NetID password managementOnline NetID password management is available to all University faculty, staff, and students by logging into Login.umt.edu. Features include:
- Establishing the NetID password security question/answer
- Changing the NetID password (must change at least every 365 days)
- Resetting the NetID password (if a password is forgotten or expired)
Establishing the NetID password security question/answer
Changing and/or resetting the NetID password online requires verification of the user's identity. This process is accomplished by the use of a security question. Users must select and answer a security question through login.umt.edu. The online password reset feature is available after this action has been completed. Otherwise password resets are initiated at IT Central in Social Science 120. Users will be asked to provide a valid University ID card for identification purposes. Please note that after three attempts to login, NetID accounts becomes disabled for 15 minutes.
Changing the NetID password
Users may change their passwords online at login.umt.edu. This should be done at least every 365 days as passwords will expire for security purposes. As an additional security measure, users should create complex passwords including a combination of alpha, numeric and symbolic characters (minimum of six characters).
Resetting the NetID password
When users forget their passwords or their passwords have expired, they will no longer be able to login to NetID-accessible services until the passwords are reset. If they have established online password credentials, the online password reset feature is available to them. Users may reset their passwords at login.umt.edu.
New change for adjunct faculty members
By Provost approval, Information Technology has implemented a change for adjunct faculty. Previously their electronic resources (Moodle, remote library resources, email, wireless, VPN) would expire the day after the end of each semester. This window of access will now be available for two additional weeks. This will allow adjuncts to post grades, finalize assignments, etc. for a longer period of time.