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BISD Password Requirements

If you are creating a new password, or resetting your current one, it must contain the following:

 


 

(STAFF) PASSWORDS MUST MEET THE FOLLOWING REQUIREMENTS:

Minimum Password Length: 16 Characters

Password History: Cannot be the same as your previous 5 passwords

 


 

(STUDENT) PASSWORDS MUST MEET THE FOLLOWING REQUIREMENTS:

Minimum Password Length: 8 Characters

 


Remember, after completing the password change process and logging into your computer, you will need to use your new password to log into BISD applications such as Eduphoria, Webmail, Google, Office 365, Compass, Stemscopes.  You will also need to update the password used on mobile devices for Email & WiFi.

  You will be prompted with the following screen:

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Click OK and you will be brought to this screen:

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*For password security, you must use a BISD PC desktop computer or laptop to make the change. Password changes cannot be made via webmail, VPN, on a Apple computer, or a mobile device.

 

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**IMPORTANT FOR MOBILE DEVICES**

 

iPad WiFi & Email

 If you require assistance with rejoining your Apple device to the WiFi upon completion of your password change, please visit the following link:

 

https://bisd.zendesk.com/hc/en-us/articles/204553600--Video-Apple-Reconfigure-your-preferred-Wifi-network

 

For mobile email and other device configuration, please visit:

https://bisd.zendesk.com/hc/en-us/categories/200182224-Project-Innovate-Mobile

 

iPad Airwatch Agent

In order to comply with our iPad security software and have the ability to continue downloading apps on your iPad, you MUST update your password in the Agent app.

Launch the Agent and Logout:

 

 

After you have successfully logged out, please view the following article for instructions on how sign back into the agent:

 

https://bisd.zendesk.com/hc/en-us/articles/208195108

 

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