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Handling Compromised Accounts

  When clients call and a tech determines one of their UConn accounts has been compromised, the tech should follow the following 3 steps regardless of the initial compromised account: secure their NetID, secure their email accounts, and discuss account security. IMPORTANT: Regarding compromised student accounts where the users have sent out tons of spam:  […]

Changing / Resetting a Google Password

Undergraduate and graduate students have access to UConn G Suite, including email. Staff and Faculty have access to all of the Apps except Gmail, but must create a faculty account following the instructions here. 1. Navigate to 2. Login with Your NetID and NetID Password. You will authenticate with your NetID credentials to reset […]

Setting up your UConn Google Account

For help using G Suite, please see Using G Suite for Education. Changing / Resetting a G Suite Password Student G Suite Account Setup – for Students or Faculty/Staff Setting Up G Suite on Mail Clients Before setting up G Suite with your preferred mail client, you must first configure your POP/IMAP settings within Gmail. Apple […]

Using and Setting Up Skype for Business

Students, student workers, and all faculty and staff who have an Office365 account should be able to log in to Skype for Business.  Skype can be accessed through the desktop application or the Office365 online portal. Features of Skype for Business include instant messaging, audio calling, video conferencing, emailing, and scheduling meetings. Office365’s webpage gives […]

Using G Suite

G Suite Services are available to all UConn  students, staff, and faculty. Note: The University has a strict policy against the use of Google Drive for storage of any university research documents. Further explanation of this policy can be found here. UConn G Suite Main Webpage Students have access to Core Services by default (including Gmail) […]


IT Security NewsDeprecation of Windows 7 October 11, 2019The proper maintenance and applications of patches, hot fixes, and other after the fact code revisions is important in maintaining a proper level of security and the protection of university data and systems. Unfortunately, as software continues to become more complex, the identification of software vulnerabilities expands […]