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NetID & Access Management

On April 7, 2017, changes will be made to Identity Management systems to support planned adjustments to Cornell email. The processing of changes to email routing made by individuals in Who I Am may be delayed.Read more

The Electronic Signature service, using Adobe Sign, gives you the ability to send documents and collect signatures electronically for approval. Adobe Sign works within your existing systems and processes, and the e-signatures are secure and legal. You can also digitize existing signing...Read more

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Your NetID , and other login information you use at Cornell, secures a host of services that are available to you as part of the university community. Following some straightforward practices and guidelines will keep your identity, computer, devices, and data...Read more

At Cornell, identity management is provided through a suite of mission-critical services that support secure user access to IT services and systems used by the Cornell community. Secure user access means that there is a high level of assurance that the people accessing the service are who they...Read more

Net-Print is a printing service offered by Cornell Information Technologies. It's a fast, easy, and inexpensive way to print. With Net-Print, you can use any networked computer to send files over the campus network to...Read more

The Cornell Groups Management infrastructure provides a way for Cornell IT administrators and others to manage authorization to network resources via CornellAD Groups.

Some examples of how you might use Groups:

Groups can be used with CUWebAuth to allow only members of a specific...Read more

The NetID is the unique electronic identifier, in which the password permits secure access to non-public Cornell resources and information.

NetIDs are unique and permanent. The same NetID is never reassigned to more than one individual; if you leave the university and return at a later...Read more

The information in this article is intended for technical staff who create, maintain, and support applications that require authentication. Most Cornell faculty, staff, and students do not need this information.

Cornell is a member of the...Read more

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