New Password Management Self-Service

The Office of Information Technology is pleased to announce the availability of a new Self-Service Password Management tool called "myPassword" to securely manage your email account password.    After creating a myPassword profile, you can instantly reset or change your password in compliance with UML Password Requirements.

In addition to email/webmail, employees & students can already use their email address and password to access the Emergency Notification System, library resources,  the wireless network, Echo360 lecture capture, and other business applications like HR Direct, e*mpac Finance System, and Summit reporting.

Plans are underway to soon use these same email credentials to access iSiS and the Online Housing Gateway.

Create a myPassword profile and reset your password TODAY!

Benefits:

    • Reset your password if you’ve forgotten it.  There’s no need to contact the Help Desk for future password resets!
    • Create challenge and response questions to verify your identity.
    • Always available 24x7 all year long from any computer with an internet connection.
    • Get automated email notifications when your password has been changed or when your password is close to expiring.
    • Keeps your password the same for all services like email, wireless, emergency notifications, and library services.  iSiS logins using your email address will be available Later this year.
    • You can choose your own password or let the system generate one for you.
    • Quickly and securely unlock your account due to incorrect password entries.
    • Works seamlessly with Internet Explorer, Safari, or Firefox

Visit https://myPassword.uml.edu

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This page contains a single entry by Richard Conley published on March 2, 2011 4:38 PM.

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