Monitors, keyboard, and mouse not working? Unplug your laptop from the dock, then unplug the power from the dock itself. Wait five minutes and then plug them in in reverse order.

How to change your password when you are off campus.

 

If you do not have VPN access, you can still change your password via the Password Reset Website as long as you have set up password self-service reset on your account. After you change your password, you may be prompted to sign in to various applications such as Outlook or Teams with your new password. Please remember to enter the new password into accounts on your mobile device as well.

 

Please note: you will still need to continue logging into your laptop with your old password until you return to campus so it can sync up to the network, but at least your password and access to data will not expire.

 

Sync Culver Owned computer password when working remotely with VPN

 

If you are working remotely with a Culver owned computer via VPN, you will need to “sync” your password once you change it via the Password Reset Website. By following this process your new password will be “synced” allowing you to log in to your Culver PC with your new password.

 

1.    Log in to your Culver computer using your old password

 

2.    Connect to the CulverVPN using your new password

 

3.    While connected to the VPN, lock the Culver owned computer by simultaneously pressing the Windows and L keys

 

 


 

4.    Log back in to the Culver owned laptop or PC using your new password

 

5.    Reboot the computer

 

You should now be able to log in to the Culver owned computer using your new password.

 

Please note: You may be prompted to sign in to various applications such as Outlook or Teams. Please do so using your new password. Please remember to enter the new password into accounts on your mobile device as well.

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