NetIDs Articles back Search titles Show titles with any search term. See all topics Using Your NetID What Services Does My NetID Give Me Access To? Having a Cornell NetID does not, in and of itself, give you access to information or services. It simply serves as an identifier that can be used to authorize your access to services you are... Can I Get a Second NetID? No. An individual can have only one NetID. If you need a separate email address for a university department or a registered student organization, you may apply for an Exchange Group Account (... If the Security Office Locks Your Account After Detecting It's Compromised If the IT Security Office determines that your password has been compromised, your account will be locked to stop further abuse. You will need to either Contact the IT Service Desk to... IT Services Available with Your Role at Cornell Cornell links which services you can access with the role or relationship that you have with the university. CIT works with the offices of record, sponsors, and service providers to adjust your privileges when your role or relationship changes. What Do I Need My NetID for if I Don't Have a Computer? Even if you use your NetID for nothing else, students need it for Enrollment and Student Center, and faculty and staff need it for Workday. Faculty and staff, as well as affiliates, also need a... What Happens When You Leave: Steps to Take Regarding Specific IT Services If you will no longer have access to certain services in your new role, you may need to take steps to save or transfer files.