Additional Login Step for non-NetID Users of SIS
Posted: 08:48:11, Monday, Jul 24, 2017 Expiration: 08:48:11, Monday, Jul 31, 2017
SIS users who have a non-NetID username may need to authenticate using their NetID username and password. This change may also require an update of saved SIS login links.
Since the NetID change went live this weekend, we’ve had some users report issues accessing SIS.
clearing cache and cookies on a browser enables the download of the latest version of a website's information
(See the kb article on Clearing Browser Cache and Cookies )
- people using a bookmark should update it using the URL from a working link
An login step has been added to the login procedure for SIS users with a non-NetiD username. They will now be prompted for their NetID and password. If they have already authenticated for their NetiD credentials, they will not be prompted as long as their session is active.
People who use a bookmarked link to SIS may need to update it.
Updated SIS Login Knowledgebase Document
SIS - Connecting to the Production System https://kb.wisc.edu/helpdesk/page.php?id=1612
Email notification sent on 07/19/2017
From: ERP Security Sent: Wednesday, July 19, 2017 8:40 AM To: ERP Security Subject: SIS Log In Change for ‘Student Employee & Special Purpose Access’
Beginning Sunday, July 23rd, SIS users who log in using the “Student Employee and Special Purpose Access” may notice a change. This change is being implemented to improve SIS security.
If you have not recently authenticated with your NetID credentials, after selecting the Student Employee and Special Purpose Access link, the NetID login page will appear prior to the SIS Login page.
This change only impacts users who use the Student Employee and Special Purpose Access link circled below.
Student Employee and Special Purpose Access Log in Steps:
Select Student Employee and Special Purpose Access
If you have not recently netid authenticated, you will see the NetID login page.
Login with NetID and password.
On the SIS Login page, login using the same credentials you have used previously.
This change will not impact users who currently use the NetID Access link to log in to SIS.
If you have questions or concerns about this change, please send an email to email@example.com.
-- Various Sources
Created: 18:02:47, Sunday, Jul 23, 2017 (by Chris M.)
Updated: 10:00:57, Monday, Jul 24, 2017 (by Chris M.)