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VPN Clients for Windows and macOS

NCP Secure Entry Windows Client

Secure VPN connections for desktop, laptop or tablet running on Windows operating systems 10, 8.x or 7.

  • Description
  • Features
  • Resources

Description

The NCP Secure Entry Windows Client is a one-click solution, the IPsec client software automatically selects:

  • the appropriate firewall policy
  • the best possible communication medium
  • controls internet connectivity
  • initiates the setup of a VPN tunnel.

A centrally defined parameter lock prevents intentional or accidental configuration setting changes by users.

Recommended for organizations with up to 50 remote access users and without a requirement for central management. The VPN software is compatible with all common IPsec VPN gateways.

Features

Secure

  • IPv6 supported dynamic personal firewall
  • data encryption
  • strong authentication
  • multi-certificate support
  • parameter locks
  • FIPS Inside
  • support of OTP (one time password tokens) and certificates in a PKI (Public Key Infrastructure)
  • automatic modification of firewall rules

Efficient

  • Parameter locks avoids misconfiguration through users
  • NCP Budget Manager for full cost control
  • support for 3G/4G hardware (LTE)
  • custom branding option

Ease of Use

  • a single and easy-to-use user interface (one click) for connection setup
  • integrated support for 3G/4G hardware
  • reliable VPN connection
  • automatic, location aware adaptation and application of firewall rules through the NCP VPN Client
  • automatic media recognition
  • seamless roaming
  • easy Windows domain participation
  • Home Zone
  • VPN Bypass

Mobile

  • Working without dropped connections or interruptions even when switching between networks, i.e. seamless roaming
  • autoconnect to your corporate network
  • reliable and uninterrupted VPN connections
  • quick and secure hotspot log in
  • Remote Access even behind firewalls, whose port settings typically deny IPsec based communication, i.e. NCP Path Finder® Technology

Resources

NCP Secure Entry macOS Client

The NCP Secure macOS / OS X Clients enable easy VPN access with just one click for:

  • macOS 10.13 High Sierra
  • macOS 10.12 Sierra
  • OS X 10.11 El Capitan
  • OS X 10.10 Yosemite

  • Description
  • Features
  • Resources

Description

The NCP Secure Entry macOS Client is a component of NCP's Next Generation Network Access Technology. The IPsec standard forms the basis of highly secure data connections to VPN gateways of all well-known providers. The connection is set up via any network (including iPhone tethering via USB or Bluetooth). From anywhere in the world, mobile users can access a corporate network with their Mac. The NCP Secure Entry Client Mac is easy to install and to use. And the intuitive, graphical user interface shows all connection and security states before as well as during data connections.

Features

Secure

  • IPv6 supported dynamic personal firewall
  • data encryption
  • strong authentication
  • multi-certificate support
  • parameter locks
  • FIPS Inside
  • automatic adaption of firewall rules
  • Apple Keychain Support

Efficient

  • compatible to all major VPN gateways
  • works in any remote access VPN environment
  • import of the file formats:*.ini, *.pcf, *.wgx, *.wge and *.spd.

Ease of Use

  • a single and easy-to-use user interface (one click) for the connection setup
  • a reliable, uninterrupted VPN connection
  • automatic, location aware adaptation and application of firewall rules through the NCP VPN Client
  • automatic media recognition
  • seamless roaming

Mobile

  • working without dropped connections or interruptions even when switching between networks, i.e. seamless roaming
  • auto-connect to your corporate network
  • reliable and uninterrupted VPN connections
  • remote access even behind firewalls, whose port settings typically deny IPsec based communication, i.e. NCP Path Finder® Technology

Resources