NordVPN Teams Linux app release
Users of the world’s premier open-source kernel can now enjoy powerful and convenient network security with the release of the NordVPN Teams Linux app.
While manual configuration remains a key feature in our Control Panel, our Linux app expands our VPN offerings to the millions of businesses running devices on Linux-based operating systems.
With a full suite of VPN features, our cloud-based solution allows users to conveniently access secure gateways around the world, including private gateways through dedicated servers available in dozens of locations around the world.
Just like all our applications, our Linux offering can be set up and deployed hardware-free in just minutes, giving your teams secure remote access and powerful data traffic encryption.
Similar to the the robust feature set offered across our applications, NordVPN Teams for Linux features:
Powerful command line interface
Full IKEv2 integration (OpenVPN coming soon)
Auto-connect on app startup
Auto-connect on untrusted networks
Secure private gateways
SSO integration with GSuite, Okta, and Azure AD
One of the biggest benefits of our Linux app is its ease of installation and customization. Set up secure remote access and network security with no hardware and 24/7 expert support. Here’s how you can get Linux workstations set up today:
Installing NordVPN Teams for Linux
1. Download the NordVPN Teams repository package
Visit our Downloads page here to get started.
2. Install the repository package
In Terminal, run these commands:
sudo apt-get install https://downloads.nordteams.com/linux/latest/nordvpnteams-latest_1.0.0_all.deb.
sudo yum install https://downloads.nordteams.com/linux/latest/nordvpnteams-latest-1.0.0-noarch.rpm
3. Update your package lists
sudo apt-get update
sudo yum makecache
4. Install NordVPN Teams
Install the application from your package manager.
sudo apt-get install nordvpnteams
sudo yum install nordvpnteams
5. Add your user to the application group
The application runs on its own system user and group, so only members of the group have permission to use it.
sudo usermod -a -G nordvpnteams $(whoami)
Note that this change will only take effect at next login, so re-login or reboot.
6. That’s it!
Your teams can now connect to your secure network from anywhere.
For more information or technical assistance, please contact [email protected].
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