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Bypass entering your username and password at any OHIO sign-in page by enabling passwordless login with the Microsoft Authenticator app.
Learn what an OHIO guest account is and how to request one.
If you do not use your account for an extended period of time, or if your role at the university changes, your account may be deactivated or deleted. Ohio University reserves the right to deactivate online accounts.
Learn how to authenticate using number matching on the Microsoft Authenticator App.
Learn how to easily enroll in Azure Multi-Factor Authentication to secure your devices and data.
Add an additional authentication method to Azure Multi-Factor Authentication, such as another phone number or device (smartphone, tablet, etc.). This is recommended in case you are unable to access your primary device.
Learn how to change your default authentication method with Azure MFA. You can authenticate via the Microsoft Authenticator app on a smartphone, a phone call, or a text message (SMS).
First steps to set up and start using Azure Multi-Factor Authentication.
A summary of Azure Multi-Factor Authentication help resources.
Follow these guidelines for a smooth authentication experience while traveling.
If you are unable to connect to Wi-Fi or cellular data (LTE) on your phone, you can use a one-time password code on the Microsoft Authenticator app to authenticate. Authenticating this way does not require your phone to be connected to a network.
Quick access to help and resources for OHIO Accounts, passwords and logins
Enable "Remember me for 90 days" with Azure Multi-Factor Authentication to limit authentication requests.
Answers to frequently asked questions related to ID cards.
Disable app lock so you don't need to enter your phone's passcode to open the Microsoft Authenticator app with Azure Multi-Factor Authentication.