HEDCO Clinic Videos file share

The steps below describe how to install and configure the UO Cisco VPN client so you can securely access the COE HEDCO Clinic video recordings as well as connect to the HEDCO Clinic video file share. These instructions assume you have administrator access to your computer and that you can install software. If you are using a UO-owned laptop computer or mobile device, and you work for the UO College of Education, you should already have an administrator account, which will allow you to follow the steps below.

If You already Have the Cisco VPN Software Installed

Please follow the three steps below if you already have the Cisco VPN software installed:

  1. Start the Cisco VPN software.
  2. Use hedco-fw.uoregon.edu for the connection server, then click the Connect button.
  3. Enter your Duck ID and password when prompted.

You should now be able to connect securely to the HEDCO Clinic’s file share where clinic session recordings are located.


Connecting to the HEDCO Clinic Videos via Windows

To add the Clinic network drive to your computer using Windows 10. This will allow you to map a shared network drive to a drive letter on your computer, for more convenient access. Please note that if you are off campus, you will need to use the UO VPN (Cisco AnyConnect Secure Mobility Client). If you have never used the VPN connection before, you can find online instructions for configuring and using it here.

1) To map a network drive in Windows 10, open File Explorer from the taskbar or the Start menu, or press the Windows logo key  + E.

2) In the left column of the newly opened Explorer window, click This PC.

3) At the top of the Explorer window, click Computer, then click the Map network drive icon.

If you are using a UO-owned computer and you logged into it using your Duck ID and password please refer to step 4 below. If you are using a personally-owned computer, please refer to step 5 below.

4) Do the following if you are using a UO-owned computer and you logged into it using your Duck ID and password.

  • Choose an available, unused Drive letter.
  • In the Folder: field, type the path to the file share, or Browse… to it. The path to the network share must be accessible using your Duck ID and password credentials.
  • Check the Reconnect at sign-in checkbox.

The \\pathToTheNetworkedFolder for connecting to the HEDCO clinic videos is:

\\coefiles.uoregon.edu\clinic\clinic

After entering the share path click the Finish button. Your network share should appear as a listed drive in This PC, in any Windows Explorer window, and you do not need to complete step 5, which only applies to those not using UO purchased computers.

5) Complete the following only if you are using a personally-owned computer.

  • Choose an available, unused Drive letter.
  • In the Folder: field, type the path to the file share, or Browse… to it. The path to the network share must be accessible using your Duck ID and password credentials.
  • Check the Reconnect at sign-in checkbox.
  • Check the Connect using different credentials checkbox.
  • Click the Finish button.

An Enter network credentials window will appear. In the user name field, you will need to prefix your Duck ID using ad\. Note that in the window below, if the user’s duck ID was someDuckID, the user name field would begin with ad\, followed by the Duck ID, so ad\someDuckID would be entered for the user name, and you would substitute your actual Duck ID for someDuckID.

6) Click the OK button.

If authentication was successful, the network location should appear in Windows Explorer windows, and will be available whenever you are logged in on your computer.

Please note that if you are off campus, you will need to connect to the network share using the UO VPN. For connection instructions for the VPN, please refer to the “VPN Access with Cisco AnyConnect” online document here.


Connecting to the HEDCO Clinic Videos via MacOS (Apple)

Please note that regardless of whether you are on or off campus, you will need to use the UO VPN (Cisco AnyConnect Secure Mobility Client). If you have never used the VPN connection before, you can find online instructions for configuring and using it here.

From the Finder, go to the menu bar and click Go > Connect to Server, or press Command + K.

Mapping COEshare step 1

On the window that pops up fill in the information corresponding to either the HEDCO Clinic file share.

To access the HEDCO Clinic file share use the path below:

smb://coefiles.uoregon.edu/clinic/clinic

ear. After a few seconds you should see an authentication window where you will enter your Duck ID and your Duck ID password. If you wish to save your login credentials, check the “Remember this password in my keychain” option.

mapping a drive Mac OS X step 4

 

 

 

 

Click Connect again. If authentication was successful you will see a window with your mapped share; otherwise, you will be asked for your credentials again.

osx-mapping-connecting

To access your network share navigate to Go -> Computer or by pressing “COMMAND+C

You should see “coefiles” listed as a drive. Alternatively, you can click on ‘coefiles’ under SHARED on the left hand column, and then navigate to “clinic” and “clinic” again.


Cisco AnyConnect Installation Instructions for MacOS (Apple)

  1. In a web browser go to https://vpnclient.uoregon.edu
  2. Use your UO Duck ID and password to log in.
  3. Click the download link.
  4. Run the installer.
  5. Click the Spotlight icon on the top right of your computer screen, or hit COMMAND + SPACEBAR while in the Finder, and search for Cisco. You should see Cisco AnyConnect Secure Mobility Client appear in the list. You can double-click the Cisco item from the list, or hit RETURN to run it.
  6. Use uovpn.uoregon.edu for the connection server, then click the Connect button.
  7. Enter your Duck ID and password when prompted.

You should then be securely connected to the UO. You can turn the Cisco VPN on or off by choosing Connect or Disconnect through the Cisco icon near the top right corner of your computer.

Cisco AnyConnect Installation Instructions for Windows

  1. In a web browser go to https://vpnclient.uoregon.edu
  2. Use your UO Duck ID and password to log in.
  3. Click the download link.
  4. Run the installer.
  5. From the Start menu, search for Cisco, then hit ENTER to run the application.
  6. Use hedco-fw.uoregon.edu for the connection server, then click the Connect button.
  7. Enter your Duck ID and password when prompted.

You should then be securely connected to the HEDCO Clinic’s secured network. You can turn the Cisco VPN on or off by clicking the Cisco system tray icon on the taskbar, near the bottom right area of your computer.

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