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NetID+ is the University of Arizona's two-factor authentication (2FA) solution. 2FA adds an extra layer of security to your accounts by requiring:
- Something you know (e.g., username and password)
- Something you have (e.g., second passcode, mobile device, etc.)
NetID+ is required to access:
- Virtual Private Network
- Office 365 (and UAConnect365 email/calendaring and Skype)
- High Performance Computing
- High Throughput Computing
- Some UAccess Systems (e.g., Analytics, Learning, Employee Direct Deposit, Space)
Some University online services will require 2FA if you have enrolled in NetID+ but it is not a requirement for those not enrolled, e.g., Box@UA, or Outlook Web Application.
If you enrolled in NetID+ Global, you will need to use 2FA for all WebAuth logins.
Any time you log in with NetID+, you will have the option click the checkbox to remember your NetID+ login for 30 days. This means that you will not need to go through the 2FA process for WebAuth logins on that computer with that browser for the next 30 days.
Current UA faculty, staff, and students, and retirees.
Note: NetID+ is required in order to access campus VPNs, Confluence, High Performance Computing, and some UAccess central systems when logging in from off-campus.
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How Does NetID+ Work?
After you sign up for NetID+, you will complete the first authentication step by entering your UA NetID and password on the UA WebAuth page as you normally do. You can complete the second step in a variety of ways depending on your preferences and the methods available to you. These methods include: