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Problems accessing myRutgers

UPDATE (Monday, 11/19/2018, 8:29 p.m.): The issues with access to myRutgers have been resolved.

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Monday, 11/19/2018, 7:51 p.m.:
The Office of Information Technology is investigating reports of problems accessing the myRutgers portal. Users may see an error page or a message indicating the website has an expired certificate.

OIT will report back when we have additional details.

We apologize for the inconvenience.

Instructions to fix issues with Rutgers Connect and mobile devices

Microsoft has made changes to the technical infrastructure used by Rutgers Connect (Office 365) to fix the underlying issues with access to Rutgers Connect on mobile devices. These changes by Microsoft may require you to re-establish access to Rutgers Connect on your mobile devices, especially those using iOS (iPads and iPhones).

If you do not currently have access to Rutgers Connect on your mobile devices, please follow these instructions to fix the issue:

Option 1 (enter password when prompted)
If you’re prompted for your Rutgers Connect password, enter your password. This should resolve the issue.

Option 2 (use Comp Portal)
If you are not prompted to enter your password (or if doing so does not solve the issue), follow these steps:
– Open the Company Portal app (Comp Portal) on your device. This is an app allowing for Rutgers Connect access on mobile devices.
– Select Devices and then select the device you want to update.
– Select Check Settings.
– This should re-establish your access to Rutgers Connect.

If you do not have access to Rutgers Connect after following the steps above, please contact your department’s IT staff or reach out to your local Office of Information Technology Help Desk for assistance.

Thank you for your patience with this issue.

Rutgers Connect accounts removed from iOS devices

UPDATE (2:30 p.m., 11/7):

Microsoft has made changes to the technical infrastructure used by Rutgers Connect (Office 365) to fix the underlying issues with access to Rutgers Connect on mobile devices. These changes by Microsoft may require you to re-establish access to Rutgers Connect on your mobile devices, especially those using iOS (iPads and iPhones).

Read the instructions for fixing issues with Rutgers Connect and mobile devices.

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Intermittent issues when accessing Sakai

UPDATE (11 a.m., October 26): The Office of Information Technology is continuing to work on a solution for the intermittent performance issues with Sakai. We will share updates as soon as they become available.

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UPDATE (4 p.m., October 15): The Office of Information Technology has taken additional steps to improve the intermittent issues with Sakai. We will continue to monitor the performance over the next few days and share another update as soon as one is available.

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We are having intermittent performance issues with the Sakai learning management system. The Office of Information Technology is aware of the issue and is dedicating significant resources to resolving this as soon as possible.

Please note while these issues are sporadic, they may prevent students and faculty from accessing the system to submit work, manage courses, or otherwise use Sakai.

We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause. The Office of Information Technology will share updates as they become available.

If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to sakai@rutgers.edu

Planned technology upgrade: some web apps unavailable early AM on October 11

UPDATE (8:00 a.m.): The planned technology upgrades have been completed.

Some Rutgers web applications that require the use of a NetID and password may be unavailable from 5-7 a.m. on Thursday, October 11. During this time period, you may experience intermittent issues, typically for no more than 15 minutes, as technology upgrades occur.

Technology upgrade: services unavailable from 6-8 a.m. on October 7

UPDATE: This technology upgrade has been completed.

A number of Rutgers information technology services and systems will be unavailable on Sunday, October 7, from 6-8 a.m. due to an emergency upgrade. This upgrade is a security database patch that is required to provide reliable and secure IT services.

We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.

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