KU Anywhere is an extension of the KU VPN (Virtual Private Network) service. KU Anywhere allows secure access to resources on the KU network, such as a departmental file server, from a computer that is not connected to the KU's network but is connected to the Internet.
- You do not need to use KU Anywhere if you are on the KU campus, only when you want to access KU technology resources from off campus.
- You must use multi-factor authentication (Duo) when using KU Anywhere. Learn more about multifactor authentication and Duo. Learn more about how to configure KU Anywhere to work with Duo.
Contact your unit/department's technology support staff for assistance installing the KU Anywhere software on KU-owned machines.
For personal machines, KU Anywhere can accessed by downloading and installing the software client using the links below. How-to guides for installing the software client are available under the "Support" tab above.
NOTE: You will have to use Duo, KU's multi-factor authentication tool, by Oct. 1, 2019 at the latest in order to access this service. Learn more about Duo at duo.ku.edu. To learn more about how to configure KU Anywhere to work with Duo, click here.
Choose the correct KU Anywhere client for your operating system:
Download for Windows
Download for Mac (macOS Mojave and earlier)
Download for Mac (macOS Catalina)
Download for Linux 32-bit
Download for Linux 64-bit
NOTE: Installation guides are available by clicking on the "Support" tab above. You must have administrative rights on your computer to perform the installation of the client. If you do not have administrative rights, please contact your unit/department's technology support staff for assistance.
This service will automatically provide secure access to KU resources from remote KU sites. No client configuration is necessary to use this service, however additional networking hardware is required. If interested, departments should contact KU IT Customer Service Center at firstname.lastname@example.org for additional information.
Support is available through the KU Information Technology Customer Service Center: email@example.com