To begin, click on the Search bar and type "VPN" or Go to Settings > Network and Internet > VPN
Then click "Add a VPN Connection"
Select "Windows (built-in)" for the Provider. Label the connection "SMUMN VPN". Then enter virtualw.smumn.edu for the address.
VPN Type - can be L2TP with pre-shared key of SMUMN or PPTP (Point to Point Tunneling) See images below
Enter your university username and password. (SMUMN\username)
or PPTP (Point to Point Tunneling
Then, under "Related Settings", click on "Change Adapter Options"
Right click on the SMUMN VPN Connection and select "Properties"
Under the "Security" tab, select "Require encryption (disconnect if server declines".
Also select "Allow these protocols"
Check the boxes next to "Challenge Handshake Authentication Protocol" and "Microsoft CHAP Version 2"
A message may pop up like the one displayed below. Please click "Yes".
At this point, you may want to save a shortcut to the VPN on your desktop. Simply right click on the SMUMN VPN Connection and select "Create Shortcut"
You are now ready to use your VPN Connection on Windows 10! Remember, you will need to connect to the VPN each time you are off campus in order to access your network drives.
Mapping Network Drive
Open Windows File Explorer (Click on the icon in the Task Bar that looks like a file folder, or search for "File Explorer".)
In the left hand column, Right click "This PC"
Click Map Network Drive
In the drop down Drive menu, select U:
In the folder field enter one of the following.:
- \\neo.smumn.edu\username$ (U: Drive, Winona) (Replace the username with your Saint Mary's username, and leave the $ sign)
- \\kessel.smumn.edu\username$ (U: Drive, Twin Cities)(Replace the username with your Saint Mary's username, and leave the $ sign)
- \\kessel.smumn.edu\departmental$ (L: Drive, Twin Cities Departmental)
- \\morpheus.smumn.edu\Departmental(K: Drive, Winona Departmental)
(Marketing Specific Drives)
- \\morpheus.smumn.edu\University Marketing
- \\morpheus.smumn.edu\SGPP Annex
- \\morpheus.smumn.edu\Photo Storage Annex
Reconnect at Logon should be check. (if you wish to reconnect without doing these steps again later, leave unchecked).
Check the box indicationg that you will "Connect using different credentials".
When prompted for your username and password, type "smumn\your_username", in the Username field and your password in the Password field.
You are now finshed setting up VPN in Windows 10.