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To use CU VPN with Cornell campus networks and services, you must use the Cisco AnyConnect VPN software. Built-in Windows and Mac OSX software will not work.

Supported operating systems:

Windows 7 (both 32- and 64-bit versions) Mac OS X or macOS, version 10.9 or higher iPhone and...Read more
Apple: The AnyConnect mobile client is available for free from the Apple App Store. Android: The AnyConnect mobile client is available for specific hardware platforms. Check your vendor's market and application store. (Only applicable to rooted devices.) Install and Configure Install the AnyConnect...Read more

Use Cornell's virtual private network (VPN) service when you need to connect to campus resources that would otherwise be unavailable from distant networks, such as file servers and print services. CU VPN provides an added layer of...Read more

When an iOS device is configured with an Office 365 Exchange account, the sync relationship is between the iOS device and the Exchange server. Your iOS device is not being synced with your computer, and that's the way you want it to stay.

If you change your configuration to enable...Read more

Bomgar is Cornell's "Remote Assistance" tool. Remote assistance allows a Cornell technical support provider (TSP) to access an end-user's computer in order to resolve a problem without having to talk the user through often elaborate or confusing procedures on the phone or carry out an onsite...Read more

CIT uses Opsview to monitor all servers and attached services. The following conditions are monitored by default:

It's possible to request additional monitoring, for example, web traffic for a web server. Disk space Server down Networking CPU utilization Paging file utilization Physical...Read more

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