|Recommended Software for All Stanford Computers|
|Stanford Desktop Tools 3.2
Release Date: 10/21/13
Learn more and then download Stanford Desktop Tools 3.2
|Provides automatic software updates for site-licensed Stanford software.|
|Kerberos Commander 5.1
Release Date: 5/1/15
Learn more and then download Kerberos Commander 5.0
Configures Kerberos, which is built in to Mac OS X, to work with the Stanford network.
Release Date: 3/27/15
Learn more and then download BigFix Client
Recommended software that helps ensure your Macintosh computer has the latest operating system security updates. The patching is automated, unlike manual patching, and supplements Apple's Software Updates.
BigFix can be used to participate in the Stanford Power Management Program to reduce your carbon footprint and save energy. See the Learn More page for details.
|Stanford Anti-Malware 1.0
Release Date: 7/13/15
Learn more and then download Stanford Anti-Malware
The Stanford anti-malware service consists of System Center Endpoint Protection (SCEP), Microsoft's enterprise anti-malware solution. This program protects your computer from viruses, adware/spyware, and other malicious software.
Release Date: 10/24/14
Learn more and then download Fetch 5.7.3
|Provides secure access to your AFS files for Mac OS X 10.7 and above
See the Learn More page for registration information.
|Stanford OpenAFS for Macintosh||Provides AFS file mounting for Mac OS X 10.7 and above.
This program can be downloaded from the Stanford OpenAFS Client Software web site.
|Office for Mac
Release Date: 7/10/14
Learn more and then download Office for Mac
Provides Microsoft Office to Stanford faculty and staff on Stanford-owned computers. Includes Word, PowerPoint, Excel, Outlook, and Lync.
Students can get Office for Mac from the Software Licensing web store.
Release Date: 6/13/11
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|Allows Macintosh users to quickly establish SSH sessions using the Mac OS X Terminal application.|
|Connections to SUNet||
Information about connecting to the Stanford University network (SUNet) using wireless and Ethernet.
|Mac OS X at Stanford||
Information about using Mac OS X at Stanford