Be cautious when using your university credentials. Never approve a request from Duo for multi-factor authentication (MFA) into university resources unless you requested access.Phishing Alert Message
When connecting from off-campus, OIT offers several remote options based on your needs including the university's virtual private network (VPN) and using a remote desktop and applications (often referred to as VDI). Please note that you will be prompted for multi-factor authentication through Duo during login to the VPN or VMware Horizon for remote access. Registration and installation of Duo will need to be completed prior to using either option.
In addition to using your university password to access theVPN, a second authentication method is required through Duo. To get started using the GlobalProtect VPN service you'll need to be sure you have registered first with Duo Security. Click on the Guide to using GlobalProtect VPN with Duo for multi-factor authentication for additional information.
|GlobalProtect VPN Download Options||GlobalProtect VPN Installation Instructions||Notes|
Note: Windows 64 bit is most common. If you're not sure which version to download after reviewing the How-to Guide, contact the service desk.
Install VPN for Windows 32 bit (if you have an older version of Windows)
|For both PC and Mac, uninstall any older versions, reboot your computer, reinstall the most updated version, and reboot your computer.|
|Be sure that GlobalProtect can access the Mac keychains. Click "Always Allow" to give GlobalProtect full access.|
|Download and install the VPN client for your mobile device by going to the Apple App Store or Google Play.|
|Install VPN for Linux||How-to for Linux|
You can access university resources, including your regular work desktop, shared internal files, and folders by using the full downloadable VMware Horizon Client or the Horizon web client through your preferred browser. This remote option provides full connectivity to university resources, should you need that access, via a virtual windows desktop. Be sure to install and register for Duo first before starting the VMware Horizon Client.
Please note that you will be prompted for multi-factor authentication through Duo during login to the VMWare Horizon environment. Registration and installation of Duo will need to be completed prior to usage. Guide for using Duo with VMware Horizon.