Quick Reference Guide for Windows

Quick Reference Guide for the Secure SSL VPN
 

The steps below allow quick access to the Secure SSL VPN.  If you are having problems, please either go through the First-time User's Guide again, check the Troubleshooting page, or contact the Computing Help Desk for assistance.

  1. Connect and Login to the Secure SSL VPN
  2. Disconnect from the Secure SSL VPN
     

Connecting to the Secure SSL VPN


The Secure SSL VPN website and directions below will NOT work when you are on-campus.  You must be either off-campus, or stop by the Computing Help Desk to setup the Secure SSL VPN.

  1. Launch the AnyConnect Client using one of the methods below:
    • Search for AnyConnect and click on the Client that appears in the search.
    • Go to Start > All Programs > Cisco and launch the Cisco AnyConnect Secure Mobility Client.
  2. In the VPN: field, make sure it has  vpn.wellesley.edu/secure  then click Connect.
  3. Enter your Domain Account in the popup window and click OK.
  4. You are now connected to the Secure SSL VPN. A globe with a lock will appear in the notification area:
  5. A new browser tab or window may appear, and then reload with either an error message or the SSL VPN login page again.  You may ignore and close this tab.
  6. You can now use the secure resources behind the Secure SSL VPN. 
  7. Be sure to follow the disconnect directions below when you are done using the systems.

 


Disconnecting from the Secure SSL VPN
 

It is good practice to disconnect from the Secure SSL VPN when you have finished using the secure resources, or before putting your computer to sleep.  This will speed up your internet connection for other non-secure activity, and keep the secure resources secure.

To disconnect from the Secure SSL VPN, quit any applications using the secure resources, and then quit the Cisco AnyConnect Client.  To quit the client, in the Windows notification area (bottom right, near the clock), right-click on the Cisco AnyConnect Client globe icon and select Quit.  The client will first disconnect your computer from the Secure SSL VPN and then quit the application.  You may notice a brief interruption in your internet connection.

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