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The VPN has three methods of access: web-based Bookmarks, SonicWall NetExtender, and SonicWall Mobile Connect. Bookmarks are designed to provide access to individual resources (similar to browser bookmarks), while the NetExtender client and SonicWall Mobile Connect app provide full network access, as if you were physically located on campus. For example:

Sonicwall Vpn Client Download Mac

Multifactor authentication is required to use Valpo's VPN client (on Windows, macOS, and Linux), similar to the way banks require a code you receive via text message to access your accounts. You can receive your one-time passcode (OTP) either via e-mail or using any free authenticator app, such as Microsoft Authenticator or Authy. If you would prefer to receive an e-mail at your Valpo Gmail address every time you connect to the VPN, skip ahead to the next section, either for PC/Linux or Mac. To use an authenticator app to receive your OTP instead, follow the steps below.

This VPN client allows you to access to Valpo's network resources that aren't web-based, such as network file servers and campus printers. This option requires you to install a small software application on your computer. You should only need to install it once; thereafter, you will only need to login.

A number of users have installed the NetExtender client for PC, only to be presented with a message notifying them that the installation is damaged and that is must be reinstalled. In the vast majority of these cases, reinstallation of the client will still not resolve the problem. In these scenarios, the simplest workaround is to instead install the SonicWall Mobile Connect app from the Microsoft Store and use the VPN feature that is built in to Windows 10. Follow the steps below to set the VPN up this way.

SonicWall VPN Clients offer a flexible easy-to-use, easy-to-manage Virtual Private Network (VPN) solution that provides distributed and mobile users with secure, reliable remote access to corporate assets via broadband, wireless and dial-up connections. For remote client-to-host secure access, SonicWall offers both SSL VPN and IPSec VPN connectivity options. For SSL VPN, SonicWall NetExtender provides thin client connectivity and clientless Web-based remote access for Windows, Windows Mobile, Mac and Linux-based systems. For IPSec VPN, SonicWall Global VPN Client enables the client system to download the VPN client for a more traditional client-based VPN experience.

Centralized policy management IT can provision and manage mobile device access via SonicWall appliances - including control of all web resources, file shares and client-server resources - through a single management interface. Unlike other VPN solutions, the SonicWall solution allows you to quickly set rolebased policy for mobile and laptop devices and users with a single rule across all objects; as a result, policy management can take only minutes instead of hours.

Easy access to appropriate resources iOS, Android, Chrome OS, Kindle and Windows mobile devices can connect to all allowed network resources, including web-based, client/server, server-based, host-based and back-connect applications. Once a user and device are verified, Mobile Connect offers pre-configured bookmarks for one-click access to corporate applications and resources for which the user and device has privileges.

The user experience is similar to that of a traditional IPSec VPN client, except that manual client installation is not required. Additionally, users do not have to worry about Network Address Translation (NAT) devices and proxies, which are the bane of traditional IPSec-based VPNs.

NetExtender creates a virtual adapter for secure point-to-point access to any allowed host or subnet on the internal network. Unlike the stateless nature of the traditional SSL VPN, NetExtender stays resident on the client machine even after the connection is closed.

The advantage of running NetExtender as a resident application on the remote system is that it speeds up login times in subsequent uses. Of course, if a remote user chooses to deploy the standalone NetExtender client on their remote machine, but later logs in from a separate machine, he or she can still gain access with no problems at all.

SonicWall Secure Remote Access (SRA) provides a high level of security on its own. Besides the encryption that is inherent to the SSL model, the personalized SonicWall web portal enforces a high level of granularity for each user that the administrator controls. The SRA Series appliance grants remote users access only to authorised areas through the portal. NetExtender also provides enhanced security benefits. With NetExtender, you can force all client traffic through the SSL VPN tunnel, and apply all security services that are running on your primary SonicWall Network Security Appliance (NSA) or SonicWall TZ Series firewall - including enforcement of the SonicWall hostbased, anti-virus solution.

While the application proxies support specific protocols such as FTP, HTTP, RDP or VNC, NetExtender is not protocol specific. Rather, it can support any TCP/IP-based application that is running on the local client. Besides extended access, this also means that communications are bidirectional. In other words, the remote client can initiate communications with a host on the internal network, and the reverse is also true - hosts on the internal network can also initiate communications with the remote PC. This functionality is particularly useful for management and administration of remote PCs.

Available as a standalone application for all SRA Series appliances, the NetExtender client can be launched through the Virtual Office web portal, or as a native application on Windows, Mac OS and Linux PCs and laptops, to access any authorised resource on the corporate network.

NetExtender utilizes a standard interface across all SSL VPN clients, creating a unified look and feel. Support for multiple platforms provides users with greater flexibility to access remote resources from various endpoints. Initial distribution of NetExtender is either through the Virtual Office portal or via a standalone installer. After initial distribution, users can launch NetExtender independently as a standard application. The NetExtender client supports domain login scripts, and implements a custom dialer that allows launch from the Windows Network Connections menu.

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