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Lost Password

The following instructions explain the proper procedures for changing your passwords on the administrative network

The first thing to determine is which password(s) that you have forgotten/lost:

    * If you are logging into the HP3000 via SESSIONS, then you need to contact your programmer (see below).
    * Otherwise you must be logging in via Windows 2000. If you forget your password,  you must call ITC and have us set up a new temporary password. 835-5700


Please contact:

Rose Marie Murray     rmmurray@admin.nmt.edu     835-5962

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