As you may have heard, the one-step method of logging into many IU accounts will be ending on January 3, 2017, and nobody will be able to login in that old manner any more. Notice, of course, that this might present a problem to anyone away from campus over the semester break–so the time to prepare for the two-step system is now.
At the end of the Friday, November 18 Senate meeting, a full staff of IT folks will be available to help anyone make the transition to the new Duo system. IF you wish, you can work with them immediately after the meeting to carry out this registration. Or you can probably go through the steps on your own in your office, too, using this website as a starting point.
To complete the Duo registration, whether in your office or at the end of the Senate meeting, you need to have handy:
- Your cell phone or tablet, OR
- Your token of the kind IU people have been using for the last year or two.
You can also go through the steps with an IT person about this at the Support Center in the north wing of Wiekamp Hall, room 1245.
You’ll set up one or more of these options for login:
- Regular username/password plus Duo app on your phone or tablet.
- Regular username/password plus a very fast phone call to your phone.
- Regular username/password plus your token.
Troubleshooting is available in at the Support Center, DW 1245, Mondays throughThursdays 8:00 am to 7:30 pm, Fridays 8:00 am to 5:00 pm. Or call 574-520-5555 (forwards to Bloomington after hours).