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Information Technology Services (ITS) offers a Virtual Private Network (VPN) solution so users can remotely access on-campus resources that would otherwise be inaccessible from off-campus locations, such as from home or while traveling. Some examples of resources that would require VPN access include visiting intranet web sites such as the Purchase Order System and Banner, accessing an office computer, using administrative and research systems and servers, or providing remote access to vendors or consultants to systems or servers.As we continue to enhance the campus network security, additional resources may be limited to on-campus and VPN access only.
VPN allows users to remotely access restricted network resources via a secure and authenticated pathway by encrypting all network traffic. This protects any information transmitted to or from the user’s remote computer and the on-campus system, and gives the appearance that the user is on the YU network, regardless of geographic location.
Any request for VPN access should be submitted to ITS using the Request Form.
https://itshelp.yu.edu/arsys/forms/yuremap2k804.yuad.uds.yu.edu/YU_RemoteAccessRequestForm(If prompted please allow this website to display pop-up webpages) An Active Directory (AD) or Exchange username and password is necessary to complete the form. Alternatively, a Yeshiva University employee may login to complete the form on another user’s behalf.ITS will coordinate requests for access and may contact the user or approver as appropriate for questions pertaining to the access request.All remote access requests must include the following information:
ITS will provide instructions on how to access and use the system when the request is complete.
YU SSL-VPN Guide
Instructions - Remote Desktop Connection
Steps to Configure VPN Client on a PC
IP Sec VPN User Guide
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