The new version of MAC OS X, 10.10 (Yosemite) is expected to be released today, Thursday October 16th, and is currently incompatible with the ClearPass registration system and potentially other services at Rowan.

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Information Resources & Technology provides several services that allow students, faculty and staff to securely connect to Rowan from anywhere, enabling members of the University community to access University resources while off campus.

From here you can learn how to securely access your email, home directory (H drive), openarea (O drive) and RowanCloud (Citrix) applications.


Rowan's VPN

Connect to the Rowan VPN

The Cisco AnyConnect Secure Mobility client is a web-based VPN client that does not require user configuration. VPN, also called IP tunneling, is a secure method of accessing Rowan computer resources.

The Cisco VPN is required to access Exchange email using Outlook 2007/2010 (Outlook 2013 does not require the VPN) and files on your home directory or openarea.


You can also now use ExpanDrive, a pre-configured application that mounts your H drive and O drive.