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Installing and Connecting to GlobalProtect VPN - Mac

The user wants to use the GlobalProtect VPN on their Mac computer. Install the GlobalProtect VPN for Mac NOTE: GlobalProtect for Mac supports macOS 10.12.1 or higher. To install the GlobalProtect VPN for Mac, do the following: Open your preferred web browser, navigate to https://utdvpn.utdallas.edu and then enter your UT Dallas credentials to sign in. If you are ...

Installing and Connecting to GlobalProtect VPN - Android

The user wants to use the GlobalProtect VPN on their Android mobile device. Install and Connect to the GlobalProtect VPN for Android To install and connect to the GlobalProtect VPN for Android, do the following: Install GlobalProtect from Google Play. Open the application and enter the portal address as utdvpn.utdallas.edu. Sign in with your NetID and password and t ...

Installing and Connecting to GlobalProtect VPN - iOS

The user wants to use the GlobalProtect VPN on their iOS mobile device. Install and Connect to the GlobalProtect VPN for iOS To install and connect to the GlobalProtect VPN for iOS, do the following: Install GlobalProtect from the App Store. Open the application, enter the portal address as utdvpn.utdallas.edu, and select Connect. Sign in with your NetID and pa ...

Connecting to GlobalProtect VPN on Linux

Because UT Dallas GlobalProtect requires Duo Mobile multi-factor authentication (MFA), only GUI versions of the GlobalProtect can be used on Linux systems. You cannot use the command line (CLI) interface.   Download the GlobalProtect installation package for your Linux system. RHEL 7/centOS: http ...

Allow the Palo Alto GlobalProtect VPN Kernel Extension on a Mac

To use the Palo Alto GlobalProtect VPN on a Mac, you need to allow the VPN to install a kernel extention (kext). Open System Preferences Go to Security & Privacy In the General tab, click the lock icon at the bottom-left If you're prompted, enter your Mac username and password Once the lock is ...

Installing and Connecting to GlobalProtect VPN - Windows

The user wants to use the GlobalProtect VPN on their Windows computer. Install the GlobalProtect VPN for Windows To install the GlobalProtect VPN for Windows, do the following: Open your preferred web browser, navigate to https://utdvpn.utdallas.edu and then enter your UT Dallas credentials to sign in. If you are not already authenticated through DUO, you will be ask ...

Remote Desktop

This guide contains instructions on how to set up a UTD computer for remote desktop access as well as how to access that computer remotely. Remote Desktop Access   Did you know that you can use your office computer remotely? UTD Windows computers can be set up to allow for you to remotely use your computer. Please keep the following restrictions in mind when setting up remote desktop At this time, we do not provide a way for remoting ...

Create an SSH connection

SSH allows a secure connection to remote servers and provides you with a command line interface at that server. These are the instructions on how to establish an SSH connection with the giant server. Note: giant cannot be accessed outside the university network. To connect to giant from any other n Create an SSH Connection Windows Launch an SSH client. (e.g. PuTTY) Enter giant.utdallas.edu as the "Host Name" and ensure the SSH bubble is selected for the "Connection type:". Then, select Open. If you get a message about the host key, select Yes. Enter your NetID and Password when prompted ...

JMP Pro 14 Installation Guide (Mac)

Off-Campus Pre-requisites Connect to the UTD VPN. Please see OIT’s How-To guide if you have never connected to the UTD VPN before: https://utdallas.edu/oit/vpn/   See the On-Campus Installation guide below for instructions on how to install JMP Pro 14.   On-Campus Installation Click Command + ...

JMP Pro 14 Installation Guide (Windows 10)

Off-Campus Installation Connect to the UTD VPN. Please see OIT’s How-To guide if you have never connected to the UTD VPN before: https://utdallas.edu/oit/vpn/ Open File Explorer and click This PC. Select Map network drive.   Fill out the window with the Folder name below. The Drive letter is arb ...

What is PubSSH?

What is PubSSH?  Public SSH: PubSSH Is a public-facing SSH/SFTP server. Although the UTD VPN is not needed to access PubSSH, you will need to use NetIDplus two factor authentication in order to login. The hostname is pubssh.utdallas.edu.    Why Use PubSSH?  In cases where you cannot access the V ...

How to Set Up SFTP

What is SFTP? SFTP (Secure File Transfer Protocol) is an encrypted file transfer method used to move files between your local computer and a file server. When you are logged into a Lab computer, files that you save onto the hard drive will not remain after you log off of that machine. SFTP is espe Set Up SFTP Windows These are the instructions for using SFTP to move files between your local computer and a file server on Windows. The Windows computers located in the Labs offer SFTP through a program named WinSCP. If you do not already have access to WinSCP, you can download it at www.winscp ...

JMP Pro 15 Installation Guide (Mac)

Off-Campus Pre-requisites Connect to the UTD VPN. Please see OIT’s How-To guide if you have never connected to the UTD VPN before: https://utdallas.edu/oit/vpn/   See the On-Campus Installation guide below for instructions on how to install JMP Pro 15.   On-Campus Installation Click Command + ...

JMP Pro 15 Installation Guide (Windows 10)

Off-Campus Installation Connect to the UTD VPN. Please see OIT’s How-To guide if you have never connected to the UTD VPN before: https://utdallas.edu/oit/vpn/ Open File Explorer and click This PC. Select Map network drive. Fill out the window with the Folder name below. The Drive letter is arbitr ...

Create Termination/Transfer/Retire Requests in eCAT

Create Checkout requests in eCAT Login to eCAT with your NetID credentials while connected to CometNet or the VPN. Select Terminate, Transfer, or Retire under "Termination/Transfers"  Fill out the required information for the request and select Submit ...

Request Access to Resources from Other Departments

Requesting Access to Resources from Other Departments Login to eCAT with your NetID credentials while connected to CometNet or the VPN. Select Computer Access from the "Access Requests (Existing Users)" menu.   Fill out the required user information, select Other Department from "Other Departm ...

Submitting an eCAT Request

eCAT's is the electronic Campus Access Tool. Through eCAT, requests can be submitted to access certain resources, create or update resources, and more. Submitting an eCAT Request Login to eCAT with your NetID credentials while connected to CometNet or the VPN.   Select the type of request you need to submit, fill out the required information for the request, and select Submit For more information about what eCAT requests can be submitted, sel ...

Check Status of an eCAT Request

Check Status of an eCAT request Login to eCAT with your NetID credentials while connected to CometNet or the VPN. Under the "Status" tab, you can search for requests by a users ID (NetID or UTD ID) or by eCAT number If searching by eCAT request number, you must select whether the request is a C ...

Cancel an eCAT Request

Cancelling an eCAT Request Login to eCAT with your NetID credentials while connected to CometNet or the VPN.   Select Cancel Access Request under "Update Pending Requests". The following selection will show a list of requests submitted by you. Select the request you want to cancel and select N ...

How Do NetID Service Levels Work?

Standard Service Level Students enrolled for at least one credit hour (considered an "Active Student") in the current semester, and a grace period into the next semester, and users entered in the HR System as "Active Employees" (including Student Employees, Faculty, and Staff) are all given the Sta ...