A message from Information Security
This communication is intended for divisional IT administrators.
This is a reminder that eToken authentication for high security logins that use AdminVPN will migrate to UTORMFA on November 27. UTORMFA has already been adopted by 11757 members of the U of T community. It is easy to use and provides enhanced security for U of T’s systems.
As part of this project, we will be changing AdminVPN from port.eis.utoronto.ca to admin.vpn.utoronto.ca. Applications currently using AdminVPN with eToken include:
- ROSI Files
- ROSI Express
- Rocket Shuttle
- Unit VPNs
To prepare for this change, we will need your help to install an updated Cisco AnyConnect AdminVPN profile by November 8, 2021. This will allow admin.vpn.utoronto.ca to automatically appear in the Cisco AnyConnect drop-down menu, providing users with easy access.
The deployment package (KB0011157) has been developed by Information Security and can be used to roll out the configuration to your users.
Should you require further assistance, you can submit a ticket to the Enterprise Service Centre.
If you are using eToken Digital Signing, please move to an alternative electronic signature solution before February 2022. No new eTokens will be issued after November 27, 2021, and new staff members will need to use an alternate solution for electronic signatures. To learn more, you can join us for an upcoming Connect+Learn session on Electronic Signatures and Enterprise DocuSign:
Stay tuned for additional communications about other services such as Remote Desktop Gateway (RDG) and desktop login.
Learn more about the eToken Migration Project.
Thank you for your help and support in making this project a success.