IdentiKey - Secondary Account Activation

Last Updated: 05/01/2014
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Overview

The following documentation will show how to activate a secondary Identikey account using Identity Manager.

This tutorial is operating system independent.

Step 1

To activate a secondary account, like a group account or conference IdentiKey, the primary account holder must log in to https://cuidm.colorado.edu with their personal CU Login Name and IdentiKey password.

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Step 2

Once logged in, click on the Activate My Secondary Account(s) link from the main menu.

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Step 3

In the next menu, click on the drop-down menu to select the secondary account you want to activate.

Note: list proc accounts (i.e. yourlist@lists.colorado.edu) do not need to be activated, so do not select them.

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Step 4

Read through the policy and check mark the agreement box. Then click on the Continue button.

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Step 5

Next, you will be prompted to answer a set of authentication questions. Select at least three questions to answer. If you ever need to reset the secondary account's IdentiKey password, you will be prompted to answer these questions as part of the authentication process.

Step 6

After you've provided answers to at least three authentication questions, click on the Continue button.

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Step 7

Next, you will be prompted to set a password for the secondary account. Pay close attention to the password requirements on the page. If unsuccessful, you will be asked to try again.

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Step 8

Once you've set a password that meets the requirements, your account will be activated. Click the Continue button. You will be returned to the main menu.

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Step 9

Once activated, you will log in to Identity Manager directly with your secondary account to perform account adjustments.



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