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By madgett on January 16, 2013
Due to security concerns and in order to be in full compliance with our license agreements, the UBC Library is now requiring off-campus patrons to use EZproxy for authentication & access to online resources. You can read the official statement here. But I wanted to add a word of clarity about myVPN for staff and […]
By madgett on October 19, 2012
***RESOLVED** Just a heads up, UBC IT is reporting problems with myVPN and the UBC Network in some buildings. Please follow their Bulletins here.
By irobb on December 6, 2010
*Problem fixed* The Barcode & PIN log-in (the left-hand part of the EZproxy screen) is having a bad Monday. Please use your CWL for now when passing through EZproxy. Repairs underway. Watch for updates. …or, if connecting from off campus, log into myVPN as an alternative.
By irobb on October 18, 2010
*Update*: EZproxy now working for NetLibrary ebooks. EZproxy is not working for off-campus access to NetLibrary. Please use MyVPN if accessing a NetLibrary ebook from off campus for now. Should be fixed in a day or two (fingers crossed).
By irobb on November 30, 2009
In a communiqué to library staff recently, Rue Ramirez, AUL Library Systems & Information Technology/Technical Services, talked about the forthcoming developments in remote access authentication which will serve Library users better. “The introduction of the myVPN service is important because it promises to provide a scaleable, more stable, and robust method for remote users to […]
By irobb on October 14, 2009
According to UBC IT, VPN will be no more after the end of the year (December 31, 2009). So, if you want to keep connecting to the Library’s subscribed eresources from Starbucks, you need to get familiar with myVPN. Read how to set it up here. It requires software be loaded onto your computer, just […]