New York Times Online

You can now access unlimited New York Times articles remotely and at the Appleton Public Library.

In the Library


2. Click Login in the upper-right corner.

3. Choose to Sign-up for an account if you have not already done so; otherwise, login to access site content.


Why am I suddenly getting a security warning with remote access?

The quick answer: the site is secure, so you can proceed regardless of how dire the warnings seem. This means rather than clicking things like “get out of here” or “ok” you choose to do something like “view details” and “proceed anyway” (the options vary based on the browser you are using).

The longer answer: The NY Times recently began redirecting to an https which causes this warning since we are still waiting on our SSL certificate that covers the proxy link you go through for authentication and access. Until that certificate is applied, users will continue to see the security warning. We have been told that it will take a couple of days to a week or more. One of our vendors has to load the new SSL on the server, so there is nothing we can do to speed up the process. In the meantime, even though the warning is scary, the site is secure.


Remote Access*

1. Use the remote authentication link.

2. Enter your Library Card Number and PIN.

3. Create an account if you have not already done so. Login.

* If you receive an error message that says DNS address cannot be found, you can try clearing/flushing your DNS cache. To do this on most Windows computers, open the command prompt and type ipconfig /flushdns

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