Permissions & Access
From an end-user's perspective, CUWebLogin is how you sign in to Cornell services and Azure authentication is how you sign in to Cornell-provided Microsoft services.
For the technical audience, Shibboleth is the implementation Cornell uses to manage single sign-on.Azure...Read more
Checking the box for any Two-Step Login authentication will cover all further web-based logins for the day.Read more
On July 21, 2017, Identity Management will make a set of changes to the IdM database.Read more
By early August, all nonacademic staff will be required to use the expanded version of Two-Step Login for any service that uses CUWebLoginRead more
Beginning Sunday, April 9, 2017, there will be a change to the phone call authentication method in Two-Step Login. The automated call will ask for a specific numeric key to be pressed.Read more
Two-Step Login adds an extra layer of security to your Cornell NetID and password by requiring:something you know (your NetID and your password), plus something you have (a physical device, like your phone)
This is called...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