Login aanvragen

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Request for login

Please send your request to postmaster@@science.ru.nl. For logins for new employees or students, only the department contact may request new logins.

The following data are necessary to create a new login:

  • The full name of the new colleague or student.
  • The U- or S-number.
  • The name of the department.
  • The check date (yyyy-mm-dd). After this date, C&CZ will ask you if the login should be removed or kept for a certain period.
  • Optionally a suggestion for the new login name.
  • Optionally a suggestion for the new mail address (typically name@science.ru.nl).
  • Optionally the printbudget groups the new login must be a member of.
  • Optionally the network share(s) the new login must have access to.
  • Optionally the Unix group(s) (rights) the new login must be a member of.

Initially the new login will have the same password as the requester. This way the requester can login into DHZ (Do It Yourself) for the new colleague or student after which he or she can choose their own password. Usually department contact persons are also the owner of the printbudget and Unix group(s) of the department so they can manage these groups via DHZ.

The password for a (new) U-account can be reset by C&CZ (you need to bring your personel pass or valid ID for identification). To reset the password of their S-accounts students should turn to the Dienst Studentenzaken.

The telephone contact person of a department will register the name, mail address, room, and phone number into RBS and the FNWI online phone directory via https://telmut.science.ru.nl/

Access rights for Oracle and other concern application must be requested from the RU application owner by the department itself.

If a mailbox on the Exchange server (typically name@fnwi.ru.nl) is desired this must be specified in the request as well. C&CZ will coordinate this request towards the ISC.