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Compromised Accounts

and confirm a new password that synchronizes with both BU and BMail accounts. Once you regain access, we recommend the following to secure the Bmail account: Log in to your Bmail account's

Computer Labs

Information Technology Services provides computer labs for students, faculty and staff. ... locations in which to work. All computers in the labs  require your Binghamton Username and Password to log in. Once you've logged in, you will be able to connect to your network storage accounts

Purchasing Computers with University Funds

This article covers how to purchase a computer with University funds. ... computer ... Overview This article covers how to purchase a computer with University funds.  Ordering Dell Computers To access the standard Dell configurations and place an order you will need to

Mapping your UShare (ushares.bu.binghamton.edu) on Windows OS or Mac OS

: Enter your BU username, for example: baxterbearcat1 Type in your BU account password, it will be hidden. Click 'Connect'. SCREENSHOT to be ADDED STEP 4: Completion: Your UShare

2FA - Setting up the Step Two App (Mac Computers Only)

 https://steptwo.app/ to download the desktop application Open Step Two Click the Plus (+) arrow in the top-right corner Click Set up Account Manually Go to https

How to map Faculty or Staff network drives on Windows (H Drive, S Drive, or Encrypted Research Storage)

to "This PC" (Desktop App) Select the Computer tab, then select the icon for Map Network Drive In the Map Network Drive window: Select Drive: H, or S. For your H drive, or personal

How to access Zoom

Ways to access your Binghamton Zoom Account ... ://binghamton.zoom.us and logging in with your BU credentials.   Zoom Client You can also log into your Binghamton University Zoom account through the Zoom Client. Launch the Zoom Client  on your

Connecting smart TVs, game consoles, smart speakers, streaming media devices, etc. to the network

 eduroam to connect. Clients can log into MyDevices using their Binghamton University Computer Account (BU) user id and password. To register a device click on the Add Button. Next enter

How to Reset Your Binghamton University Password(s)

will display the results of the password reset. Only the systems applicable to your role with the University will indicate "Success". Faculty, staff and students should see BU and Google account success

OneDrive - Download OneDrive Data

Instructions for downloading folders and files from a Binghamton University Microsoft OneDrive account. ... Overview This article provides instructions for a Binghamton University (BU) individual to download folders or files that they've saved to a BU Microsoft OneDrive account. This is useful if you'd

Make Me Admin

Overview As part of the continual improvement of our campus data security, campus users will run as a standard user on campus computers.  Running as a standard user is a layer of protection to

Zoom: Sign in with email address

Overview Most accounts access Zoom by signing in with Single Sign On (SSO). This uses our Central Authentication Service (CAS) and requires a BU domain account and 2-Factor Authentication

Single Sign-On (SSO)

ITS single sign-on (SSO) allows us to log on to multiple websites with a Binghamton University account. ... the central authentication service (CAS) SSO system. This allows BU account holders the ability to use one set of credentials to log in to websites such as the myBinghamton portal, Brightspace, Zoom

How do I find my B number?

Overview A B-Number is the primary identification number for faculty, staff and students at Binghamton University. How do I find my B number You can find your B number by logging into Bu

VPN - Install/Upgrade Ivanti Secure Access (Formerly Pulse Secure) and Connect to the VPN

" file for most people).   NOTE: The vast majority of computers manufactured after 2012 are 64-bit, but if you run into any errors later on that mention 32-bit or "ARM," then come back to this step