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Difference between revisions of "Resources Requiring VPN for Off-campus Access"

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* '''Banner Admin''' (aka Banner 9)
 
* '''Banner Admin''' (aka Banner 9)
 
**  Note:  BannerWeb, commonly used for checking grades, time entry and approvals, does '''not''' require VPN.
 
**  Note:  BannerWeb, commonly used for checking grades, time entry and approvals, does '''not''' require VPN.
* '''Nolij''' document management system
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* '''Content 7''' document management system
 
* '''Hyperion''' reporting
 
* '''Hyperion''' reporting
 
* '''FAMIS''' maintenance work order system
 
* '''FAMIS''' maintenance work order system
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[[Category:Remote Access]]
 
[[Category:Remote Access]]
 
[[Category:Banner]]
 
[[Category:Banner]]
[[Category:Banner INB]]
 
[[Category:Nolij]]
 
 
[[Category:Hyperion]]
 
[[Category:Hyperion]]
 
[[Category:Off-Campus Access]]
 
[[Category:Off-Campus Access]]
 
[[Category:RDS]]
 
[[Category:RDS]]
 
[[Category:Banner Admin]]
 
[[Category:Banner Admin]]
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[[Category:Content 7]]

Latest revision as of 10:27, 18 March 2019

If you plan to work with any of the following resources from off campus, you must first establish a VPN connection:

  • Middfiles connections using cifs or smb (although there are other, less-recommended options)
  • Remote Desktop Services (RDS) used to work with various administrative applications
  • Virtual labs or computers
  • Banner Admin (aka Banner 9)
    • Note: BannerWeb, commonly used for checking grades, time entry and approvals, does not require VPN.
  • Content 7 document management system
  • Hyperion reporting
  • FAMIS maintenance work order system
  • Remote Desktop Connection, used to connect to another computer so you see the remote computer's desktop as if you were sitting right in front of it.
  • Vectorworks, vector-based architectural software used for set and lighting design


Last reviewed: 3/18/2019

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