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    • Authentication GuestIDs are stored in CornellAD and all supported methods, such as NTLM v.20 and Kerberos, can be used to authenticate against CornellAD. Authorization By...
    • Guests of the university who are issued GuestIDs are required to agree to an acceptable-use policy. Cornell employees who administer GuestIDs are required to do so in accordance with university policy.
    • Password Change or Forgotten Password Guests can change their GuestID password, or recover a lost password.  Forgotten passwords may also be reset by contacting the...
    • GuestID Identifier GuestIDs use the following format convention: gid-lastnamefirstinitialmiddleinitial Examples: gid-nelsonwh gid-schmertzpq If a...
    • Reporting It is possible to compile statistics and information on GuestIDs and their associated authorizations from the GuestID System. Access to the reporting capabilities of the GuestID...
    • Different types of electronic IDs are used at Cornell to meet the needs and requirements of different groups and situations. Three that are commonly used are NetID, Sponsored NetID, and GuestID....