Install Cisco AnyConnect VPN Client for secured connectivity off
campus on your Mac. With this software you can connect to the Seattle University
network from off campus, and access P: and T: drives or other features.
The Cisco AnyConnect VPN Client
is used to establish a connection between the computer you are using and the
Seattle University network, allowing users to access services like P: and T: Drives or Remote Desktop from your home computer or laptop when off campus.
1: Open a web browser and go to www.seattleu.edu/oit/restricted.aspx and log in with your SU username and password.
Step 2: Scroll to the bottom of the page and locate VPN Software. Click on Mac OS X VPN Software and save the file to your computer.
Step 3: Go to the folder where you saved the downloaded .zip file. Double-click the .zip file.
Step 4: Click on AnyConnect 3.1.04074.dmg.
Step 5: Double-click AnyConnect.pkg and follow the Client Installer prompts through the Software License Agreement.
Step 6: At the Installation Type screen, check only VPN and Diagnostics and Reporting Tool.
Step 7: Continue with the remaining prompts until you see a message saying the installation was successful.
Step 8: Click Applications, open the Cisco folder, and click the Cisco AnyConnect Secure Mobility Client.
Step 9: Beneath Ready to Connect type vpn.seattleu.edu and click Connect.
Step 10: Enter your Seattle University username and password.
Step 11: Agree to the Seattle U Acceptable use Policy by clicking Accept. You are now connected to the Seattle U network.
Last Reviewed on: 2013-12-05