Make sure you are pointing to an AD domain name with active/standby load balancing or to the primary node. Or there could be CNF conflict groups in AD created.
Grouper simplifies access management by letting you use the same group or role in many places in your organization. Grouper is used in the Uncommon Trusted Access Platform architecture to manage attribute/role-based authorization services and group memberships in an auditable way based on institutional data from systems of record.
You can set up groups, roles, and permissions for many purposes, such as populating and administering standing committees, ad hoc research teams, departments, or classes. Gives you a single point of control Once a person is added or removed from a group, the group-related privileges are automatically updated in all of your collaborative applications.
Grouper enables efficient management of the membership roster at a single point. A researcher to enable members to participate in an email list or view a website.
The first thing a user will need to do is log into their PennO365 account on the website or client software. Important note: When logging into a PennO365 account on a Windows system, be sure that the domain selected is Penn .edu”.
Upon logging in with a PennO365 login and password, Two-Step-supported clients or web browsers will display a window similar to the following image: Options on this page will differ based on the selection from the “Device:” drop-down menu.
Enter a Passcode from a text message, one-time-use code, authenticator app, or a Safe ID fob. Important note: Clicking the “remember me” checkbox works per client, not per device.
A user with both Microsoft Office and Skype for Business on their device will need to use Two-Step verification to log into each program separately. ISC has created an application that allows you to enroll your PennO365 account in Two-Step Verification.
The Duo Mobile app is strongly recommended for the best user experience. After you have successfully signed in you will be prompted to initiate, or generate, a Two-Step Verification code.
Any user added to a group indicated above but not enrolled in Penn Two-Step Verification will be unable to log into their PennO365 account! Navigate to Root > Penn > ISC > AIT > apps > O365 > twostepProd > o365schoolsCenters Select your school or center’s group (e.g. o365twoStepIsc for ISC) and add the user(s) you wish to enable for PennO365 with two-step verification to that group.
Important Note: After a user is added or removed from a PennO365 Two-Step group, it can take up to an hour before the change will take effect. During or immediately after this transition time, existing O365 clients (Outlook, Skype for Business, Teams, etc) may exhibit unpredictable behavior if the user has already logged in.
If unusual client behavior persists, rebooting the affected device entirely may also help. Upenn .edu Navigate to Root > Penn > ISC > AIT > apps > O365 > twostepProd > o365schoolsCenters Select your school or center’s group Use the “Remove selected members” or “Revoke Membership” option to remove the user.
By setting up Two-Step Verification, you add an extra layer of security to your PennO365 account. You can enroll in Two-Step Verification for PennO65 by going to the link sent to you from your computing support organization.
ISC recommends using the Duo Mobile app on your iOS or Android smartphone to receive push notifications or generate single-use verification codes. SMS messages, automated phone calls, and codes generated by a Safe ID keychain are also supported.
When you log into Outlook for the first time after enrolling, you will be prompted for a Two-Step Verification code. Once you have set up Two-Step Verification for PennO365, you will leave it on so that it can protect your account, whether you are home, on campus, or traveling.
You should not use the “Remember me for 30 days” checkbox with any device that is shared with anyone else, and you should sign out of the application or browser when finished. To fully protect your email using Two-Step Verification, it is recommended only to use the Outlook client on each device.
If I use the web portal when traveling, will the next person who uses the machine have access to my account? To make sure no one has access to your account, please use the following steps: When using a shared device, do not check “Remember me for 30 days” and be sure to sign out of your Outlook when finished.
When you use a new device or browser for the first time, expect a verification prompt. If you are using a device or computer that is used only by yourself, check “Remember me for 30 days” to decrease the number of Two-Step Verification prompts you may receive.
Park Butte (North Cascades, Mount Baker Area) 7.5 miles, round trip. It is a great place for a day hike, or backpack in and spend the night here.
Along with panoramic views of Mount Baker and the North Cascade range, the route up to Park Butte offers campsites, wildflower filled meadows, waterfalls, and a variety of mushroom species! Kendall Catwalk (Central Cascades, Snoqualmie Pass.
The beautiful trail includes old-growth forest, wildflowers, and stunning panoramic views of the Alpine Lakes Wilderness. Olympic Peninsula (Various areas around the coast, up to 37.0 miles round trip.
The Olympic Peninsula in Washington is home to the How rainforest, with huge trees, cascading moss, herds of elk, and the Olympic Mountains rising above it all. In between the land sits a broad river valley filled with salmon migrating upriver throughout the year to spawn (several species including Chinook, Coho, Sockeye, Chum, etc.
Gothic Basin (North Cascades, Mountain Loop Highway). This is one of the most challenging hikes listed, a true thrill for backpackers and day hikers alike.
While it may look like an easy hike from the moderately rated elevation gain and length, it is anything but. Be sure you are camping/set up camp on an established site or study surface such as rock or dirt, and avoid camping in meadows or grasses as this can damage the ecosystem.