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On Campus Access to the UD Network & Internet
UD students, faculty, staff, contractors and affiliated groups are required to meet basic computer security standards concerning operating system patches and antivirus software. The measures better ensure the security of our campus network and assist us in complying with legal obligations (e.g., CALEA, copyright, etc.). The UD network is accessible through hardwired Ethernet ports in your room or office or via UD's extensive wireless presence.Configure Your Computer for Network Access
- Install Cisco NAC (Network Access Control) Agent - required for unlimited network connectivity on campus
- Install Symantec Endpoint Protection(SEP) - UD owned machines & student owned machines (required)
- Mac - Run Software Updates or Windows - Turn on Windows Updates
- Open a web browser when on the campus or residential network to get the most current NAC Agent client installer from the web authentication page. If you already have the NAC agent make sure you are not logged in.
- Visit software.udayton.edu to obtain Symantec Endpoint Protection (SEP).
Note: Symantec Endpoint Protection version 11 is not recommended for OS 10.8. SEP 12 is not yet available at UD.
Off Campus Access to the UD Network
Connect through the virtual private network (VPN) to access your campus workstation using Remote Desktop or access your network drives using the Novell client.
Log Into the Novell SSL VPN
- Login at http://go.udayton.edu/vpn with your LDAP username and password. NOTE: This link works only from off-campus.
- Leave this browser window open. Then resume your usual remote access method.
- Access your campus workstation using Remote Desktop or another remote access program. Windows users can access your network drives using the Novell client icon in the taskbar.
- A link to the VPN URL is available in the "Campus Resource" folder on the Porches Front Porch tab.