VPN is offered through NYU IT, using Cisco AnyConnect. You will need to connect to the VPN using your NYU NetID and password.

Open Cisco AnyConnect on the computer or device you will be using with CUIMC VPN. Make sure the Group field shows CUMC-VPN. If not use the drop down menu to select it. Type your own UNI in the Username field, and your UNI's password in the Password field. TIP: This is the same login used for myColumbia and CourseWorks. Error. You may be seeing this page because you used the Back button while browsing a secure web site or application. Alternatively, you may have mistakenly bookmarked Logging into VPN (Virtual Private Network) allows faculty, staff and students to access several NKU systems while off campus. How do I connect to my network drives (J: and K:)? You can gain access to NKU network drives from your personal computer in by mapping your network drives. NYU Student Information System (Albert) Requisition & Purchase Orders; NYU Email. NYU Email; Wireless Access. NYU Wireless (NYURoam) Wired Access. NYU-NET; ResNet; Virtual Private Network (VPN) NYU Virtual Private Network (VPN) Phones. Telephone and Mobile Devices; NYU Card and Campus Cash. NYU Card and Campus Cash; NYU Card and Campus Cash

Open Cisco AnyConnect on the computer or device you will be using with CUIMC VPN. Make sure the Group field shows CUMC-VPN. If not use the drop down menu to select it. Type your own UNI in the Username field, and your UNI's password in the Password field. TIP: This is the same login used for myColumbia and CourseWorks.

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NYU VPN VPN (Virtual Private Network) is software that provides password-protected access to NYU's network (NYU-NET) and Internet services when you are connecting from off-campus. It is as secure as when you are connected directly to NYU-NET on campus. VPN is required to access some secure NYU services when using a computer outside NYU-NET.

NYU Shanghai’s Virtual Private Network (VPN) allows you to connect to the Campus Network wherever you are, to enjoy unlimited internet access and secure off-campus access to global websites. Who is this service available to? Current members of the NYU Shanghai community, including students, faculty, and staff. How can users access this service? Current faculty, staff, degree students, and affiliates with active NYU NetIDs are eligible to use the VPN (Virtual Private Network) service to remotely access NYU-NET. Non-degree students and alumni are not eligible to connect to NYU resources using VPN. VPN is offered through NYU IT, using Cisco AnyConnect. You will need to connect to the VPN using your NYU NetID and password. Once the Cisco AnyConnect VPN client is launched, a small window will appear in the lower portion of your screen. In this window, type vpn.nyu.edu and click Connect. If the connection is successful, the Welcome Message should appear, at this screen, click Accept to complete the connection process. Overview In order to connect to Advanced Access VPN, your computer must install a VPN Security Application (ActiveX on Windows; Java applet on OS X) that allows the network to confirm that your computer is properly configured with the latest patches, antivirus, etc.