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INSTALL THE FORTINET VPN APP
MFA IS REQUIRED TO ACCESS SFU VPN
Your SFU account must be secured with SFU Multi-Factor Authentication to use SFU VPN.
Choose your operating system (OS) and follow the instructions to install:
SFU VPN how-to guides
Unmanaged mac on Personal Devices
Follow the instructions below.
Upgrading from a previous version?
If you are upgrading, uninstall the current version of FortiClient VPN.
- Run FortiClientUninstaller app
Run the Installer from the downloaded location by double clicking on it.
Double click on FortiClientUpdate to start downloading the full installer.
Click Install to continue.
Click Configure VPN.
Configure using settings below and hit Save.
|Connection Name:||SFU VPN|
IMPORTANT: ENSURE THAT "CUSTOMIZE PORT" IS SELECTED.
Enter your SFU Computing ID and password then click Connect.
A final prompt for your SFU Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA) code will appear. Grab your MFA phone app or hardware token and enter your MFA code in the box next to Token, then press OK.
Reminder: Your SFU account must be secured with SFU's Multi-Factor Authentication to use SFU VPN. If you haven't enrolled in Multi-Factor Authentication, then complete our setup steps.
You are now connected to the SFU Network when you see this.
Make sure to you are connected to the VPN everytime it's needed. The VPN disconnects when your computer is idle or sleeps. Unlike Wi-Fi, it does not re-connect automatically.
Log in to SFU VPN using the 6-digit MFA code displayed on your MFA app or hardware token.
You can tell you are connected to SFU VPN, when this dropdown menu shows "Disconnect SFU VPN".