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The Password Reset Service enables you to change your password through self-service.

Email at UT Dallas is provided by Microsoft Office 365 and is sometimes called “Exchange Online” email. Office 365 email is protected by Duo & modern authentication.

NetID is a network account used to access campus computing resources. The NetID usually begins with your initials followed by numbers (e.g., abc123456). Your NetID is associated with a network password that is used to authenticate for most UT Dallas resources.

Outlook is an application used to access email, calendar, and contacts. Email service at UT Dallas is provided by Microsoft Office 365, and is sometimes called “Exchange Online” email. Office 365 email is protected by Duo & modern authentication.

UT Dallas CourseBook is an advanced tool for obtaining information about classes at The University of Texas at Dallas (UTD).

Confluence is a “wiki” collaborative environment that is broken up into “Spaces.” Each space can have collaboratively edited pages, which in turn can contain various kinds of attachments.

Dedicated labs/centers/groups website hosting.

UT Dallas uses Exchange Online Protection (EOP) for email routing as well as spam filtering. Some limited customizations to email routing rules are available.

UTD provides hosting for personal webpages for all current students, faculty, and staff at UT Dallas.

Request for reimbursement for travel related expenses

Static NAT maps network traffic from a static external IP address to an internal IP address or network.

The GlobalProtect Virtual Private Network (VPN) provides secure access to restricted University data and resources using an off-campus computer through a secured Internet connection. In order to utilize VPN services, you must first be enrolled in Duo.

OIT organizes a variety of other events for the UTD Community.

eCAT (electronic Campus Access Tool) is a system used by departments for requesting access for users. It includes an approval workflow for all requests.

CometNet is a secure wireless network (WPA2-Enterprise) for UT Dallas students, faculty, and staff with an active NetID.

UTD-owned computer hardware diagnostics and repair, including warranty services, are provided by your department's desktop support group. Loaner computers are available for currently enrolled students or faculty with a current instructional assignment.

Campus Fax Lines allow departments to connect a Fax machine to a UTD phone number, enabling them to send and receive faxes.


Duo is the university two-factor authentication method designed to add a second layer of security to your NetID account. Verifying your identity using a second factor, such as your phone or a security key, prevents anyone but you from logging in, even if they know your password.

The UTD Employee Access Management (EAM) policy requires accounts and authorizations to be immediately modified when a user's employment role changes. Several users retain affiliations upon employment termination. Hence, processes are in place to automatically remove assignable enterprise roles, permissions, and authorizations.

Microsoft Teams is a powerful team-based collaboration tool that provides group chat, channeled conversations, instant messaging, live document collaboration, audio or video calls, and meetings (from one-on-ones to fully-featured audio/video conferences).

Email Encryption allows users to send encrypted emails to people inside or outside the organization. To view encrypted messages, recipients will receive a one-time passcode (guests), or UTD students, staff, and faculty can log in with their UTD credentials.

Class Inventory System and Related Sub Tools

Business Process Analysis (BPA) assists in investigating essential business practices and IT processes to spot problems, find solutions and opportunities for improvements.

Administration of Research Tools within the Research Core Facilities