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Manage your UM NetID password

15 February 2007 by Barry Brown

Recently library patrons may have noticed difficulty accessing materials using their NetID. Please be aware that your password needs to be reset every 180 days, beginning the last time you updated your password. If you’re having trouble accessing services, please visit the UM Campus NetID Page for instructions on managing your password.

Services affected by these procedures include:

More information can be found at the Information Technology Office.

**Update**: ITO has created a new NetID Password Page.

**Update 2**: ITO has renamed the SCAUID to NetID and they’ve created a new page for maintenance and all things NetID: http://www.umt.edu/it/netid/whatisnetid.htm This post has been updated to reflect this.

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3 Responses to “Manage your UM NetID password”

  1. Samantha Hines Says:

    I have also heard it pronounced “scoud” like “cloud.” Perhaps there is no wrong way to say SCAUID…

  2. Karel Stroethoff Says:

    I found this webpage after wasting a lot of time (including reinstallment of software) to gain access to UMaps. Why is it necessary to change passwords every 180 days? I have been using my mail1 account for several years without a password change, a significant improvement over the all too frequent password changes necessary on the old selway. I never received a notice that my UM SCAUID password was going to expire (so I could have changed it before spending a lot of time trying to figure what might be wrongf with my computer or the VPN software) and I find it UNACCEPTABLE that password expiration notices were NOT mailed!

  3. Steve McCann Says:

    Hi Karel,
    Thanks for letting us know. I’ve forwarded your comments on to the ITO office and they’ll be getting back to you soon. fwiw, they are actively working on a solution to the problems you’ve been experiencing.

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