THE Central Oxford University VPN SERVICE Members of the University can alternative use the Oxford Virtual Private Network (VPN) service provided by central IT Services. Use of the central IT Services VPN requires VPN client software to be installed (Windows) or if it is already built-in (e.g. Apple macOS), configured on your computer.

Introduction to Virtual Private Networks (VPN) Some Oxford University online resources (particularly web pages) can only be accessed by computers that are directly connected to the Oxford University campus network. These restricted services include: Connecting to local departmental services This document contains instructions on how to obtain, install and configure the Cisco AnyConnect VPN Client on Windows PCs. Use of the VPN client software is restricted to users of the IT Services Remote Access Service only — see the web page Usage Terms for Software Agreements for details. Members of Oxford University need to download a file containing the configuration information in order to setup their connection as described below. 2. Configuring the VPN Client. Go to Settings > General and select VPN, then select Add VPN Configuration In the configuration menu, select IPSec and enter the following: Description: IT SERVICES VPN Follow the instructions on our IT Help website for configuring your chosen VPN client Tip Don’t forget your Remote Access account uses a different username (with separate password) – your Oxford username (abcd1234) followed by @OX.AC.UK (in capitals) – NOT your email address. THE Central Oxford University VPN SERVICE Members of the University can alternative use the Oxford Virtual Private Network (VPN) service provided by central IT Services. Use of the central IT Services VPN requires VPN client software to be installed (Windows) or if it is already built-in (e.g. Apple macOS), configured on your computer. Members of Oxford University can download a file containing this information from the IT Services Self-Registration Software Registration and Downloads web page. Once on this page select VPN client from the list. On the next page that appears select VPN shared credentials. A window containing the information should now pop up on your desktop.

THE Central Oxford University VPN SERVICE Members of the University can alternative use the Oxford Virtual Private Network (VPN) service provided by central IT Services. Use of the central IT Services VPN requires VPN client software to be installed (Windows) or if it is already built-in (e.g. Apple macOS), configured on your computer.

Members of Oxford University can download a file containing this information from the IT Services Self-Registration Software Registration and Downloads web page. Once on this page select VPN client from the list. On the next page that appears select VPN shared credentials. A window containing the information should now pop up on your desktop.

Members of Oxford University can download a file containing this information from the IT Services Self-Registration Software Registration and Downloads web page. Once on this page select VPN client from the list. On the next page that appears select VPN shared credentials. A window containing the information should now pop up on your desktop.

Introduction to Virtual Private Networks (VPN) Some Oxford University online resources (particularly web pages) can only be accessed by computers that are directly connected to the Oxford University campus network. These restricted services include: Connecting to local departmental services