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pgh5a [CS Account Password]
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 ====== CS Account Password ====== ====== CS Account Password ======
  
-You now have only one username and password to log into CS computer systems. ​ There is no longer ​separate ​password for Linux and Windows systems. ​ This account has the same username as your NetBadge account, however ​it has a different password.+You have only one username and password to log into any of the CS computer systems. ​So you use the same username and password to login to your desktop as you do to login to server. ​ The password for Linux and Windows systems ​is the same.  This account has the same username as your NetBadge account. However ​it has a different password, unique to the CS Department. So your NetBadge password will not work on the CS network.
  
 ===== Changing Your Password ===== ===== Changing Your Password =====
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 ==== From the Web ==== ==== From the Web ====
  
-Use our new [[https://​www.cs.virginia.edu/​PasswordReset|Password Reset Page]] to reset your CS account password+Use the [[https://​www.cs.virginia.edu/​PasswordReset|Password Reset Tool]] to reset your CS account password.
  
 ==== From Linux/​Windows ==== ==== From Linux/​Windows ====
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-To log in to a Linux server from Windows, you must first obtain ​an SSH (secure shell) ​client.+To log in to a Linux server from Windows, you must first install ​an SSH (secure shell) ​application and use it in a terminal window.
  
 See this article on [[windows_ssh|Windows SSH clients]] for more information. See this article on [[windows_ssh|Windows SSH clients]] for more information.
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