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Installing GlobalProtect and Connecting to the VPN

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Connect to Southwest Tennessee Community CollegeVPN

Download and Install the Palo Alto GlobalProtect Agent for Windows

STEP 1 | Log in to the GlobalProtect portal

1. Launch a web browser and go to the following URL:https://wolf2.southwest.tn.edu

2. On the portal login page, enter your Username (without the @southwest.tn.edu) and Password and then Login. Note:You use the same username and password you use to log in to your Southwest email account.

STEP 2 | Navigate to the agent download page

In most cases, you will see an agent download page when you log in to the portal. Use this page to download the latest agent software package.

STEP 3 | Download the agent

1. Click the link that corresponds to the operating system that is running on your computer to begin the download. If you are not sure whether the operating system is 32-bit or 64-bit, ask your system administrator before you proceed.

2. When prompted, Run the software.

3. When prompted again, Run the GlobalProtect Setup Wizard.

STEP 4 | Complete the GlobalProtect agent setup

1. In the GlobalProtect Setup Wizard, click Next.

2. Click Next to accept the default installation folder(C:\Program Files\Palo Alto Networks\GlobalProtect) or Browse to a new location and then click Next twice.

3. After the installation finishes, Close the wizard. The GlobalProtect agent starts automatically.

STEP 5 | Log in to GlobalProtect

1. Click the GlobalProtect icon ( ) in the system tray.

2. On the Home tab, enter wolf2.southwest.tn.edu and click Connect.

3. If prompted, enter your Username and Password. If authentication is successful, you are connected to the Southwest Tennessee Community College network. If your administrator set up a GlobalProtect welcome page, it will display after you log in successfully. To Log Out or to Connect again: Click Windows (Icon in lower left corner), Choose Palo Alto Networks, then choose GlobalProtect.   You can then click Disconnect or Connect. Alternately, you can click the GlobalProtect icon in the Windows system tray and then click Disconnect or Connect when GlobalProtect is already running.