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Virtual Private Networking (VPN) is a method of providing a more secure network connection from public or untrusted networks. When a VPN connection is established, it creates an encrypted communication path between your computer and the VPN server. This helps to protect your network traffic from many types of common network attacks which could be used to expose your personal information. Because the VPN server is hosted within the Texas A&M University firewall, a VPN connection will also provide access to university resources that are not typically available from non-TAMU connections.

Choose your OS for the best connection method to Texas A&M VPN.

Desktop and Laptop Computers

Phones and Tablets

If you have trouble with the above connection methods, please consult our documentation on other supported VPN connection methods.

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