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Why can't I login to a computer on campus?

Last Updated: Jan 04, 2016  |  83 Views

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You will need your NetID and password to log in to any computer on campus or to access any library resources from off campus. Your NetID can be found on your student ID card. Your password is the same password used for your student e-mail, D2L/Brightspace and Owl Express.

Activate your Net ID.  You must go to https://netid.kennesaw.edu to activate your NetID. The ability to set up your password and NetID is available 24-48 hours after you have been fully admitted to the university.

Test your NetID and password. Go to https://netid.kennesaw.edu. Login with your NetID and password. If you are successful, you will be logged in to the NetID Services page. For support, troubleshooting or details you need to contact University Information Technology Services (UITS) at 470-578-3555, by e-mail at studenthelpdesk@kennesaw.edu, or in person at the Kennesaw Campus Technology Annex (Building #361)  or Marietta Campus Lower Level H Building.

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