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Users migrated to Shared IT Services use their WUSTL Key to log into WUSM-Secure

If your area has not yet migrated to Shared IT Services, log in with your domain credentials (MEDPRIV\username, DOM\username, etc.)

Connecting manually to WUSM-secure:
  1. Click the wireless icon at bottom right.
  2. Select WUSM-securefrom list of networks.
  3. Click Connect(check Connect automatically if you’d like).
  4. A security box may appear. If so, click Connect.
  5. Enter user name and password (or click the checkbox next to “Use Windows credentials” to have your info filled in automatically).
    User Name:  Your WUSTL key preceded by ACCOUNTS\
    Password:  Your usual WUSTL key password
  6. Click OK.
  7. You may have to enter your WUSTL key password another time, and click Connect.
  8. The wireless icon in lower right shows successful connection.

Connecting to Eduroam
  1. Click the wireless icon at bottom right.
  2. Select Eduroam from list of networks.
  3. Click Connect(check Connect automatically if you’d like).
  4. A security box may appear. If so, click Connect.
  5. Enter user name and password.
    User Name:  Your WUSTL key followed by @wustl.edu (same as your email address for many users)Password:  Your usual WUSTL key password
  6. Click OK.
  7. You may have to repeat step 4(click Connect again).
  8. The wireless icon in lower right shows successful connection.

For a list of participating Eduroam institutions, check the Eduroam website.

Airwatch

Mobile devices will need Airwatch installed before connecting to WUSM-secure.

VPN and Remote Desktop Connections
  • VPN allows you to connect to University resources requiring a secure Washington University network connection to access.
  • Remote Desktop Connection allows you to access a particular computer, including its data and installed software.
  • You will need to be granted access to use VPN, and to log into a computer other than your own.

To request VPN access, contact your IT support desk.

VPN for Windows

VPN for Mac

CFU VPN for Windows (Danforth)

CFU VPN for Mac (Danforth)

Remote Desktop (Windows to Windows)

Remote Desktop (Mac to Windows)

For Mac to Mac Remote Desktop, enter a service request in ServiceNow.