Accessing the App Store
 

Access to the App Store is password protected, you must provide valid credentials (Username or email address and Password) to access it.

 

Forgot your password? If you enter an invalid username or password, you will see an error message. Click the Have you forgotten your password? link to request a new password via email, then follow the steps to login.

 

This short guide will show you step by step how to:

 

Log in to App Store
 

Login With Single Sign-On (SSO)
 

Using your preferred web browser, navigate to the web address provided by your administrator, for example, “mycollege.apporto.com.”

A ‘redirect’ screen displays.

 

              

 

Click Sign In to access the Apporto Login page.

Enter your Single Sign-On (SSO) username and password.

The App Store displays.

Login via Apporto Login Screen
 

Enter the credentials provided to you by your administrator in the Username or email address and Password fields.

 

              
 

Click Login

 

The first time you log in to the system using the password provided by your administrator, you are directed to the PROFILE page to enter a new, permanent password.  Also, the first time you log in, the App Store may take a little longer to launch, because your profile is being created.
 

 

The App Store is where you access all the applications and desktops available to you via Apporto.

For each application or desktop, you will see the name of the application, the name of the developer/publisher, the application type and an “action” button (Launch, Install, or Download). 

 In cases where an application is not authorized for your user account, the “action” button shows the label request, allowing you to submit a request for the application to your administrator.

 

There are four application types:

 

  1. Streamed App: The most common type of app in Apporto.  Installed on a server in the cloud and “streamed” to your local computer through a web browser.

  2. Downloadable App: Applications that you download and install on your local computer.  These apps are not managed by the Apporto system. We simply enable you to download them.

  3. Native App: Applications that you download and install on your local computer.  These apps are managed by the Apporto system. The installation and configuration are streamlined for ease of use.

  4. Web App: Applications that run in the browser by design.  Apporto simply provides a link to launch these applications.

 

Search for an Application
 

App Search

 

When you search for an application, the system reads the word(s) in your search term as a string of characters (rather than as separate words), and searches for occurrences of the text string anywhere in the application name or the developer/publisher name.

For example, the search term “ad” would include the results “AutoCAD,” “Notepad” and “Cadence.”

Enter the term you wish to search for in the Search box, then press Enter.

The App Store refreshes to display only those applications that contain your search term.

 

               
 

Click the icon to clear the Search box and return to the full App Store.

Launch App

To launch an App or Desktop click on the Launch button. See launching an App or Desktop for more information.
 

Send Feedback to Apporto
 

Send Feedback
 

The Feedback tab lets you send questions, comments or suggestions for improvements to the Apporto Support team.

Click the HELP dropdown and then click FEEDBACK FORM
 

                        
 

The ‘Your Feedback’ form displays in a new browser tab.
 

                   

 

Enter your question, comment or suggestion then click Submit.

The message "Thank you, your submission has been received" displays to confirm your submission.

Click the Go back to the form link to return to the Feedback Form, or close the browser tab to return to the App Store.
 

Log out of App Store
 

Logout
 

To prevent unauthorized access, you must log out of the App Store when finished with your session.

Click the LOGOUT link in the App Store header. You are returned to the ‘login’ screen.