MyRecords Login Issues & Resolution:
As a UNMC faculty, staff and/or a student, you are automatically given a UNMC NetID when you are entered into SAP or become enrolled students.
Your UNMC NetID gives you access to the campus network drives and printers, Outlook email, Office 365, OneDrive for Business, Canvas, UNMC Intranet, Student Information System(MyRecords), McGoogan Library electronic resources, UNMC Research Support Systems (RSS), CARE (Campus Records for Students) as well as the wireless network.
MyRecords Login Issues:
If you have changed your password in any of UNMC systems’ such as Microsoft Office 365 Email or Canvas and you are unable to log into MyRecords(https://myrecords.nebraska.edu/psp/myrecords/NBM/HRMS/?cmd=login):
- Go to the following URL: http://net.unmc.edu/netid.
- Please click on the “I Forgot My Password” link in the Red box.
- In the “Enter your UNMC NetID in the space provided below,” please enter your UNMC net ID. (i.e. firtname.lastname).
- In the Image Code, The letters are capitalized, but if the item looks like a “ O “ or is a Diamond shape, it is a “ 0 “, zero.
- Please click on the word NEXT at the bottom of this Window.
- On the second page, please input a 2 digit Month of Birth, and a 2 digit Day of Birth. If you do not have your Badge Id handy, just enter the last 4 numbers of your Social Security number in the box shown for that.
- Please click on the word SUBMIT at the bottom of this Window.
When you get to the “Enter New Password” page, please remember the following:
- Your new password must be at least 8 characters in length.
- Your new password must contain at least one Capital letter, at least one lower case letter, and at least one number.
- Your new password cannot contain more than 3 letters out of your first and last names.
- Your new password cannot match any of your previous 6 passwords.
- Please do not check the box titled: Do not change Active Directory password.
- You will need to enter a new Image Code, The letters are capitalized, but if the item looks like a “ O “ or is a Diamond shape, it is a “ 0 “, zero.
If your new password resets successfully you should see the following message:
- Active Directory Changed
- Directory Service Changed
Your UNMC AD password should now be changed successfully.
If you are still having problems logging in MyRecords after changing your password, clear cache on whatever browser you are using as sometimes these browsers will save your passwords by default or if you set it up to do so, close the browser and then open it back up. Then try logging back into MyRecords again with the new passwords.
If you need any assistance to change your UNMC Net ID password, or to access your UNMC email, please contact the UNMC Help Desk at (402)559-7700 Option 1.
If you still can’t log in MyRecords, contact PeopleSoft security personnel @ 402-559-7266 or email: email@example.com