2-Step Verification (Duo)
Description: COMING SOON! On September 25th 2017, 2-Step Verification (Duo) will be placed on Confluence and Jira; this will be required to authenticate to these applications.
» Subjects: 2-Step Verification, Android, Authentication, iOS, Mobile Devices, Security, Windows » Tags: 2-step, account, add, Android, Authenticae, authentication, Cell Phone, citrix, delete, Device, Devices, Duo, DuoSecurity, Identity, iOS, Landline, Mac, Mac OS X, Message, mobile, Operating, Passcode, PC, phone, Push, register, security, smartphone, System, Tablet, text, Two-factor, Verification, Verify, vpn, w-2, Windows
VPN Installation and Clients (Onyen Restricted)
» Subjects: Mac OS X, Microsoft, Security, Software, Virtual Private Network (VPN) » Tags: Android, chromebook, iOS, Linux, Mac OS X, vpn, VPN Client, Widnows 10, Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 8.1
Restrictions on Connecting Via Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP) from Off-Campus
Description: Over the past few months, the campus has seen a marked increase in attacks from off-campus computers using Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP). Additionally, two vendors have issued security advisories for their products that, like RDP, involve connecting to the university network from remote computers. First, Symantec advised users of its pcAnywhere software to cease using […]
» Subjects: Security, Virtual Private Network (VPN) » Tags: RDP, remote desktop protocol, restriction, virtual private network, vpn
Uninstalling the VPN Client in Mac OS X
Description: Uninstalling the VPN Client for Mac OS X You must have administrator privileges to uninstall the VPN Client. If you do not have administrator privileges, you must have someone with administrator privileges uninstall the product for you. The VPN Client uninstall script uninstalls any previous command-line or GUI versions of the VPN Client from your […]
» Subjects: Security, Virtual Private Network (VPN) » Tags: Mac OS X, uninstall, vpn
If I am living off campus, how do I get access to the campus network?
Description: In order to access the UNC-CH campus network, you must first connect to the Internet. You can connect to the Internet by using an Internet Service Provider (ISP). Once you are connected to the Internet, you should be able to access campus network resources just as you would from on-campus. Please note that in order […]
» Subjects: Network Coverage, Networking » Tags: off campus, vpn