Remote computing for FMB
More details on these steps can be found in the CHESS user guide: https://www.chess.cornell.edu/user-guide
Getting started: checklist
1. Do you have a CLASSE ID?
If you have a Cornell affiliation, your CLASSE ID is probably the same as your NetID.
If you're not affiliated with Cornell or if you're not sure if you have a CLASSE ID, you can log in to the user database
and check your profile.
If you don't see a CLASSE ID, take the "CHESS User Exam" on the user database. This should automatically trigger a new account to be created for you. Check your email for a message from email@example.com
with the subject line “New CLASSE computer account created”.
2. Is your CLASSE account active?
If you don't remember the last time you logged in to your CLASSE account: activate your account or reset your password
3. Are you enrolled in CLASSE Duo?
Most CHESS computing resources require CLASSE Duo two-factor authentication. Please follow the instructions here: https://wiki.classe.cornell.edu/Computing/CLASSEDuo
4. Have you installed and tested your NoMachine connection?
If you haven't connected to CHESS resources via NoMachine before, please install the client and test your connection by following the instructions here: https://wiki.classe.cornell.edu/CHESS/RemoteUserGuide
- 17 Mar 2022