1 Allianz Global Investors Remote Access Guide Web Address: Page 1 of 34 pages Please contact the Service Desk at
2 Table of Contents 1. Introduction to the Remote Access Page 3 2. Overview of Outlook Web Access 4 o Using Outlook Web 4 3. Overview of Remote Access 7 4. Getting Started with Remote Desktop Access 8 o Obtaining your RSA SecurID Key Fob 8 o Remote Desktop Access 14 o Accessing Files stored on the Network 18 Page 2 of 34 pages Please contact the Service Desk at
3 1. Introduction to the Remote Access Page The Technology group is pleased to announce the availability of a secure and easy to use remote access solution. Using this new address, you will have access to all of these services from a single web page: Quick Links This is a consolidated list of helpful Allianz Global Investors external links for our Benefits Website and Payroll Workcenter. Outlook Web Access (OWA) This is a web version of Microsoft Outlook, which allows you to manage your , set your out of office message and reset your voic PIN. Remote Access This solution will allow you to access your Allianz Global Investors workstation and all of your applications from an Internet enabled computer running Windows or Mac OS. To use this service you will need to use special security. To get setup, please contact the Service Desk. Page 3 of 34 pages Please contact the Service Desk at
4 2. Overview of Outlook Web Access Outlook Web Access allows all personnel to access their corporate account via a web browser. Outlook Web is very close in features and functionality to the Microsoft Outlook application you use in the office. Using Outlook Web o In your web browser enter the following address: o Click on the button Page 4 of 34 pages Please contact the Service Desk at
5 o You will then be taken to the Outlook Web Access login page This is a public or shared computer This is a private computer Select this option if you are the only person who uses this computer. Your server will allow a longer period of inactivity before logging you off. I want to change my password after logging on Click on this checkbox if you wish to change your network password after logging into Outlook Web Access Select this option if you use Outlook Web Access on a public computer. Be sure to log off when you have finished using Outlook Web Access and close all windows to end your session. Use Outlook Web Access Light The Light client provides fewer features and is sometimes faster. Use the Light client if you are on a slow connection or using a computer with unusually strict browser security settings. Password Enter the password you use to login to your computer or your AGI Domain\user name Enter US1\username, where US1 is the domain name and username is the login you use for your AGI computer or o After entering your user ID and password, click Page 5 of 34 pages Please contact the Service Desk at
6 o If this is the first time you are logging into Outlook Web Access, you will be prompted to set your Current Time Zone o Once logged in you will have access to your Inbox Page 6 of 34 pages Please contact the Service Desk at
7 3. Overview of Remote Access With Remote Access you will be able to access your desktop and see all of your applications, documents, drive mappings and shortcuts just as if you were sitting at your desk. Minimum Requirements: Windows 7 or Mac OSX Internet Explorer (preferred) or Safari High Speed Internet Access RSA SecurID key fob or RSA softkey for iphone or Blackberry Devices: Page 7 of 34 pages Please contact the Service Desk at
8 4. Getting Started with Remote Desktop Access In order for us to provide you with secure access to your desktop we must use two-factor authentication. Two-factor authentication is based on something you know (a password or PIN) and something you have on an authenticator (RSA Secured) providing a much more reliable level of user authentication than reusable passwords. Obtaining your RSA SecurID With approval from your manger, contact the Service Desk and request Remote Desktop Access. Establishing your PIN This procedure will help you create a PIN to be used for authenticating to the Remote Access portal. o In your web browser enter the following address: o Select the Remote Access Point that is closest to your current location. Page 8 of 34 pages Please contact the Service Desk at
9 o You will then be brought to the Remote Access Portal Welcome Screen: o Enter the information as outlined below: User name - Enter your network login ID. Password - Enter your network password. PASSCODE: If you are using a physical token, enter the numbers listed on your token If you are using an RSA softkey token, launch the RSA app on your mobile device and enter the numbers displayed in the app Domain Select US1 o Click on the button Page 9 of 34 pages Please contact the Service Desk at
10 o You will then be prompted to set a Passcode for your Secured: o Enter your new PIN in each field. PLEASE NOTE: Your PIN must be between 4 and 8 characters. You will NOT be required to change this PIN o Click Save PIN o After your PIN has been created you will be returned to the Welcome Screen o Take notice of the alert in the Message Center: At this point you are ready to use the Remote Access portal. Page 10 of 34 pages Please contact the Service Desk at
11 Logging into the Remote Access o In your web browser enter the following address: o To ensure the smooth performance during your remote access session, select the Remote Access Point that is closest to your current location Page 11 of 34 pages Please contact the Service Desk at
