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How to Request a NetID Admin Account

  Navigate to Hover over NetID Tools, and select “Request NetIDadmin account”. 3. Log in with your NetID and NetID password. 4. Fill out the request form shown below: Keywords: netid, netid admin, request, admin account, access

Changing / Resetting NetID Password

Your NetID account information Changing NetID password 1. Navigate to 2. Click on Change Password on the right side of the page. 3. Sign in using your NetID and current password. 4. Enter your current password. Following the password complexity rules, enter your new password in the appropriate fields, and click Change Password at the bottom of the page. You will receive […]

Using the MBAM Self-Service Portal (Bitlocker)

Starting July 2017, faculty and staff can unlock their encrypted computer using the MBAM self-service portal. MBAM (Microsoft BitLocker Administration and Monitoring) provides enterprise management capabilities for Bitlocker, Microsoft disk encryption technology that protects data against unauthorized access if a computer is lost or stolen. Faculty and staff run the installed client on their client […]

Setting Up SSH on Mac OS

  For more information on Secure Shell, see the UITS Access Guide. Go to Terminal This can either be found by going to Spotlight Search and searching Terminal OR going to Finder -> Applications -> Utilities -> Terminal  Enter in the command: ssh (enter in your own NetID, should include a space between ssh and […]

Setting Up SSH on Windows

  For more information on Secure Shell, see the UITS Access Guide. Note: In order to use SSH on Windows, you will need to download a separate software. The most common one is PuTTY, however you may use any terminal you prefer or have access to. Once you open the software, a configuration box should appear. […]

Secure Shell (SSH) Gateway Access Guide

  A Secure Shell (SSH) Gateway is an encrypted proxy mechanism that is used for external network access, typically to internal Linux/Unix network resources, and can be accessed from different operating systems, either natively or by using a client. It is an alternative to the University Virtual Private Network (VPN). As a faculty, staff, or […]

Installing and Using UConn Anyware

UConn AnyWare is an application virtualization service that gives faculty, staff, and students remote access to university-licensed software. Prior to accessing UConn Anyware, users must download the Citrix Receiver. AnyWare can remember your personalized settings between sessions It will contain the most up to date software available Software and features are dependent on your NetID credentials […]

Scantron Grading Instructions

Key Sheet Number 1 – DEPARTMENT SHEET 1. In the NAME area, enter the 4-character abbreviated name of the academic department. For instance, Political Science (POLS), or Accounting (ACCT).   2. In the IDENTIFICATION Number area, enter the 3-digit numeric course number in columns A-C. Our current program only allows three (3) digits.  Any three […]

Connecting to InCHIP Network Drives

To connect to InCHIP network drives you must be on the UCONN Network. You should connect to the UCONN Network using the University’s VPN Client if accessing the InCHIP network drives from off campus. macOSMapping the R: drive (Research)  Mapping the R: drive (Research) 1. Open Finder > Preferences 2. Ensure the “Connected Servers” checkbox […]

Accessing the Mathematics Placement Exam (MPE)

The MPE is created by the Department of Mathematics and will be administered through the Learning Management System (LMS) Blackboard or Husky CT. Students will need to log in with their NetID and NetID password and self-enroll. Log in through with your NetID and password. Click on Math Placement Exam on the middle of […]