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This page outlines the various account types at UMIACS.
 
This page outlines the various account types at UMIACS.
  
==Account Types==
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==UMIACS Account==
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A traditional UMIACS account consists of the following components:
 
; Linux / Kerberos Account
 
; Linux / Kerberos Account
 
: Provides access to Linux computers, IMAP E-Mail, AR controlled resources, UMIACS Web Services.
 
: Provides access to Linux computers, IMAP E-Mail, AR controlled resources, UMIACS Web Services.
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; JIRA Account
 
; JIRA Account
 
: Provides access to the JIRA Request Tracker
 
: Provides access to the JIRA Request Tracker
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==Guest / Collaborator Account==
 
; [[Accounts/Collaborator | Collaborator Accounts]]
 
; [[Accounts/Collaborator | Collaborator Accounts]]
 
: Sponsored account to provide temporary access to UMIACS Web Services for non-UMIACS collaborators.
 
: Sponsored account to provide temporary access to UMIACS Web Services for non-UMIACS collaborators.

Revision as of 13:26, 16 June 2016

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This page outlines the various account types at UMIACS.

UMIACS Account

A traditional UMIACS account consists of the following components:

Linux / Kerberos Account
Provides access to Linux computers, IMAP E-Mail, AR controlled resources, UMIACS Web Services.
Windows / Active Directory Account
Provides access to Windows computers, Exchange E-Mail, VPN.
JIRA Account
Provides access to the JIRA Request Tracker

Guest / Collaborator Account

Collaborator Accounts
Sponsored account to provide temporary access to UMIACS Web Services for non-UMIACS collaborators.

Changing account password

The UMIACS Password Web Application can be used to change the password for Linux, Windows, and Collaborator accounts.

Exclamation-point.png To reset a forgotten password -- Stop by the UMIACS Help Desk in room 3142 A.V. Williams Building with a photo ID


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