Open the Apple Store. Search for Cisco Anyconnect and install the AnyConnect App.




























Find and open the AnyConnect App










Tap/Click on Connections, then tap “Add New VPN Connection”. Enter as the Server Address. Tap Save.







































Tap ‘Allow’ to give the Anyconnect App permissions to set up the VPN connection on your device.





































Tap on the new connection.




































365备用网址APPEnter your Dixie ID and password.   If you are a full-time employee or have otherwise enrolled in Duo Security you will need to perform a Duo Security two-factor authentication before you can successfully log in to install the VPN client.  This is done either through a Duo Push Notification on your mobile device or using a passcode from your mobile device or Duo hardware token.



































Duo Push


365备用网址APPAccept the Duo Push.  In rare circumstances, you may need to manually open the Duo App on your device before the push notification will appear.

(Remember that you should only accept Duo pushes that you KNOW you initiated.  If you receive an unsolicited Duo push, this is a red flag that someone else is trying to use your password.  Always click the red deny option in this situation)







Alternatively, you can enter a Duo Code from a hardware token or mobile device instead of accepting a push notification on your mobile device.  To do this, enter your password, then a comma, then the code from your token or mobile device, then click login.

For example you would enter the following in the password field:

365备用网址APP<Password>,<Duo Code>
















365备用网址APPYou should now be connected.  Typically a VPN symbol will appear in the Notifications bar to indicate connection status.





































Ending your VPN Session

When you have finished working or no longer need the secure connection to campus, you can close it by opening the AnyConnect app and tapping the Slide toggle from “On” to “Off”