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Indiana Wesleyan University Support Knowledge Base

Two-Factor Authentication and Password Reset

Overview

How to setup, change, and use self service password recovery (SSPR) and two factor authentication (2FA) at IWU. Password recovery is used if you ever forget your IWU Password, or if you just want to change your IWU Password. Two factor authentication is used to help keep you, your data, and the IWU community safe and secure

Password Recovery / Forgotten Password

Self-service password reset/recovery tools at IWU allow you to securely change your password or recover your password should you ever forget your login information. Password Recovery and setup can begin at https://password.indwes.edu. The same items you configure for password recovery, will also be used for two-factor authentication at IWU.

Students Employees

Students can learn about how to setup and utilize password recovery at IWU via the documentation listed below. Note: Students utilize the same system for both password resets and two factor authentication.

Note:
It is important to note that, for students, the recovery options MUST first be set before being able to use the password reset option.

Employees can learn about performing a password reset or change at IWU via the documentation below.

Two Factor Authentication (2FA)

Documentation for Two-Factor Authentication (2FA) and Password Recovery options differ if you're a student or an employee. Use the table below to learn more about 2FA as a student and as an employee at IWU.

Students Employees

Students can learn about setting up and using two-factor authentication at IWU via the documentation below. Note: Students utilize the same system for both Password resets and two-factor authentication.

Note:
Beginning May 4th, 2022 two-factor authentication will be required for students accessing Office365 and its services (Email, Office, etc.)

 

Employees can learn about two factor authentication that is specific to employees of IWU via the documentation below.

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