Knowledgebase : Accounts, Access, and Passwords > Authentication
1. To change your myPlymouth password, click on the CHANGE PASSWORD link on the upper lefthand side of myPlymouth. Alternatively, go to http://go.plymouth.edu/password [http://go.plymouth.edu/password] 2. Fill out the requested information on the Cha...
Your PSU Password provides single sign-on access to many electronic services. After changing your password in myPlymouth, you should use the checklist below to insure that all your electronic resources are properly synced with the new password. THE STEP...
MANAGING YOUR SMARTAUTH PROFILE   On the SmartAuth Profile page (https://smartauth.usnh.edu/secureauth36 [https://smartauth.usnh.edu/secureauth36]), you can perform the following actions:   * Enable multi-factor authentication for your user accou...
Passwords are an important aspect of computer security. They are the front line of protection for your user accounts. A poorly chosen password may result in the compromise of Plymouth State University’s system resources. As such, all members of the Plymou...
If you forget your myPlymouth password, you can reset it by creating a new password. On the myPlymouth log in page, you can reset your myPlymouth password with an alternative email account. Your alternative email account will receive an email with a link ...
OVERVIEW SmartAuth is a multi-factor authentication (MFA) system used to protect your accounts.  SmartAuth is used to verify the identity of users attempting to access certain resources.  The first service to use SmartAuth will be WISE.  Banking, financi...
HOW PSU USES ALTERNATE EMAIL ACCOUNTS FOR PASSWORD RESETS Your myPlymouth username and password gives you access to use a broad selection of resources at PSU. In our ongoing efforts to limit the use of sensitive information we have developed a new mechan...
SMARTAUTH - USNH MULTI-FACTOR AUTHENTICATION SERVICE Adding an extra layer to protect your sensitive information SmartAuth is a multi-factor authentication service provided to University System of New Hampshire (USNH) - Granite State College, Keene Stat...
* CHANGING YOUR MYPLYMOUTH PASSWORD WILL CAUSE YOUR MAC PASSWORD TO BECOME OUT OF SYNC. THE FOLLOWING PROCEDURE SHOULD BE DONE AFTER A MYPLYMOUTH PASSWORD CHANGE IF YOU ARE A MAC USER. BEST PRACTICE IS TO CHANGE YOUR PASSWORD AND FOLLOW THIS PROCEDURE W...