Utilities

Below is the list of utilities software currently used at LSE along with availability, support and training details.

Browse software type by category: Accessibility|, Specialist and teaching software|, Standard apps|, Utilities|.

 

Application

Availability

Support
(see key
below)

Training

Putty
Bi-directional, text-orientated communications
Client
More information|

 

On LSE PCs
-on build*

Personal Licence
- Free/website|

Supported

Self-study:
- Online materials| 

PSFTP 0.6
File Transfer Client
More information|

 On LSE PCs
- on build*

Personal Licence
- Free/website|

Supported

Self-study
-  Online materials|

TreeSize Pro 3
 
Hard Disk space management software
More information |

On LSE PCs
- on build*

Personal licence
- Website|

Supported

Self-study:
Online materials
|

Sophos Anti-Virus
Security software to protect against viruses and attacks
More information
|

On LSE PCs
- on build*

Personal Licence
- free for staff/students whilst registered|

 Provided

Self-study:
- Online materials|

WinSCP
File transfer software for windows
More information|

On LSE PCs
- on build*

Personal Licence
- free/website  |

Supported

Self-study:
- Online materials|

Key to support levels

Support Level

Description

Recommended

In-depth knowledge of the software is available to provide a high level of technical support. In addition, online guides, FAQs and training courses are offered for some applications.

Supported

The majority of centrally-provided software falls into this category. Technical support is provided by Information Management and Technology, although the level of support varies according to staff expertise.

Provided

Software in this category is centrally-provided without technical support from Information Management and Technology. In cases where supplier-support is available, support calls will be promptly referred on behalf of the end-user.

* Applications on LSE Desktop maybe on the core build or virtualised 

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