Information Technology Services has launched Password Self-Service, a new system that will allow students, faculty, and staff on the University network to reset their own network passwords quickly and independently. The tool will replace our existing Personal Account Manager (PAM) and eliminate the need to contact the ITS help desk when passwords are forgotten or accounts are locked.
With Password Self-Service, users can set up a series of personalized challenge questions to be answered if a password or account issue arises. The text and alternate email address are other means to unlock or reset an account. You can choose to either use challenge questions, use text messaging or use an alternate email account to proceed.
Detailed information, including instructions for setting up your challenge questions, will be provided in the coming weeks. Check back for more information.
An upgrade of the Adobe Connect system was scheduled on Saturday morning, May 16th. This has been postponed in order to continue further testing as it relates to the Adobe Connect tool with the new Sakai v10 environment. We apologize for the inconvenience this may have caused and will provide updates when a new timeline for the upgrade is finalized.
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Sustainability and Responsibility
Digital Media Services is increasing our sustainability efforts to support initiatives and projects in the Multimedia and Digital Media Labs. We examined the full life cycle of our service locations and in the first phase of our sustainability initiative we are focusing on printing, workstation maintenance, our cleaning supplies and the Equipment Loan Program. Click here to learn more about LUclean and Digital Media Services' support of sustainability efforts at LUC and beyond.
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