Available To: Faculty, Staff, Students
A password lockout is a problem that occurs when a user changes their NAU password online without changing it on all of their devices. If a device is active and continually tries to log on to any of NAU's services using the users old password it will cause that users account to become locked. The different services that could cause a user’s account to be locked out include the NAU wireless network, NAU VPN, Outlook, and other various email clients. With many different devices in existence that store these passwords, it is becoming easier to get locked out of the NAU system. To prevent password lockouts, it is important that you change your password on each of your devices; these instruction sets will help you accomplish the task of changing your password in multiple locations.
Those attending or affiliated with NAU receive an NAU ID and a password to access online recources and applications.
Training & Documentation
How to change your NAU password in Outlook 2010 and 2011.
How to change your wireless and VPN passwords on an Android device.
How to change yourwireless and VPN passwords on an iOS device.
How to change your NAU log-on, wireless, and VPN passwords on any Mac based machine.
How to change your NAU log-on, wireless, and VPN passwords on a Windows 7 machine.
How to change your NAU log-on, wireless, and VPN passwords on a Windows 8 machine.
How to change your NAU log-on, wireless, and VPN passwords on a Windows XP machine.