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1. Open a browser and type anyc.vpn.gatech.edu
2. Login with your account
3. 2 factor auth
4. License agreement
A. type "Push"
B. type "Phone"
C. use DUO app to view the random number
Note: This will only install the VPN client software, and not the Start Before Logon component which some campus units require.
*This is for AnyConnect version 4.6 which Network Services is deploying the week of August 7th.
Cisco AnyConnect Secure Mobility Client install using Safari web browser:
1) Launch the Safari web browser from the Dock or Applications folder:
2) In the destination field, enter https://anyc.vpn.gatech.edu
On Linux, AnyConnect is only officially supported on the most recent versions of Redhat and Ubuntu, however, it will work on many other Linux releases without significant issue.
Due to new security features in macOS High Sierra, 10.13, users will have to approve the Cisco System Extension before the software will be fully functional.
Additional information about how kernel extensions are managed can be found on Apple's website:
Using 2 Factor Authentication with VPN - Android
If you are set up for Duo Two-Factor Authentication, here is how to use it with the AnyConnect Secure Mobility Client for Android:
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