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Using Virtual Private Network (VPN) Software

 

 

 

         Several software applications require the use of VPN software if not hardwire connected into a campus network.

 

They are:

ABAQUS
Adobe (subscription licenses)

ANSYS Mechanical & Electromagnetic

Autodesk

Atlas.Ti

COMSOL
E-Prime
ERDAS Imagine
ESRI ArcGIS Software (network installs)
Google SketchUp Pro
LabVIEW Instructional
Mathematica (network installs)
MATLAB (concurrent license)
Microsoft Activations (Windows and Office)
MINITAB

Nvivo
OriginPro (network installs)
PTC Creo (Pro/ENGINEER)

SAP2000
SPSS, Amos, Modeler (network/concurrent installs)
SigmaPlot
SolidWorks (network installs)

Tecplot
WebStore Remote Apps, Stata, SAS, Minitab

 

 

More information about VPN software can be viewed here:

 

UIUC Campus

 

UIS Campus† (this page contains a link to an installation file that is different than the one in the WebStore offer for the UIS VPN)

 

UIC Campus

 

For most applications, such as Labview and software that requires a Remote Desktop Connection, like STATA, you should set the VPN application up so that all traffic is going over the VPN connection.

 

For the UIUC and UIS campuses you should set tunneling to ALL instead of Split. For the UIUC campus this can be set in the login screen.

 

For the UIC campus to route all traffic through UICís VPN, you must connect to the Library Resources VPN to route all traffic.

For more information about the 2 different VPN groups at UIC, click here.

 

For additional help with using a WebStore remote application such as Stata see the instructions that are provided in your WebStore order history.