Did you know that your network password expires every 180 days? Did you
know that you can check the age of your network password in MyIUP? It is
important to know this information, as this password is used for MyIUP,
connecting to IUP network resources, Moodle, and D2L.
To check the age of your network password, sign in to MyIUP and click on the
Personal Info link. In the top right corner, the age of your password
will display. If it is close to 180 days, consider changing it before
it expires. On the same page that displays the age of your password,
there is a link for Password reset options. Click this and follow the
prompts to change your password.
IUP also has a password reset service called iaccounts. You can also
use this service to change your password. If you password is not
expired, you can change your password here, just like changing your
password via MyIUP.
With iaccounts, you can also reset your network password if it is expired, or
you have forgotten what your password is. This feature does require a
preregistration of your cell phone before you can use it the first time.
If your password is current, you can register or edit your cell phone
number at iaccounts. Click on the last link on the page, log in with
your username and network password to add a cell phone, view your
registered cell phone, or edit the cell phone you have previously
Registering your cell phone is optional and is not required. You can
change your password any time via MyIUP or iaccounts anytime before your
password is expired. However, if your password is expired, and you
have not registered your cell phone to use with iaccounts, you will need
to send e-mail to email@example.com for assistance. Please send this from your IUP e-mail account.
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