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If it's time to update your password, here are two quick ways to do it!

 
A. Reset your password using Office 365
 
 
Step 1 
 
 
 
      ◊ In the Muskie Central tab click on LC Office 365 Email Login.
 
      ◊ Log in using your current user name and password
                  
 
 
      ◊ On the top row, click the settings icon  (the one shaped like a gear)
                     
 
      ◊ Towards the bottom it will say under My app settings Office 365. Click that and it will take you to a new tab.
 
                  
 
      ◊ On the left click Security & privacy and then click password and enter your old password followed by your new one.
        
 
 

 
Step 2 
 
 
 
       ◊ Provide the old password and create a new one.
 
              Your password reset is complete.

 
              **  You will also use this new password to sign on to on-campus computers.  ** 
 
               Trouble creating your new password?
                      All passwords need to be "complex". That means you will need to make it at least 8 characters long, use 3 of the 4 character 
                      types (upper case{ABC}, lower case {abc}, numbers {123}, or symbols {!@#}). If you type an invalid character, it will alert 
                      you. You will also NOT be able to re-use any of your last 4 passwords. 
 


 
B. Reset your password using Microsoft Azure
 
 
 Step 1 
 
 
 
 
      ◊ Log in using your current user name and password
 
      ◊ Select the Profile tab and click 'Change password'
 

 
Step 2 
 
 
 
       ◊ Provide the old password and create a new one. 
 
              Your password reset is complete.           
      
             **  You will also use this new password to sign on to on-campus computers.  **
 
               Trouble creating your new password?
                      All passwords need to be "complex". That means you will need to make it at least 8 characters long, use 3 of the 4 character 
                      types (upper case{ABC}, lower case {abc}, numbers {123}, or symbols {!@#}). If you type an invalid character, it will alert 
                      you. You will also NOT be able to re-use any of your last 4 passwords.