University of Oregon

Accounts

An account is what gives you access to an online service. Examples include your email and Canvas.

To log into an account, you must provide a username and password. Many but not all services on campus use your Duck ID and password. Briefly, your Duck ID is the part to the left of the @ sign in your email address.

There's a difference between your Duck ID and UO ID number

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  • CAS Application Integration To authenticate against the central CAS installation, the first step is to determine which CAS client you will use. The most comprehensive list can be found here: http://...
  • Announcing Release of New Test Shibboleth Service Attention Shibboleth Users,   We are pleased to announce the release of our new Test Shibboleth service. If you have a development or test...
  • Shibboleth relies on two components to be integrated with your web application. The first is a stand-alone server process that runs in the background (shibd) that will communicate with the Identity...
  • To facilitate onboarding, an Exchange Administrator or Organizational Unit Administrator may request early creation of a DuckID account for new employees with the following affiliations:...
  • Shibboleth Shibboleth provides authentication by redirecting your application login to our central Shibboleth login service where the user authenticates using his or her Duck ID username and password...
  • The UO's Identity and Access Management System includes: The management of a common digital identity and credential, the Duck ID, used for accessing campus services. A system that manages the...
  • Product/Service Details Product Title: Microsoft Exchange Service Category: Messaging Collaboration  Scheduling Summary Description: UO Information Services offers enterprise Microsoft...
  • The information below enumerates access rules for various technology resources that are driven by the Identity Management system. Automated access to specified resources is determined by the primary...
  • Below are the affiliation types identified at the University of Oregon. Eligibility for a Duck ID and access to resources such as email are based on a person's affiliation with the...
  • Contact Information Noreen Hogan Assoc CIO for App & Middlware noreenh@uoregon.edu (541) 346-1727     Jeff Jones Dir Identity...
  • Overview A limited number of Information Services staff (Computing Accounts Administrators and select Technology Service Desk staff) have access to reset Duck ID passwords. In addition, selected...
  • Universal Resource Name (URN) Registry MACE has delegated the operations of urn:mace:uoregon.edu namespace to the University of Oregon (UO). This URN is managed by Information Services (IS) for...
  • Incommon Participant Operating Practices InCommon Participant Operating Practices (PDF)
  • NMI Enterprise Directory Implementation Roadmap The National Science Foundation's Middleware Initiative (NMI for short) has published a well thought out guide to implementing enterprise directory...
  • InCommon Federation http://www.incommon.org/ The University of Oregon joined the InCommon Federation in February, 2010. 
  • Overview Departments sometimes have a need to provide computing services to individuals who are not formally affiliated with the University but are involved in university related activities....
  • Account Management Coming soon!
  • Shibboleth Access Request Form To request application access to Shibboleth, please fill out and submit the following form:
  • This document describes the actions that need to be performed by UO Shibboleth Server Provider (SP) administrators to direct their SPs at the new Test Shibboleth Identity Provider (IdP). Overview:...
  • Announcing Release of New Test CAS Service Attention CAS Users,   We are pleased to announce the release of our new Test CAS service. If you have a development or test system currently...
  •   For text directions, see How to Change Your Duck ID Password.   For more information regarding your Duck ID, see UO Accounts: Duck ID and UO ID Number.   For help, contact the...
  • Summary This document provides directions for logging in to the Research.gov website using your Duck ID and password. Requirements For this process, you will need all of the following: UO faculty...
  • Quick-start checklist Claim your Duck ID If you haven't already claimed your Duck ID, this step is critical! You'll use your Duck ID for email, wireless, Canvas, and other UO online services...
  • LDAP Directory Schema Person Schema: Object class Attribute description # Values Use eduPerson (auxiliary) eduPersonAffiliation faculty, staff, student,employee,...
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