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Please Login with PSU Passport Use FTM Push. Login Please Login with PSU Passport Use FTM Push. Login Please use SSL VPN. Please use SSL VPN Penn State Engineering: VPN Index Page The College of Engineering currently offers VPN access through an application called Global Protect. Installation and operation of a COE-VPN client requires users to use Two Factor Authentication (2FA). If you have not yet signed up for 2FA, visit to enroll.

Human Resources is in mid-transition from the Office of the President Virtual Desktop (VDI) technology to new laptops. For those individuals who are still using the VDI solution, you can remotely access your VDI from any computer with Internet Access, no VPN required. View …

The OPP VPN (Virtual Private Network) is a method to connect to file folders and certain systems within OPP when you are not at work.   This can be set up on laptops, etc., for use at home or on campus where the OPP network is not available. Preshared Key or Secret: PhysicalPlant You will need this key for setting up any device.

VPN stands for Virtual Private Network. Once you are connected to the VPN, your internet traffic will be directed through PSU’s VPN hardware, and it will appear that you are connected physically to PSU’s network. This will allow you to use private MCECS services that require a connection to the PSU network, like Remote Desktop and VNC.

312 Old Main, University Park, Pennsylvania 16802. 814-865-7517 Jul 31, 2012 · To download the client without an Internet connection, do the following: Go to that you will need to authenticate with your Penn State Access Account Install the client per its built-in instructions. Launch the client. When prompted to authenticate, enter To use the VPN: To launch the VPN, go to the Start Menu, open the 'Cisco AnyConnect Secure Mobility Client' folder, and click 'Cisco AnyConnect Secure Mobility Client'. A window like the one below will pop up. Click 'Connect'. Enter your Penn State Access ID username and password, then click 'OK'.