Supported Browsers

You can connect to Virtual Labs 2.0 from any location by using an HTML5-capable web browser. Supported browsers include the following:

  • Google Chrome
  • Mozilla Firefox
  • Microsoft Edge
  • Safari


Monitors and Display Resolution

You can use dual monitors for application streaming sessions that are started on the following web browsers:

  • Google Chrome
  • Mozilla Firefox
  • Safari


For browser-based streaming sessions on dual monitors, a maximum display resolution of 2560x1440 pixels is supported per monitor.


Touchscreen Devices

Virtual Labs 2.0 supports gestures on touch-enabled iPads, Android tablets, and Windows devices. Examples of supported touch gestures include long-tap to right-click, swipe to scroll, pinch to zoom, and two-finger rotation for supporting applications.


To display the on-screen keyboard on an iPad or Android tablet, tap the keyboard icon on the Virtual Labs 2.0 toolbar. The keyboard icon turns blue, and you can use the on-screen keyboard to input text within the streaming application. Tap the keyboard icon again to hide the on-screen keyboard.


For end-user support on using Virtual Labs 2.0, contact the Help Desk.


Get Started

Instructions for connecting to Virtual Labs 2.0 are available in the IT Knowledge Base