12 o You will then be brought to the Remote Access Portal Welcome Screen: o Enter the information as outlined below: User name - Enter your network login ID. Password - Enter your network password. PASSCODE: If you are using a physical token, enter the numbers listed on your token. If you are using an RSA softkey token, launch the RSA app on your mobile device and enter the numbers displayed in the app Domain Select US1 Click on the button Page 12 of 34 pages Please contact the Service Desk at
13 o After logging in you will be brought to the Remote Access Portal home page: Welcome Section This section lists your workstation or laptop name. Web Bookmarks From this section you can change your network password or access links to services hosted on the AGI or AAM Intranet.* Files Section This section allows you to remotely access files located on the network. Terminal Sessions This section is where you launch your remote desktop sessions. * Published Web Bookmarks may vary based on department Page 13 of 34 pages Please contact the Service Desk at
14 Remote Desktop Access o You can access your workstation in the office remotely by clicking the My Computer link under the Terminal Sessions section on the remote access homepage. o During the connection process, your browser will prompt you to install an ActiveX control. Click the following on all prompts to install the ActiveX control. Click Install Click Always o After the ActiveX installation is complete, you will be brought to your remote desktop login screen. Page 14 of 34 pages Please contact the Service Desk at
15 Setting up Bookmarks for other Terminal Sessions Setting up a Terminal Session allows you create bookmarked links to other computers you connect to in the office o In the Terminal Sessions section of the Remote Access Portal home page, click on the computer button in the upper right hand corner of the section. o You will be brought to the Add a Terminal Services Session home page. Perform the following configurations for each section: Add Terminal Services Session: o Enter the following information in the top section Session Type Select Windows Terminal Services Bookmark Name This will be the name that appears for the bookmark on the portal page. Choose something that best describes the connection such as your machine name Description Leave blank Page 15 of 34 pages Please contact the Help Desk at
16 Settings: o Enter the following information in the Settings section Host Enter your machine name using the complete name. This would be of the following format. <MACHINE NAME>.us1.1corp.org Example: W-NY-ABC123.1corp.org Client Port Leave blank Server Port Leave blank Screen Size Choose Full Screen or your preferred size. Full Screen is suggested. Color Depth Select 32-bit Session: Enter your username in the Username field Leave the rest of the settings in this section blank Page 16 of 34 pages Please contact the Help Desk at
17 Connect Devices: o Select the setting to Bring sound to the local computer o If you would like to print from your terminal session, check the Connect local printers option Display Settings: o Check in all settings in the Display Settings section Add Terminal Services Session: o Click Add to save your Terminal Session settings. o Once the bookmark has been saved, you can access the bookmark in your Terminal Server section Page 17 of 34 pages Please contact the Help Desk at
18 Accessing Files stored on the Network From the Files section of the Remote Access home page, you can access the files from the network drives you have access to in the office. In the files section you will see a My Documents link, this will provide you access to your personal files. Links to additional drives will be subject to your level of access on the network. Accessing files o Click on link of the drive you wish to access and a list of all the files and folders in that drive will be listed Page 18 of 34 pages Please contact the Help Desk at
19 o Once you locate the file you want to access, click on the link of the file to open it. Please note, clicking save on the file will not save any updates made to the document back to the network. If you need to edit a file, save a copy of it on the computer you are using and upload the updated file back to the network (see below for instructions on how to save a file to the network) Page 19 of 34 pages Please contact the Help Desk at
20 Saving a file to the network If you would like to save a new file or save a file you were working on browse to the directory you wish to save it to on the Remote Access home page and click the Upload Files button. Page 20 of 34 pages Please contact the Help Desk at
21 o Click Browse to locate the file on the computer you want to upload o Once you have located the file, double click on the file and the location will show up in Files field Page 21 of 34 pages Please contact the Help Desk at
22 o If you wish to upload more files, repeat the steps for each line. You can rename the file in the Save As field Page 22 of 34 pages Please contact the Help Desk at
23 o When you are ready to save the file to the network, click the Upload button. A progress window will show up and notify you when the upload is complete o Click close when the upload is complete Page 23 of 34 pages Please contact the Help Desk at
24 o You will now see a copy of your renamed file in the folder you uploaded it to o If you upload a file with the same name of an existing file on the network, the system will automatically rename the uploaded file with a different name. You will see the following notification with the new file name after the upload Page 24 of 34 pages Please contact the Help Desk at
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