|Monday 27 June 2016||University of Exeter > Identity Management|
Single sign-on - What's New
Single sign-on - What's New
Single sign-on permits access to:
New areas for consideration:
The Forward Schedule of Change (FSC)
The FSC application has been integrated into the University Single Sign On system.
This is a schedule that contains details of all the Changes approved for implementation and their proposed implementation dates. It should be agreed with Customers, Service Level Management, the HelpDesk and Availability Management. Once agreed, the HelpDesk would communicate to the Users any planned or additional downtime arising from implementing the Changes.
A new way to login to library electronic resources
Since Tuesday 4th August 2009, there has been a new way to log into library electronic resources, taking advantage of the University’s new Single sign-on system.
On campus access
If you are on campus (Streatham/St Luke's), and you have already logged into the desktop on your PC (cluster PCs or staff PCs), you won’t require any further logins for a number of resources, including the library’s electronic resources.
So, when logging into library electronic resources either via the Electronic Library (http://as.exeter.ac.uk/elibrary), or via MyExeter (http://my.exeter.ac.uk/), you will already be logged in and will remain so, as long as you keep the browser window open. You shouldn’t be prompted for further logins unless the resource requires a separate username and password.
Off campus access
If you are off campus, or have not already signed into Single Sign On anywhere else on the University site, when you reach the Electronic Library page instead of seeing the usual Electronic Library Login screen and subsequent UoE login boxes, you will be presented with a Single sign-on login screen. Log in using your University of Exeter login name. Once you have logged in, as long as you keep this browser open, you will not require any further logins to access the electronic resources, unless a resource requires a separate username and password, or if the resource is authenticated by IP (in which case you will need to log in using your UoE login).
For further information, please see: http://library.exeter.ac.uk/electronic/access.html#sso. If you have any queries, please contact the IT Helpdesk (email@example.com).
Academic Services, The University of Exeter, Main Library,
Stocker Road, Exeter, Devon, UK EX4 4PT
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