ITS supports nearly 700 public computers located throughout campus for use by members of the Yale community. Each residential college has its own computer room, and all students may use the general-purpose computer labs available in Bass Library, Connecticut Hall, Dunham Laboratory, Marx Library, and Sterling Chemistry Laboratory.
As One IT at Yale, central IT and distributed campus IT partners provide technology support for students, faculty, clinicians, and staff. Often, the quickest and best help can be provided locally, but the ITS Help Desk is always available for additional support. All staff who can work at home should continue to do so. Only with an explicit request from a supervisor should a staff member return to campus. COVID-19: Yale University Actions and Response. News From Around Yale. YaleNews. Campus & Community: find fresh print and video content that educates and fascinates. Complete the request form below for access to Yale-New Haven Hospital (Y-NHH) VPN, not the Yale University VPN. Please note: This request can take up to 12 business days to process. If you have any questions or concerns, please call the ITS Help Desk at 203-432-9000 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Yale VPN (Virtual Private Network) is a way to securely access Yale's restricted services and resources on the University network from a non-Yale internet source. VPN is also required for remote access to on-campus workstations (via Remote Desktop Connection [RDC]). The University recommends Cisco AnyConnect software to connect to the Yale VPN. The ITS-Med VPN service allows clients that are connecting to the Yale University network from a non-Yale Internet Service Provider (ISP) to appear as if they are directly connected to the campus network. This allows for access to resources and services that are restricted to campus connected computers with the exception of resources If you use any application that requires the Central Authentication Services (CAS) or Yale’s Virtual Private Network (VPN), then you will need to know more about Multifactor Authentication or MFA. Your account at DUO Security, our MFA provider, is automatically created when your Yale affiliation is established.
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Yale Virtual Private Network (VPN) is a way to securely access Yale’s restricted services and licensed e-resources (e.g. e-journals such as JAMA, or databases such as ArtSTOR) on the University network from a non-Yale internet source. VPN is also required for remote access to on-campus workstations - via Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP). I've used VPN in the past to access - ask.library.yale.edu
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Yale's full VPN offering page is located here, and you can read more about it as needed Problems with campus network connections should be reported to the central ITS Help Desk at 203-432-9000. SOM IT provides best effort support only for central services. Yale Virtual Private Network (VPN) is a way to securely access Yale’s restricted services and licensed e-resources (e.g. e-journals such as JAMA, or databases such as ArtSTOR) on the University network from a non-Yale internet source. VPN is also required for remote access to on-campus workstations - via Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP). Check the box that says”Connect using different credentials”. . Click the Finish button.. This will connect to the classes folder. Step 3: Type in your NetId and password at the prompt. Once you log into the VPN, you maintain a Yale session for the day. If you have logged into VPN and still cannot access Yale resources, you may need to clear your browser's cache and cookies. Instructions on how to do this can be found here. More information about off-campus access is available here. If you have any questions or difficulty Apr 14, 2020 · On the same day, there were 8,000 connections to Yale’s VPN — a critical infrastructure component that allows faculty, staff, and students to connect remotely and securely to Yale’s private network — dwarfing the pre-pandemic high of about 3,000 connections.