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UCLA Library. UCLA Library Proxy Serivces; VPNs (Network Resources) Cisco AnyConnect (SSL VPN) Download Windows; Download Mac; Research VPN Server: ssl.vpn.chem.ucla.edu; Work From Home VPN Server: wfh.vpn.chem.ucla.edu; MacOS Native (IPSec IKE) System Preferences - Network + Interface: VPN; VPN Type: Cisco IPSec; Service Name: Chem VPN Connecting to the PnA VPN | Physics & Astronomy Intructions for connecting to the Physics & Astronomy VPN are available for Mac and PC. Note that you will need to sign in with your Physics & Astronomy department e-mail username and password to view these articles. Please select your platform: Windows XP, Vista, 7, or 8; Windows 10; Apple Mac OS X Setting Up RemoteApps and Remote Desktop | SEASnet UCLA VPN is REQUIRED. Get Cisco VPN Software here. SEASnet offers the ability for students to access lab applications remotely using Windows RemoteApp and Remote Desktop connections. Because this resource is extremely important for our students, the remote system is limited to students officially enrolled in engineering courses and the system is only available through finals week.

UCLA has negotiated an agreement with Sophos for all of their anti-virus products for desktop and gateway servers. These products are available at NO COST to UCLA students, staff and faculty through October of 2020. The agreement provides the right to install the software on: UCLA owned or leased computer systems

Faculty, Staff and Non-law students, the format is: username@law.ucla.edu Law students, the format is username@lawnet.ucla.edu Questions or help with access contact us or call us at 310-825-4689 UCLA School of Nursing Remote users are dynamically assigned a UCLA Health IP address that connects back to UCLA Health network. This IP address provides secure, private access to UCLA Health computing resources, providing the same access as an onsite connection. GlobalProtect VPN has replaced Cisco AnyConnect as our VPN solution and is now the only method for users

Cisco VPN Client for Mac OS 10.4 (Tiger) UPDATE

The UCLA VPN is required for all remote or wireless connections. More information here. On the Finder menu, select Go, then Connect to Server. Type the following into the Server Address field and then click Connect (optional: click "+" button to add to Favorite Servers list): smb://files.gseisnet.ucla.edu