The UA Virtual Private Network (VPN) provides a secure connection from your home computer, laptop, or mobile device to the UA's network. It is also a valuable security tool when you are on an unsecured wireless network (e.g., coffee shops, airports).

Getting Started With VPN / U-M Information and Technology If you are using a device managed by MiWorkspace, VPN software and profiles are configured for you. See MiWorkspace Work Remotely for more information. If you need help connecting to VPN on a managed device, please contact the ITS Service Center.These pages provide VPN configurations for unmanaged devices (e.g. research devices, personal computers). Virtual Private Network (VPN) / U-M Information and Virtual Private Network (VPN) The University of Michigan’s Virtual Private Network (UMVPN) creates a secure, encrypted connection between your device and the U-M network and enables access to university resources from untrusted networks. The service enables users to: extend the university’s private, secure, and managed network to their personal devices when using off campus networks. The UH VPN Service :: ASK US, University of Hawaii System The UH VPN service is an advanced ITS project and is only supported through special channels at this time. As it is in pre-production, the ITS Help Desk is not supporting this service and questions should be emailed to: UH VPN Service Types - University of Houston

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When installing the Cisco VPN client, Firefox is the recommended browser. If you use Internet Explorer, you will receive prompts regarding ActiveX installation. The screenshots in this guide were taken using Firefox as the browser.

A virtual private network (VPN) provides an encrypted communications channel that is required to access Michigan Medicine resources like email, file servers, and more from a remote location. VPN is limited to users with Michigan Medicine Level-2 credentials or an "active Michigan Medicine VPN account", and are enrolled in Duo Two-Factor Security . UZH - Institute of Neuroinformatics The Institute of Neuroinformatics (INI) was established at the University of Zurich and ETH Zurich at the end of 1995. The mission of the Institute is to discover the key principles by which brains work and to implement these in artificial systems that interact intelligently with the real world.