How to collect your UIS computing accounts: your username (CRSid) and initial password, and your Cambridge email address.
General information about your University-provided computing accounts, acceptable use policy for IT services, and the University's software policy.
Your Cambridge CRSid (Common Registration Scheme identifier) is a unique username issued by University Information Services (UIS). It is used to identify an individual on any online system managed by UIS, including Raven, Hermes and Desktop Services.
An overview of your UIS Password: how to get one, what it does, how to change it and what to do if your account is compromised.
Advice on how to choose a strong, yet memorable, password.
How to reset your UIS Password, or your individual passwords for Raven, Hermes, Desktop Services (including the Managed Cluster Service (MCS)).
A Password Reset Token is a single-use, time-limited code that is issued to an individual to allow them to reset their UIS Password (or individual passwords for Raven, Hermes or Desktop Services) using the UIS Password Management Application.
To reset your UIS Password (or individual Raven, Hermes or Desktop Services passwords) you will need a Password Reset Token from your local computer officer, or the UIS Service Desk.