Stockton University
Remote Access Entitlement Request Form
Version 2.3 - 3/26/2020
Office of Information Security
STOCKTON UNIVERSITY
101 VERA KING FARRIS DRIVE
GALLOWAY, NJ 08205-9441
REMOTE ACCESS
ENTITLEMENT REQUEST FORM
This form can be handed in physically to the IT Helpdesk
in D-121, or submitted via email to:
information.security@stockton.edu
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SECTION 4
Information Security Entitlements
To be completed by the
Oce of Information Security
Budget Unit Manager Authorization
Budget Unit Manager
Effective From Date Effective Until Date
(renewed annually)
Budget Unit Manager Signature_________________________________________________________________
Date___________________________________________________
SECTION 3
To be completed by the
Budget Unit Manager
Last Name
First Name
Z-Number
Username
Personal Identification and Information
Applicant Signature________________________________________________________________________________ Date___________________________________________________
SECTION 2
To be completed by
the Applicant
Z
By using remote access technology with personal equipment, users must understand that their machines
are a defacto extension of the Stockton network, and as such are subject to the same rules and regulations
that apply to Stockton owned equipment, i.e., their machines must be configured to comply with all Stock-
ton security policies.
All computers connected to Stockton campus networks remotely must use up-to-date virus-scanning software and virus definitions.
Additionally, all relevant security patches must be installed; this includes personal computers. It is the responsibility of the employee or
company with VDI privileges to ensure that unauthorized users are not allowed access to Stockton campus networks.
Remote access is controlled using two-factor authentication composed of an ID and a one-time-use passcode. For Stockton employees,
the user ID is in the form of their Stockton Webmail Username and Password. The passcode is provided to the user via either a physical
(hard) or application-based (soft) encrypted token.
Individuals using VDI enabled devices to access the University’s internal network and servers must take responsibility for implementing
the following safeguards on their devices (
www.stockton.edu/acceptable-use
):
Each user must have a unique profile. Shared profiles are not permitted.
Desktop and mobile devices that contain or provide access to institutional data must be password protected against
unauthorized access. These computers and devices should be shut down when not in use for extended timeframes.
Remote access enabled devices must be configured to automatically lock after a period of inactivity and require a user
to re-enter the device’s password.
Any device configured for VDI use which is lost or stolen must be promptly reported to Stockton University's Office of
Information Security, so appropriate actions can be taken.
Remote access services are to be used solely for Stockton business and/or to support academic initiatives.
All remote access gateways on the campus network will be set up and managed by Stockton Telecommunications group.
User created remote access gateways will not be permitted on the Stockton network.
Remote access users may be automatically disconnected from the Stockton network after sixty minutes of inactivity.
Artificial network processes are not to be used to keep the connection open.
Remote Access Acceptable Usage Information
SECTION 1
For the Applicant’s
Information
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