Run & Authenticate to the Campus VPN
This article will show you how to run the campus VPN agent and perform a 2-Factor authentication with DUO.
For more information on the campus Virtual Private Network (VPN), view the document VPN Overview.
Before you begin:
If you do not currently have VPN privileges, go to http://www.fullerton.edu/it/services/software/ and select VPN. On this site you will fill out and submit the Software Request Form to request VPN access.
- You will need to install and authenticate the Duo two-factor authentication tool. View more information on Duo.
- Ensure ALL security and software updates are not older than 7 days. The GlobalProtect Client performs a Health Check to ensure the security of your system when accessing the campus VPN.
- Download & Install the Campus VPN on your local system (workstation or device).
A local system is typically the workstation, device, etc controlling the connection.
i.e. typically your personal workstation, mobile device, browser
Run the GlobalProtect VPN Agent/ Client
1. Enter a campus GlobalProtect VPN address.
Use the GlobalProtect - Full Tunnel anytime you are connected to an “Untrusted” (i.e. public network)
- Examples of "Untrusted" networks include, but are not limited to airports, restaurants, hotels, traveling overseas, etc.
Use the GlobalProtect - Split Tunnel when you are connected to a “Trusted” network and you need access to local campus resources (ex: printers, file shares, etc.)
- Examples of "Trusted" networks include, but are not limited to, your home network, campus networks, etc.
If the GlobalProtect Client does not open, on the Toolbar of your desktop, locate and open the GlobalProtect Client. Expand the app icons if you cannot find the GlobalProtect icon.
Authenticate with Duo
The following instructions show authenticating using a mobile device, but the steps are the same if you have installed the Duo app on a tablet device.
1. On the login window, enter your campus login credentials, then click "Sign In".
Type the your campus/(ad) username and password to log into the GlobalProtect VPN Portal, then click Sign In.
2. From your mobile device, check for the DUO 2-Factor authentication notice.
You will receive a notification on your mobile device to authenticate on the campus VPN network.
Check your mobile device to ensure you received the DUO message:
- The security message times out if you wait too long to authenticate your access.
- You will need to re-authenticate if this happens (log into your campus VPN account again).
3. Tap the waiting request to authenticate DUO at your phone.
4. Click "Approve" to accept the campus VPN login request.
You can now put your mobile device down and proceed with your VPN connect on your system.
Keychain fob can be obtained by contacting the Help Desk at [email protected] or 657-278-7777.
1. Press the button on your keychain fob to generate a passcode.
2. On the login window, enter your campus username. In the password field, enter your campus password followed by a comma and then the passcode (e.g., ThisIsMyCampusPassword123,787063). Then click Sign In.
- Type your campus username
- Type your campus password, followed by a comma, and then the passcode from your keychain fob (e.g., ThisIsMyCampusPassword123,787063).
- Click Sign In.
The security message times out if you wait too long to authenticate your access. You may need to generate a new passcode on your keychain fob and re-enter your username and password with the updated passcode.
CONGRATULATIONS! Your GlobalProtect is now connected to the campus VPN.
Proceed to use the campus VPN resources you have access to.
- Remote Desktop to access your campus system.
- Each campus system must be properly configured for Remote Desktop access.
- RDP to campus resources.
- You must contact the service owner of the campus resource to ensure proper access.
- Access campus resources through the security of the VPN network.
- Use the security of the VPN network to access resources.
Close the GlobalProtect pop-up window.
- Click the x to close the window.
- Click the Do not show this again box to prevent this pop-up window from showing in the future.
A complete list of the supported operating systems can be found at VPN Overview - GlobalProtect Supported Operating Systems.
- Check all of your security and software updates and make sure they are no older than 7 days.
- Do you have SSLVPN privileges? Contact the Helpdesk at 657)278-7777 or [email protected] to confirm your SSLVPN privileges.
It is likely your system failed a health check. The system did not pass one or more required health checks and you may not be able to connect to all resources.
GlobalProtect calls their health checks Host Information Profiles (HIP). After the user installs the client, it runs an initial health check on the system and then keeps track of the systems health. When a user connects to campus, the client supplies the HIP status to the GlobalProtect Gateway. The HIP status is then used by firewall polices to allow or deny access to resources.
|Supported Operating Systems (Windows, Mac, iOS, Android, Chrome)||must be up to date
|Antivirus||must be installed, running, up to date
|Anti-Spyware - (i.e. Windows Defender provides an anti-spyware)||must be installed, running, up to date|
|Firewall||must be enabled|
|Patches||must be up to date|
|Patch Management||must be enabled (on devices that have the ability)|
2.1. Get information about the status of the system on the "Host Profile" tab of the GlobalProtect client.
Click the GlobalProtect icon > Click the gear symbol > Click Settings, then click Host Profile.
Once the issue is resolved, you can click Resubmit Host Profile to continue.
Be aware: You do not necessarily need to disconnect to resolve the issue.
Need More Help?
Contact the IT Help Desk at [email protected] or 657-278-7777.