Difference between revisions of "Network/VPN"

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==Getting Connected==
 
==Getting Connected==
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=== Client Setup ===
 
* [[Network/VPN/Windows|Configuring a Windows SSL VPN Connection]]  
 
* [[Network/VPN/Windows|Configuring a Windows SSL VPN Connection]]  
 
* [[Network/VPN/OSX|Configuring a macOS VPN Connection]]
 
* [[Network/VPN/OSX|Configuring a macOS VPN Connection]]
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Once connected to the VPN you can use the [[Remote_Desktop| Remote Desktop client]] to access a Windows machine, as well as access other UMIACS resources.
 
Once connected to the VPN you can use the [[Remote_Desktop| Remote Desktop client]] to access a Windows machine, as well as access other UMIACS resources.
  
==Enabling MultiFactor Authentication==
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=== Multi-Factor Authentication ===
* [[Network/VPN/MFA|Setup Pulse VPN for MFA]]
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{{Note| UMIACS VPN mandatory multi-factor authentication goes into effect at 8:00am on May 10th, 2019.}}
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* [[Network/VPN/MFA | Configuring Multi-Factor authentication]]

Revision as of 13:36, 25 April 2019

A virtual private network (VPN) extends a private network across a public network, and enables users to send and receive data across shared or public networks as if their computing devices were directly connected to the private network. UMIACS currently provides VPN access through a Pulse Secure SSL VPN.

Getting Connected

Client Setup

Once connected to the VPN you can use the Remote Desktop client to access a Windows machine, as well as access other UMIACS resources.

Multi-Factor Authentication

Exclamation-point.png UMIACS VPN mandatory multi-factor authentication goes into effect at 8:00am on May 10th, 2019.