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NTUanywhere – Mobile Apple iOS user guide

Pre-requisites

In order to use NTUanywhere you will need a connection to the Internet.

Download and Install the Pulse Secure app from the Apple App Store.

Which Operating System versions are supported?

You will also need to be using Apple iOS 6.0 or higher

Using the safari browser, browse to the url https://ntuanywhere.ntu.ac.uk/. The NTUanywhere notification will be displayed.

Click Proceed if you are an authorised user (NTU staff or student). You will then be presented with a login screen.

Sign in with your NTU username and password and click Sign In.

iPhone/iPod

You will then see the screen above. Clicking on Web Bookmarks will give you access to the web links available to you

Click on Home to take you back. File Browsing will give you access to your file bookmarks such as your home directory or any others that have been created for you.

iPad

Web Bookmarks and Files will show when you log in 

Clicking on the VPN will launch an app called Pulse Secure. If you get the screen below, then you need to firstly install the app from the Apple App Store.

Download and install for Pulse Secure on the Apple App Store

Search for the Pulse Secure

Once installed return to the browser and select VPN again. The Pulse Secure App will launch. Accept the user agreement.

Click Enable Pulse Secure

You will then see the screen below. You will need to Add the configuration the first time, tap OK

iPhone/iPod

Clicking on Intranet will give you your Web bookmarks

Click Pulse Secure at the top to return.

iPad

Taping Intranet will show the Web Bookmarks.

When you use the Pulse Secure app this also allows you to access other resources on the network. For example, if you have a remote desktop app installed you can access you NTU PC as if you are logging into it at NTU.

To sign out simply click Disconnect.

Return to the browser and also sign out of NTUanywhere.

To sign in the next time you can either use the browser method as described from the beginning or access directly with the Pulse Secure app.

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Comments

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    Gregson, Mick

    THis is really useful so thanks but I'd be interested to know whether the choice of the the staff only option on an iPad will give access to the extra facilities (especially the T drive and Cognos) available only to staff? As a more general comment it would be helpful if any limitations that a particular OS may have in relation to NTUAnywhere.

     

     

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    Ramsay-Dawber, Peter

    Very useful and an easy to follow guide.

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    Pope, Melanie

    Hello, I have downloaded Junos and can get to the Intranet pages and email, but this section is really unclear about how to access remote desktop:

    When you use the Junos Pulse app this also allows you to access other resources on the network. For example, if you have a remote desktop app installed you can access you NTU PC as if you are logging into it at NTU.

    I have downloaded a remote desktop app but have no idea what to do next - any ideas please? Thanks.

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    McConnon, Carl

    Hi Melaine,

    Please see the link below for the Remote Desktop Connection App.
    https://support.ntu.ac.uk/hc/en-us/articles/201651636-Remote-Desktop-Connection-from-an-iPad-iPhone

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    Pope, Melanie

    Thanks Carl, I tried this but can't get to this stage:

    Select New Remote Desktop

    Tap on Connection Name and enter what you want the connection to be called for example NTU PC.

    There is no 'Select New Remote Desktop', just a + sign that asks me to add i.. PC or server, ii. Remote Resource Feed or iii. Microsoft Remote App. I tried 'Add PC or Server' but it hasn't worked.