Answered By: Susan Payne
Last Updated: Aug 03, 2016     Views: 1976

JHPulse (formerly known as JHConnect) is being retired. It will remain active until September 2016. 

Information Technology services at Johns Hopkins recently switched to a VPN, which will improve remote access and security.

This new, clientless VPN has many new features and benefits, including:

  •          Internet browser-based, so does not need any additional software installs
  •          Works well in all standard browsers such as Firefox, Safari, Internet Explorer, and Google Chrome
  •          Provides easy access to information stored on the network
  •          Remotely control/access your work desktop computer
  •          Additional logon password code provided by Google Authenticator smartphone app or WinAuth desktop/laptop app

You can access the new clientless VPN through the Johns Hopkins Staff portal. The clientless VPN quick link is available in the VPN group link located in the left hand browser panel.

 

VPN Group Link

 

VPN Quick Link for requesting access to the VPN

 

VPN Quick Link for accessing the new VPN Frequently Asked Questions Website

 

VPN Quick Link for connecting to the VPN via the Clientless VPN

 

Don’t forget to enroll in the myIT Login Code program, which is a requirement for connecting to the new VPN with the Google Authenticator smartphone app. Enroll at the myIT Login Code website.

If you have any problems accessing the new VPN, please call 410-955-HELP, or submit a self-service ticket via the myJH IT Help Desk tab.. 

Comments (1)

  1. It looks like JHConnect has been replaced with a new service, JHPulse.

    To find it, log into myJH, choose "Technology" from the side menu, and then "JHPulse".
    by Jonathan Rochkind on Jun 12, 2014.

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