The University of Michigan’s Virtual Private Network (VPN) creates a secure, encrypted connection between your device and the U-M network and enables access to university resources from untrusted networks.

VPN/Remote Network Access | Health Information Technology A virtual private network (VPN) provides an encrypted communications channel that is required to access Michigan Medicine resources like email, file servers, and more from a remote location. VPN is limited to users with Michigan Medicine Level-2 credentials or an "active Michigan Medicine VPN account", and are enrolled in Duo Two-Factor Security . VPN: Download the macOS Client and Connect | ITS Documentation Note: If you are using a University of Michigan MiWorkspace managed device, VPN software and profiles are configured for you. If you need help connecting to VPN on a managed device, please contact the ITS Service Center.These pages provide VPN configurations … VPN | U-M LSA LSA Technology Services VPN service is available at no cost to all university students, faculty, staff, and some sponsored affiliates with a valid uniqname and Kerberos password at Michigan Medicine, Ann Arbor, Dearborn and Flint. A separate profile is available for university alumni and retirees. To configure your device to use the VPN, visit the Getting Started page.

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Apple Watch Series 5, 40mm Gold Aluminum Case, Pink Sand Sport Band IT Security Guidelines for Domestic & International When using a WiFi connection, even in hotel rooms, turn on U-M’s Virtual Private Network (VPN) or the specific VPN for your campus. (Some nations, such as Russia and China, have restricted access to, banned, or intend to restrict access to or ban the use of VPNs.) Use eduroam WiFi access when visiting other institutions.

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