From the KnowledgeBase
University account holders using University resources should be aware that their activity, including that via VPN using Secure Remote Access (SRA), must comply with U.S., New Jersey and local laws and University Information Technology Policy, regardless of their access point.
There are two alternatives for connecting to University computing resources from off-campus.
Princeton Library access from off-campus
Many licensed databases and other electronic resources of the Princeton Library are only available while on campus or connected to the Princeton network. The Library provides a web interface that allows you to log in to library services even if you are off-campus. Use of this service is restricted to members of the University community. Go to Library EZproxy Service to connect. In case of questions or problems send email to Library Support at email@example.com.
All other Princeton resources from off-campus
Secure Remote Access (SRA) is a service for Princeton faculty, staff, and students who are off-campus and need to access restricted campus resources through a Virtual Private Network (VPN). After authenticating, remote computers function as if they were on campus, and as long as your SRA connection is active, all Internet activity from your computer is routed through Princeton servers and your computer is giving a Princeton IP address.
On January 7, 2016, the Cisco/Microsoft unsecured version of VPN previously supported will be discontinued at Princeton. As of January 8, 2016 you will need to be using the Secure Remote Access (SRA) protocol to create a VPN connection to campus.
How to configure a Secure Remote Access (SRA) connectionFaculty/Staff/Graduate Students!
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