[This article is also available through www.utwente.nl/password.]
The password for the login account will expire once a year for security reasons. This means that you must change the password. This is only possible via the self service portal (at the right bottom of the web page). An email is sent several times in advance with a reminder about the expiry of the password. The password can also be changed at the Servicedesk ICT, however identification is mandatory.
The login account password must be changed via the self service portal (at the right bottom of the web page).
The password for employees must be changed via the LISA Self Service Portal (at the right bottom of the web page). This same password can therefore be used for all standard UT services.
Click here for the summary of where the password is changed or where a new password must be entered and which account is required for this.
The password for a UT workstation cannot be changed via ('Ctrl-Alt-Del') or via Outlook Web Access ('xs.utwente.nl').
If you do not remember your password, you can change them yourself through LISA Self Service Portal (at the right bottom of the web page). However this is only possible if you have registered a private e-mail address before you forget it, an e-mail will be sent to your private e-mail address. You can check this and or modify this if required through https://webapps.utwente.nl/adreswijziging.
The password for students must be changed via the LISA Self Service Portal (at the right bottom of the web page). The same password can therefore be used for all standard UT services.
If you do not remember your password, you can change them yourself through LISA Self Service Portal. An e-mail will be sent to your private e-mail address. This private e-mail address is registered in Studielink.
Third parties and guests (externals)
People who are not a member of staff or student (third parties or guests) sometimes need access to UT ICT services.
A password must have a length of at least 10 and at most 64 characters. It cannot be the same as one of your three previous passwords, nor can it contain three or more successive characters that are also part of your username in that same order. Furthermore, the password must:
- Contain at least 1 lowercase letter from the a-z range.
- Contain at least 1 uppercase letter from the A-Z range.
- Contain at least 1 digit from the 0-9 range.
You can use punctuation marks as part of your password, but you can only use those symbols that can be entered directly or by using the SHIFT key on a standard QWERTY keyboard. Be careful when using different keyboards on which certain punctuation marks in combination with letters generate diacritical marks such as an umlaut, a diaeresis or an accent grave. Those symbols cannot be part of your password.
You require the login account to log into the domain computer, email, eduroam and VPN access and various UT web applications.
After a password change, always log out and back in again. The changed password must also be re-entered and stored on all other devices such as mobile phone, iPad, etc.
IMPORTANT for domain notebooks:
When using a domain notebook you must be at the UT and the notebook must be connected to the UT network with a network cable (optionally via a docking station) when changing the password.
In this way, your new password is synchronized with both the central ICT facilities and locally with your notebook. After changing the password, you can log into your notebook with the new password, also when the notebook is subsequently used with a wireless connection and/or you work outside the UT.
If you are not connected to the UT network when you change a password, your local password on the notebook is not changed. You can then still log on to the notebook with your old password, but central ICT facilities such as email/Outlook, etc. only work with the new password. When the notebook is connected to the UT network with a network cable at the UT, the new password will also be synchronized with the notebook.
For support, please use the self service page and the manuals.
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