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June 18, 2009

Remote Access to the School of Nursing Windows Servers




Prerequisites:

Kerberos and Windows Password Synchronization

Before you can remotely access the School of Nursing Windows servers,
you must synchronize your kerberos and Windows Active Directory
passwords. For more information please see the follwing link:

Synchronize your Kerberos Password with Windows Active Directory Password

Internet Connectivity

You must have an active internet connection (preferably DSL or high speed cable modem).


UM Cisco VPN client and Nursing DriveMap utility

To access the School of Nursing Windows Servers remotely you must login with the UM Cisco VPN Client and then run the DriveMap utility to map your network drives. Please see the instructions below on how to download and use both the VPN client and DriveMap utility.

If you have any problems or questions, please contact sn-its at 764-4425 or email us at sn-its@umich.edu.


Download and Install UM VPN Client


Download PDF version of instructions here



Step 1:

http://www.itcom.itcs.umich.edu/vpn/software



Step 2: Click on download link




Step 3: Login with your uniqname and kerberos
password



Step 4: Save UM Cisco VPN client to your desktop

Step 4 (cont.):



Step 5: Start UM VPN client installation



Step 6: Click "Run" if you get security warning:



Step 7: Accept license agreement


Step 8:Click next




Step 9: Click next



Step 10: Follow remaining prompts



Step 11: Installation completed, click "Finish"






Using the UM Cisco VPN Client



Download PDF version of instructions here


Step 1:

Step 2: Double click on "Off Campus" profile

Step 3: Login with uniqname and kerberos password



Downloading and Using the Nursing DriveMap utility


Download PDF version of instructions here

Step 1: Go to download page http://nursing.umich.edu/snits/downloads/

Step 2: Click on the DriveMap utility link

Step 3: Click on save to begin file download

Step 4: Save DriveMap utility to desktop

Step 5: Double click on DriveMap icon to run utility

Step 6:Click "Open" if you are promted by security warning

Step 7: Enter your uniqname

Step 8: Click on the login banner and enter your Windows Active Directory password and click "OK"

Step 9: Click "OK" for each successfully mapped drive

Step 10: Open "My Computer" to view mapped drives"



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June 12, 2009

Change your Novell Password

1) On you Desktop, Right Click on “My Network Places.”
2) Select and Click “Novell Change Password…”
Right Click Network Places



3) Enter your uniqname
4) Enter your Kerberos Password. (To make Novell and Kerberos match.)
5) Click on OK
Change your Password.

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June 09, 2009

Synchronize your Kerberos Password with Windows Active Directory Password

As a part of the transition from Novell to Windows Infrastructure, synchronization of your Windows Active Directory and your Kerberos password is required in order to access your shared drive. Having the passwords synchronized will ensure that when you log into your computer, the shared drives will automatically appear in “My Computer.” The following instructions are to guide you through the process of changing or synchronizing your password.

You may print the guide by using this PDF.

Or watch an instructional video here.



Here are step by step written instructions.
STEP 1. Go to the following website:
https://weblogin.umich.edu

https://weblogin.umich.edu


STEP 2. You may need to authenticate to WebLogin
   • Type your Uniqname.
   • Type in your Kerberos Password.
   • Click on Log In.
Authenticate to Weblogin


STEP 3. At the WebLogin Page:
   • Scroll down to the bottom of the page.
   • Click on “kpasswd: Change Your Kerberos Password.”
      (2nd link from the bottom of the page. See below screenshot.)
Click on Kpasswd


STEP 4. Click on the tab called “Windows Active Directory.” (See below screenshot. Note the ** Red Arrows **)
Click on Windows Active Directory Tab


STEP 5. You must Re-Authenticate to proceed.
   • Type in your Kerberos password.
   • Click on “Re-Authenticate”.
Type your Kerberos Password


STEP 6. When setting your Windows Active Directory Password, please set the password the same as your Kerberos Password.
   • Type in your Kerberos Password.
   • Retype the password again.
   • Click on “Reset Windows Active Directory Password.”
Type your Kerberos Password


Successful? If you were able to use your current Kerberos Password for your Windows Active Directory Password, you are now finished.

Click on KPASSWD

Unsuccessful?If your Kerberos Password was not accepted, you must complete STEPS 7, 8, 9.


STEP 7. Since you were unable to use your Kerberos Password for your Windows Active Directory password you must create a new password.**
An acceptable password should not contain your uniqname, or your name, be at least 7 characters long and must contain three of the following items:
   • A lower case letter.
   • An upper case letter.
   • A number.
   • A non-alphanumeric character.


   • Type in your New Password.
   • Retype your New Password.
   • Click on “Reset Windows Active Directory Password.”
      ** Why Do I need to change my password? (click here for more information)
Password Not accepted


STEP 8. You now need to change your Kerberos password to match your Windows Active Directory Password.

   • Please click on “KPASSWD” tab. (See below screenshot. Note the ** Red Arrows **)Click on KPASSWD


STEP 9. On this page you will set your Kerberos Password to the same as your Windows Active Directory Password.
   • Type your uniqname.
   • Type your Old Kerberos Password. (Same password as Step 2)
   • Type your Windows Active Directory Password. (Same password as Step 7)
   • Retype your Windows Active Directory Password.
   • Click on “Set Kerberos Password."
Change your Kerberos to match your Windows Active Directory.

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