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Pinned Article Computing Accounts Overview

An overview of computing accounts at the University of Richmond.

Account Expirations

Details of how accounts are expired for various types of students, employee, and retirees.

Duo MFA for Box

Knowledgebase information for logging into Box with Duo MFA

Faculty and Staff Separation Checklist

Review this information for recommended steps to take when separating from the University

How to Activate Network Accounts

This will show you how to complete the initial creation of your network account, also known as your NetID.

How to Set Security Questions

Security Questions can be set on Network Accounts through the Network Account Management site.

New Employee Technology Checklist

Review this information for tips and recommendations on using technology on campus as a new employee

Technology Checklist for Students

A checklist of various technology resources available to students after arriving on campus

Update Network Password on a Windows PC

The instructions should be followed to update your network password on a Windows PC. There are different instructions to follow depending on if the PC is University owned or personal.

Update Network Password on macOS (Student and Personal Macs)

Instructions for updating your personal Mac with your new network password after a password change

Update Network Password on macOS (University Macs)

Instructions for using NoMAD to update your network password on your Mac

Wall Street Journal - How to Access

How to access the Wall Street Journal.

What are Volunteer and Contractor Accounts?

Volunteer and contractor accounts are temporary accounts that are created to give computer and/or network resource access to individuals while they are working on campus.

Work Remotely Checklist

Review this information for information and tips on working remotely