Networking Applications

UConn offers many ways to access the university network and resources while off-campus. Each of them can benefit a particular function and have different methods of access. AnyWare User Guide for AnyWare Desktop User Guide for AnyWare Apps Citrix Receiver download needed Online access available EFS Drives University software Remote Desktop (Windows) User Guides Built-in feature […]

Mapping a Personal (P:) Drive on Linux

You must be on the UCONN Network, if you are not you will have to connect to the UCONN Network using the University’s VPN Client.  Graphical Option (Ubuntu Desktop): Open the Nautilus graphical file browser through the Applications menu, or from a terminal window type: nautilus –browser then press Enter.  Click the Go menu, then Enter Location… In the Path field, type smb://files.uconn.edu/Home and press Enter.  In the […]

Installing and Using VPN (Remote Access)

  Virtual Private Networking (VPN) software creates a secure, encrypted connection between your off-campus computing device (laptop, phone, tablet) and the campus network. There are two ways to connect to VPN; via the web and with a downloadable client. Please Note: Junos Pulse/VPN would only be used on either home devices OR on University devices that […]