You can access our network by a variety of ways. Use the links below to setup your connection. If you need help with setup please contact Shawn or Ken.

Monarch Portal: monarchportal.premierpress.com

Exchange Outlook: owa.premierpress.com/owa

Citrix: citrix.premierpress.com

Paychex: eservices.paychex.com/secure

         The paychex website needs the Company id:      0490 PB94

Sharepoint: sharepoint.premierpress.com

 

VMware View client setup on Windows or Mac:

Go to web browser, then type https://VDI.PREMIERPRESS.COM
Then click “View Client for Windows” or MAC or Linux which ever matches your computer at home. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Step 2:

Select the Version that matches you computers Operating system, For most probably 32-bit

 

CHECKING WINDOWS BIT VERSION

  1. Windows XP Users
  2.  
1. Click the Windows “Start” menu and click “Run” to launch the command box.
2. Type “msinfo32.exe” (without quote marks) and press “Enter” to launch the Systems Information dialog box.
3. Locate “System Type” under the “Item” section. If you see “x86-based PC,” it means you are using a 32-bit operating system. If you see “x64-based PC,” you                         are using a 64-bit operating system.
 
 
 

Windows Vista and 7 Users

 

1. Click the Windows “Start” menu and click “Control Panel” to launch the Windows Control Panel.

  1. 2.Click the “System” link located under “System and Maintenance.” A new dialog box launches.
  2. 3. Locate the “System Type” section. If the computer is a 64-bit model, “64-bit Operating System” appears for the “System type” under “System.” If the computer is a 32-bit model, “32-bit Operating System” appears for the “System type” under “System.”

 

Step 3: 

Click save file

Step 4:

Go to the location that you downloaded the file and run the setup. Default settings are fine.

Step 5:
Type vdi.premierpress.com into the connection box. Then hit connect.

Step 6:
ENTER your Premier Press User and Password, enter premierpress as domain, then click login

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Step 7:
Click on your VM name then connect, at this time it will connect to your desktop.