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VPN on College-Owned Computer
Once you connect to VPN on a college owned computer, you can access your network drives and connect to a remote desktop (ecTeams-ts) from home. You must be off campus to complete these steps, and you must have installed VPN by visiting ITS. For more information on using VPN, see the page entitled Virtual Private Network.
Quick Links to sections in this article: 
Connect to VPN  Disconnect from VPN       Map Network Drives 
Connect to ecTeams-ts       Log Off ecTeams-ts   

Note: You must fill out the VPN Remote Access Form prior to installing VPN. ITS will then configure your account for VPN connection. Next, please contact the ITS Help Desk at to arrange a time to have the VPN software installed.

Connect to VPN

Step 1:Click the Cisco VPN icon in the systray area (lower right corner next to the time). You may need to click the arrow on the systray to expand the list of programs to locate Cisco VPN. 

Cisco VPN Icon
Step 2:Under Ready to connect, enter "" and click Connect.

Connect to
Step 3:VPN will begin connecting.

VPN is Connecting
Step 4:In the Group box, click the dropdown list arrow. Choose 2-College-Owned-Computer.


Step 5:Enter your Etown username and the password you provided on the VPN form. Click OK.

Note: Make sure your username is all lowercase, otherwise you will not be able to connect. You will be locked out after 10 unsuccessful tries to log in. Contact the Help Desk to have your VPN account unlocked. 

Enter Etown Username and VPN Password, Click OK
Step 6:Click Accept.

Click Accept
Step 7:You are now connected to VPN.

Connected to VPN

Disconnect from VPN

Step 1:Click the Cisco VPN icon in the systray area (lower right corner next to the time). You may need to click the arrow on the systray to expand the list of programs to locate Cisco VPN.

Cisco VPN Icon
Step 2:Click Disconnect on the resulting window

Click Disconnect

Map Network Drives
Please visit the Help Desk to obtain the map network drives program on your college-owned computer if it is not already installed. Use this program when you are connected to VPN to map your network drives. 

Step 1:Connect to VPNStep 2:
Double click on the map network drives program on your desktop. 

Step 3:On the security popup, uncheck Always ask before opening this file. Click Run.

Run Application
Step 4:Enter your Etown network username and password and click OK.

Enter Etown Username and Password
Step 5:Click OK after the network drives are mapped successfully.

Click OK
Step 6:Double click on the Computer icon on your desktop.

Computer Icon
Step 7:You will see all network drives listed. You have full access to files stored on the network.

Network Drives

Connect to ecTeams-ts
If you don't have Jenzabar or InfoMaker installed on your college-owned computer, you can use Remote Desktop Connection to connect to the ecTeams-ts server. You can work with Jenzabar and InfoMaker on this server.

Step 1:Click the Start menu, then All Programs.

Start Menu, All Programs
Step 2:Select Accessories and click Remote Desktop Connection.

Accessories, Remote Desktop Connection
Step 3:In the Computer box, type "ecTeams-ts". Click the Options arrow.

ecTeam-ts, Options Arrow
Step 4:If the username field is not filled out, type "JAYNET\yourusername" in the User name text box. 

User name: JAYNET\yourusername
Step 5:
Select the Local Resources tab. Check Printers and Clipboard. This will allow you to use your home printer and copy data from the ecTeams-ts server to your computer. Click Connect

Local Resources, Printers and Clipboard, Click Connect
Step 6:Log in to the server with your Etown network username and password. Click OK.

Etown Username and Password
Step 7:Click OK.

Click OK
Step 8:Once you see the desktop and computer ID bar at the top, you are ready to work with Jenzabar or InfoMaker. 

Computer ID Bar

Log Off ecTeams-ts

Step 1:Click the Start Menu.

Start Menu
Step 2:Click Log Off

Log Off

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