Windows 7 virtual desktop
    • Can be accessed from any  web browser
  • Access to Bassler 102, Breidenstine 301, Osburn for specialized software:

Free for anyone - Wireless Hot Spots

Free for anyone (during the pandemic response) wireless hot spot coverage maps 

HELP, my remote session is locked

  • Click on tab on the left within your web browser
  • Then click on the CTL ALT DEL button at the top


Access at

Office 365 overview webinar recording for MU:

Documentation to go with webinar: Office 365 overview



Office Apps (Word, Outlook, Excel)  

Adobe Creative Cloud

  • Access at
  • Gives you access to the entire Adobe suite (Adobe DC, Photoshop, Illustrator, etc.)
  • You are able to download Adobe programs on your personal computer
  • For instructions on how to install & Access the Creative Cloud, visit Adobe Creative Cloud Suite

Temporary Student Software from Adobe

Millersville University has been granted the Temporary Student software from Adobe. This means that they can login to with their email addresses and install the desktop applications to their personal devices. This is temporary access and can be revoked at anytime by Adobe. Below is a link that can be sent to students with instructions on how to access the resources.

Temporary Access to Creative Cloud desktop Apps for Education:


Accessing Voicemail

  • To listen to you voicemail: In your MU Email you will have an audio/Mp4 file in your inbox

    If you delete it from your inbox it will also be deleted on the phone system also.

  • To change your voicemail greeting: From an outside line dial 717-871-7878 then press * and enter your extension and press #, then enter your phone pin and press # (same pin you use to access your VM). Then listen to instruction prompts to adjust your voicemail message settings

Jabber/Call Centers

Call Center Phone Resources


Help Desk

Help Desk Contact Info

Location: Boyer Building

Phone: 717-871-7777


Classroom Hotline: 717-871-7820

After Hours D2L Help: 877-325-7778

D2L Email and Live Chat

Call Center

  • Fall/Spring Semesters:
    • M-F 8:00am - 5:00pm EST
  • Summer Sessions:
    • M-F 8:00am - 4:00pm EST

Walk-in TAC

Technical Assistance Center - access via W. Frederick Street side of building

By Appointment Only

MU Alert System: Emergency Notification

LiveSafe - mobile safety system for the University Community: LiveSafe App

1 Comment

  1. If you are away from the keyboard for a bit and the remote session locks in the web browser for virtual desktops. How do you properly send the CTRL-ALT-DEL signal so it registers on the Windows 7 generic desktop and not your local PC? I don't see any option to send a CTRL-ALT-DEL to the generic desktop.

    Edit: I think I just figured it out. I had to close the browser and go back in to unlock the computer. The interface for VMware Horizon offers no visible way to send a CTRL-ALT-DEL signal. However closing and relogging in seems to get me back properly.

    Edit Edit: Thanks for the update Ruth! Didn't see the little icons at the top like that they were a bit transparent and looked disabled.