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This article describes how to reset your Canvas password.
The following FAQ is intended to address the most common questions received from users whose accounts have been secured because their university credentials were posted publicly.
This article explains what password managers are and what they do.
Students, faculty, and staff may all have the opportunity to travel abroad from their usual locations.  This article provides steps to take before travelling to be sure to maintain access to important resources such as Outlook email, myCourses (Canvas), OneDrive, WebCat, Banner Self-Service, WISE, etc.
This article will provide the URL and credentials for logging into Navigate which is serviced by Teaching and Learning Technologies.
Zoom meetings will have a Waiting Room enabled by default. There are now three options for users regarding Waiting Rooms, this article will outline all three options.
This article will provide Tools and Tips to Zoom meeting hosts to control how participants can interact in the meeting in efforts to prevent unwanted material. ZoomBombing
The article will outline how a user can update a previously scheduled meeting to now require a password.
USNH accounts and passwords are managed through Microsoft's MyAccount and Self-Service Password Reset (SSPR) tools. Visit to change your password, manage your account verification methods and security options, or to claim your account for the first time.  Use the "Forgot my password" or "Can’t access your account?" link to reset your password if you have forgotten it or it no longer works.
This article has instructions for how to update your university issued Apple Mac computer after you set a new password. This applies to all campuses.
Frequently asked questions regarding the MyAccount and Self-Service Password Reset (SSPR) password tools.
This article contains the best practices regarding passwords.
This article includes frequently asked questions about the accounts management system.
This article explains how to add and manage password recovery and MFA verification methods.  We recommend you have at a minimum the Microsoft Authenticator App (for MFA), a cell phone (for MFA and password recovery), and a personal email address (for password recovery).  Use this process to keep your sign-in methods up-to-date as you change devices, phone numbers, email addresses, etc.  Updating your security info will help ensure you are able to access your accounts when you need them.
This article goes through detailed steps for claiming your account if you are new to any of the University System of New Hampshire (USNH) Institutions - Keene State College (KSC), Plymouth State University (PSU), or University of New Hampshire (UNH).