Training & Instruction

The Office of Human Resource Services offers a list of training opportunities for Identity Coordinators, DSAs and Application Security workers. myUFL Toolkits provide key resources you need to learn and use the myUFL system–the university’s term for our business applications system, which includes PeopleSoft functionality.

The Instructions guides listed below offer step-by-step directions on performing a variety of tasks.

Access Request System Approver Guide

Approving roles in the Access Request System (ARS) is simple. Ensuring that the just the right people have just the right access requires more thought. Please review all of the materials in the Resources section after the following the “How-To” steps, especially the Segregation of Duties and Role Checklist for the roles you approve.
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Accounts for Visitors and Guests

The UFVISITOR wireless network connection enables anyone to easily access WiFi on campus without establishing a GatorLink account. You should evaluate the need to create a guest account in your area vesus using the vistor wireless network. Guest account still will pertain for some needs within UF.
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Identity Communications

These emails are sent out to DSAs and Identity Coordinators to keep them aware of their respective responsibilities. The included table provides the UFID, Condition, Name, eduPersonPrincipalName (similar to GLID), and […]
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Entering Location/Street Addresses

Use this instruction guide to update your UF Location/Street Address in myUFL for viewing in the UF Identity Registry. (Update My Directory Profile)
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Entering Mailing Address

Use this instruction guide to update your UF Mailing Address in myUFL for viewing in the UF Identity Registry.
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How to Logon to myUFL With a Non-GatorLink Account

In January 2010 the university deployed a project to enhance UF data security. This project necessitates staff who log on with a Non-GatorLink account (e.g., DSO, TOD, Other PeopleSoft Accounts) to log on in a different way. Use this training document to learn the new procedure.
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