ONE STEP TRAVEL REGISTRATION + EXPORT CONTROL
The standard VPN is not able to used outside the United States. If a faculty member needs to connect to any secured services from abroad, please contact ITS (preferably before departure) to make arrangements to allow access to services.
Faculty need to contact ITSHelp@mail.wvu.edu or 304-293-4444 and explain the situation. Be prepared to provide a list of specific services that will need to be accessed.
Using Outlook with the software on your laptop will cause your email access to be shut off by ITS. You must access Outlook with the web client outside the USA.
Please note, this information is not made public. It is kept internally to assist in times of need. By completing this simple form, you are registering your travel, enrolling in WVU's international insurance plan and emergency response service, and fulfilling your Export Control obligations.
The above link is for Health Sciences Center and WVU Medicine employees only. By completing this simple form, you are registering your travel, enrolling in WVU's international insurance plan and emergency response service, and fulfilling your Export Control obligations.
The above link is for Health Sciences Center students only.
The WVU Office of Global Affairs takes the health and safety of all WVU employees traveling abroad very seriously. In order to properly account for travel on behalf of WVU and to properly assist in times of need during that travel, Global Affairs provides a simple form to complete with the locations and dates of travel.
Note: Completion of this registration automatically will enroll you in WVU’s international insurance and emergency response program. For more information on these items, please see the link on the right of this page.
In addition to registering your travel for health and safety, all WVU employees
are required to provide information concerning Federal Export Control regulations.
The gathering of this information is part of the travel registration process.
For more information on the WVU Export Control Process, please see
the link on the right of this page.
If a WVU employee is outside the continental US and needs to access a system or computer that’s behind VPN the employee needs to request a Microsoft Azure Virtual Desktop (AVD) account. Consider AVD as the replacement for Citrix. It can take a few days to a week, maybe more maybe less, to setup an AVD account. It’s important that a traveler notify ITS and its college IT support early in the travel process so that the AVD account can be setup and system access tested.