Cisco AnyConnect VPN - Duke's Fuqua School of Business

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Cisco AnyConnect VPN Client (All Platforms)
In an effort to combine all the instructions into one set, this guide is meant for the installation and configuration of the
Cisco AnyConnect VPN Client on Windows, Mac, and iPhone, iPad, and Android.
Purpose: The purpose of the Cisco AnyConnect VPN is to allow your device to act as though it’s on the Fuqua Network
while away from campus. To that end, you can connect to the VPN to remotely access your office machine using another
Remote Desktop application, access shared network drives, or access Ford Library resources while off campus.
1. Download and install the Cisco AnyConnect Secure Mobility Client for your platform:
• Windows: Save the download, right-click and extract the files, double-click Setup.exe and install
only the VPN and Diagnostic and Reporting Tool.
http://oit.duke.edu/download/all/vpn/3102/anyconnect31win.zip
• Mac OS X: Download, run the installer.
http://oit.duke.edu/download/all/vpn/3102/anyconnect-macosx-3-1.dmg
• iPhones/iPads: Download from the App Store.
https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/cisco-anyconnect/id392790924?mt=8
• Android: Download from Google Play.
https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.cisco.anyconnect.vpn.android.avf&hl=en
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2. Once installed, launch the Cisco AnyConnect Secure Mobility Client and configure the VPN for the first connection
by either adding a connection with the server of ‘portal.duke.edu’ or by typing ‘portal.duke.edu’ in the connect to
field.
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3. When prompted for a username and password, choose ‘Fuqua School of Business’ from the drop-down menu,
type your NetID and password in the appropriate fields, and click ‘OK’. Click ‘Accept’ when prompted.
4. For Windows and Macintosh computers open the preferences for the VPN by either clicking the gear icon or
choosing ‘Preferences’ from the ‘Cisco AnyConnect Secure Mobility Client’ menu. De-check ‘Start VPN when
AnyConnect is started’ and ‘Connect on start-up’.
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Note: When not actively using the VPN, disconnect to allow proper network connections to your home network
and the Internet. The VPN will block certain features of your computer or device (Air-print, certain backup
software, etc).
Reach the Technical Support Center via e-mail at [email protected]
The Technical Support Center Online is located at http://it.fuqua.duke.edu
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