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Permissions & Access

For end-users, Azure Authentication lets you sign in to Cornell-related Microsoft services, and CUWebLogin lets you sign in to other Cornell services.

For the technical audience, Shibboleth is the implementation Cornell uses to manage Single Sign-On....Read more

CU Print is available in many high-use campus areas , including CU Library locations, residence halls, and Community Centers. Each student has an annual $15 print allocation that can be used now on CU Print printers...Read more
Cornell will be discontinuing Duo Mobile Passcodes as an authentication method for employees (including faculty) on Tuesday, December 6, 2022, and for students on Tuesday, January 3, 2023. Plan to use a different authentication method going forward. Two-Factor Authentication

Two-Step Login adds...Read more

CUWebLogin allows you to access restricted web pages. It does this by presenting you with a secure web form that asks you for your NetID , GuestID , or...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 a unique electronic identifier in which the password permits secure access to non-public Cornell resources and information. Types of NetIDs include roles such as student, faculty, staff, and alumni.

NetIDs are unique and permanent. The same NetID is never reassigned to...Read more