X-Win32 2011 at MCSR
X-Win32 is an X Windows emulator for Microsoft Windows operating systems (including Windows XP, Vista, and Windows 7). The most common use of X-Win32 is as communications software allowing a convenient interface between Windows desktop PCs and UNIX-like servers. Many MCSR users find that this software is a cleaner, easier-to-use interface to MCSR servers than the somewhat outdated free version of SSH Client for Windows.
X-Win32 at the University of Mississippi
Researchers with a valid UM webid (ie, faculty, staff and students at UM) can find detailed instructions for obtaining X-Win32 free of charge in the myOleMiss portal. Under either the Student or Employee tab, choose Tools & Resources, then open the Software folder at left and click X-Win32.
X-Win32 at other Mississippi IHLs
Researchers at other (ie, non-UM) Mississippi institutions can still get X-Win32 free of charge under MCSR's multicampus license. To get detailed instructions on how to get and install the software, email MCSR staff at firstname.lastname@example.org.