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  1. Connecting to JCVPN (Browser - Windows)
    Top » » Connecting Remotely
    It is recommended that you use Internet Explorer to access JCVPN. If this is your first time using JCVPN or you have NOT used the old versions of JCVPN on your computer (Summer 2015 or before), skip to step 12. NOTE: JCVPN will NOT ...
  2. Connecting to JCVPN (Browser - Mac)
    Top » » Connecting Remotely
    It is recommended that you use Safari or Firefox to access JCVPN.   Step 1) Open your web browser and go to If you have used Firepass or JCVPN on your computer before, skip to step 12.   Step 2) Install th...
  3. Removing Bradford And Firepass
    Top » » Security & Maintenance
      Removing Bradford Peristent Agent Once you leave campus, you can safely remove the Bradford Persistent Agent that was installed for access to the network. For Windows users:  To remove this agent, go into your Control Panel, ...
  4. Using JCVPN on iOS Device
    Top » » Connecting Remotely
    Step 1) Download the F5 app. Step 2) Open the app on your iDevice, and select Enable on the notification that pops up:   Step 3) After pressing Enable, tap Settings to add the Juniata College...
  5. Accessing Your Drives From an iDevice
    Top » » Mapping Drives
    To use FileBrowser to access Juniata resources, you must either be connected to Juniata WiFi, or be using the F5 app for VPN. To set up F5 on your device, see Using JCVPN (F5) on an iPhone/iPad. Step 1) Download and install FileBrow...
  6. Off Campus Resources
    Top » » Connecting Remotely
    Please see the list below for the resources that can be accessed from an off campus (home/public) Internet connection:: - Juniata College Main Web Site - Secure Web Access to Juni...
  7. Connecting to JCVPN (Desktop Application - Windows and Mac)
    Top » » Connecting Remotely
    The campus virtual private network, JCVPN, is provided to help students and employees when not on campus.  It should be used when: You are using any public wifi, such as those offered in coffee shops, air ports, restaurants, and hotels. &...