When updating Zoom events, use the same program, plugin, or add-in that you used when originally scheduling the event.
When you’re organizing a Zoom session, it’s important to take steps to prevent unwanted attendees and unwanted behavior (“ zoombombing ”). Options include setting passwords, limiting who can enter your meeting, restricting what attendees can do in the meeting, and not publishing meeting links...Read more
In order to ensure strong security on passwords for external users, a Cornell Secure File Transfer password must:be at least 7 characters long include at least 3 of the following 4 kinds of characters: lower case, upper case, numbers, special characters/symbols not be the email address,...Read more
You have the option of organizing the login information for various sites into LastPass Vaults (these appear as a series of nested folders) to make it easier to maintain. Users who save information about many sites will see a larger benefit from this organization. Specifying which vault to use...Read more
You can have LastPass prompt you to log in when you open your browser.
To enable/disable this feature,Click the LastPass icon in your browser's toolbar, then click Preferences . In the left column, click...Read more
Whenever you sign up for a new account on a website or app, you are asked to create a password. A very important security principle is to always use a different password for each account you create. Reusing passwords makes you much less secure and more vulnerable to account compromise....Read more
Staff, faculty, students, affiliates, and Sponsored NetIDs are eligible for accounts.
Alumni and retirees are not eligible.
When you leave Cornell, your account will be converted to a free, personal account. All the site information you have saved will be retained. Of course, credentials you used to access some Cornell services will no longer be valid, so you'll probably want to remove those items from your LastPass...Read more