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Open the Cisco AnyConnect Secure Mobility Client installed on your workstation. Select the ABS profile from the dropdown. If you do not have the ABS profile, paste https://vpn.its.psu.edu/ABS into the white dropdown box, this will add that profile. Global Protect VPN | Penn State Behrend On a day that you are working from home: Login to your PSU laptop. Click the Windows icon (bottom, left corner) to open the Start menu. From the menu, select: Cisco > Cisco AnyConnect Secure Mobility Client. Login to the Cisco VPN client and, when prompted, enter your PSU user ID and password. Leave How to Install and Connect to the Pulse Secure VPN Client Jun 22, 2020 Knowledge Base - Penn State's IT Help Portal Introduction. This article demonstrates how to install the VPN client, Cisco AnyConnect, on a computer using a UNIX/Linux operating system (OS). The VPN privately accesses secure network servers at Penn State, allowing for a safe connection when transferring files on the University network.
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Using the Penn State VPN on Windows | Information Technology To use the VPN: To launch the VPN, go to the Start Menu, open the 'Cisco AnyConnect Secure Mobility Client' folder, and click 'Cisco AnyConnect Secure Mobility Client'. A window like the one below will pop up. Click 'Connect'. Enter your Penn State Access ID username and password, then click 'OK'.