One User ID, One Password, All of Your Technology

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OneID Account Lookup

Information Technology Services is introducing a streamlined technology to allow you to use a single User ID and Password to access University services such as Email, wireless, Blackboard, etc. OneID will also provide employees and students with the ability to login to a single website to change your password or recover your account should you forget your password. 

Students, faculty, and staff are able to go to http://oneid.ncat.edu to register security questions for their OneID Accounts.  You may change your password at the Windows login prompt as usual, or you can go to the OneID website to change your password.

 

Registering Your Account

Click Here to access the OneID account registration page. Here you will login using your current ID and password. Once logged in, you will be presented with different security questions, answer 3 of them and you are done, your account is registered. You now have the ability to reset your password and recover your account should you ever forget your password. If you do not know your OneID, click here to look it up. 

Resetting Your Password

There are several different ways that you can reset your password. Click Here to access the self-service password website.  You must register your account before you can use the self-service password reset feature. 
Passwords should be complex, something that could not be easily guessed by another person, and change regularly. The OneID system will prompt you to change your password at least every 90 days for employees. Student users will have to change their password when they register their account. Below are guidelines that you can follow to create your password:

Password cannot be recycled, they can only be used once

Passwords must be changed at least every 90 days

Password must contain at least 8 characters

Password must contain at least 3 of the following: 

Upper Case

Lower Case

Numbers (0-9)

Symbols

Unicode

When you reset your password be sure to assess any computer or mobile device that you have configured with your OneID and password. If you have Outlook or another application where your password is "remembered" you will need to make sure that you change the password or remove the automatic logon (un-select the “remember my password”) option. If you do not modify these configurations the devices could exceed failed logon attempts that will result in your account being locked.

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