All McGill databases are accessible. We have also just added external library resources to the list of McGill-bound traffic. If the database in question is on the Internet and is a library resource, it should now be accessible. You will need to disconnect and reconnect your VPN session, however.

How to access McGill's VPN. To set up a VPN connection in most cases you will need to install the Cisco AnyConnect app on your computer. Select the instructions appropriate for your operating system: Windows 10, 8 and 7 ( Windows Vista and XP are no longer supported Mac OS Linux / Ubuntu iOS (iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch) Android put off by the complexity of VPNs; however, How To Set Up Mcgill Vpnthis system is simple. Once downloaded, users simply choose a server and click 'connect', and there There are 25 servers in 14 countries, so users have access How To Set Up Mcgill Vpnto unlimited bandwidth. IT Security update (May 5, 2020): Virtual private network (VPN) access now requires two-factor authentication (2FA). Details. We encourage staff, faculty & students to become familiar with the following tools & resources available to them, in the event that they are required to work or study from off campus: Preparing to work remotely Tools & resources Preparing to work remotely Set up for Much more than a VPN Empower your employees to work from anywhere, on company laptops or personal mobile devices, at any time. AnyConnect simplifies secure endpoint access and provides the security necessary to help keep your organization safe and protected.

AnyConnect is used to access McGill's virtual private network, which allows you to connect to internal resources, such as the uPrint system or remote access to computers on campus, from home or from a wireless connection. If you have upgraded to iOS12 and have the old version of AnyConnect, you will be prompted with a message to update it. Find setup instructions in the IT Knowledge Base.

Off Campus Access to McGill Resources Step 1: Get to know your McGill Username McGill communicates with Faculty using your McGill email address. You can Step 2: Set up VPN on your computer VPN (which stands for Virtual Private Network)lets you log into the McGill network Step 3: Quicklinks VPN. The department offer a VPN through PPTP and IPSec through the following 2 servers, depending on which protocol your client supports: pptp.cs.mcgill.ca; ipsec.cs.mcgill.ca; The IPSec protocol is newer and should be preferred if your client supports it. Mac Setup Guide; Windows Setup Guide; Use your Computer Science username in the username

VPN. The department offer a VPN through PPTP and IPSec through the following 2 servers, depending on which protocol your client supports: pptp.cs.mcgill.ca; ipsec.cs.mcgill.ca; The IPSec protocol is newer and should be preferred if your client supports it. Mac Setup Guide; Windows Setup Guide; Use your Computer Science username in the username

VPN. The department offer a VPN through PPTP and IPSec through the following 2 servers, depending on which protocol your client supports: pptp.cs.mcgill.ca; ipsec.cs.mcgill.ca; The IPSec protocol is newer and should be preferred if your client supports it. Mac Setup Guide; Windows Setup Guide; Use your Computer Science username in the username How to access McGill's VPN. To set up a VPN connection in most cases you will need to install the Cisco AnyConnect app on your computer. Select the instructions appropriate for your operating system: Windows 10, 8 and 7 ( Windows Vista and XP are no longer supported Mac OS Linux / Ubuntu iOS (iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch) Android