For information concerning Cisco AnyConnect installation, visit https://oit.ua.edu/service/vpn/.

MacOS

  1. Navigate to and click on the ‘Cisco AnyConnect’ VPN icon.
  2. Select “campus” from the dropdown box and click “Connect.”
  3. Enter your myBama username and password.
  4. Enter into the second password field either a DUO code from your DUO app or type “push” to receive a push notification. Once you have entered the code or typed “push,” click OK.
  5. Once connected, go to the finder. Hit “Command+K” to bring up the “Connect to Server” window. (You can also select “Connect to Server” from the “Go” dropdown menu.) Enter the path to the network drive: “smb://asfs.asnet.ua-net.ua.edu” and click “Connect.”
  6. Enter the domain, followed by your myBama username and password, and click “Connect” to mount the network drive.┬áIf your myBama credentials don’t work, enter “ua-net\” before your username and retry.
  7. The drive will now appear on your desktop and in the Finder window sidebar.

View Mac instructions as a PDF (with images)

Windows

  1. Locate the UA symbol in the system tray.
  2. Click on the UA symbol and “Connect” to the campus VPN.
  3. Enter your myBama credentials in the password screen. In the “Second Password” field, type “push” or enter a passcode from the DUO app. If you type “push,” it will prompt DUO to send a push notification to your DUO-registered device. You will need an active DUO account to obtain the VPN access.
  4. Press Windows key + R to bring up RUn window.
  5. Type the following into the open field to connect to your H: Drive (personal drive): \\asfs.ua-net.ua.edu\users\home\”your username here” (Replace text in quotes with your myBama username)
  6. Type the following into the open field to connect to the S: Drive (Departmental Share): \\asfs.ua-net.ua.edu\share\
  7. Follow the instructions, logging in with your myBama credentials. If your myBama credentials don’t work, enter “ua-net\” before your username and retry.

View Windows instructions as a PDF (with images)