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VPN Server Update

After various tests and considering options, Windows-based VPN users will also be migrated over to the OpenVPN-based VPN server. Installation instructions and required files have been posted to https://ftp.ucsb.edu/private/secured/vpn/ovpn/win/. This has only been tested on virtual machines running XP/Vista64/Win7, so more real-world testing is needed.

VPN Server Update

The MacOS VPN client appears to be working properly, with multiple users successfully connecting to the VPN server. Testing of a Windows client began late Tuesday afternoon, with some success on XP, Vista, and Windows 7. One oddity observed on Windows 7 is an erroneous message indicating a newer client is available; this is being checked.

VPN Service Problems

Users of the campus VPN service began experiencing connectivity problems on Sunday, Sept. 19. The problem is due to a necessary change in the SSL certificate used to secure the initial connection to the server. An alternative server had been under development, and MacOS users may find a replacement VPN client and installation instructions at https://ftp.ucsb.edu/private/secured/vpn/ovpn/mac/. A replacement Windows client will likely be available later today, Tuesday, Sept.

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BEG meeting to review PlanNet summary of the CIS

Date and Time: 
June 16, 2010 - 1:00pm - 3:00pm
Location: 
Broida 3302

Meeting of BEG members and related campus community

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