UT Service Desk
Front line support for IAM systems is provided by the UT Service Desk. If you are not sure where to go or whom to contact, start here.
If you are planning to select a vendor product or develop a new system that will require EID authentication or access to UT directory information, please visit the Integration page for instructions.
For usage instructions, configuration information, answers to common questions, and basic troubleshooting please view the relevant help pages below (documentation provided by UT ServiceNow):
- EID Administration
- EID Usage and Basic Help
- OHS Contacts (OHSC)
- SailPoint IdentityIQ (IIQ)
- uTexas Enterprise Directory (TED)
- uTexas Identity Management (TIM)
- White Pages Service (WPS)
The IAM Team works closely with other groups on campus to provide IAM-related services. The services below are not supported by the IAM Team, however we work closely with the groups who do provide support.
- Austin Active Directory
- Campus Security Systems
- ID Center
- ID Photo Gateway
- Student Photo Roster
- Virtual ID Cards
Looking to add EID authentication to your web application? Please visit the Integration page.
Release notes can be found on the News page.
System documentation can be found on our knowledge base.
Front line support for IAM systems is provided by the UT Service Desk. Their contact information is below:
Planned maintenance and outage alerts for IAM systems are posted on the UT ServiceNow Alerts & Outages page.
Duo, our 3rd party provider for Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA) posts their status at https://status.duo.com/.
Qualtrics, our 3rd party provider for forms such as the integration request form, posts their status at https://www.qualtrics.com/status/.
Information about historical outages is posted at ITS Incident Reports.
Duo, our 3rd party provider for Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA) posts incident reports at https://status.duo.com/#past-incidents.
Identity and Access Management is very closely aligned with information security. For more information on information security, please review the following resources from our Information Security Office.
If you are from another university and interested in learning more about how the IAM Team at The University of Texas at Austin has implemented a particular solution, you may email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Media contacts are handled by the university’s Media Relations team.
The IAM Team does not accept unsolicited offers for any product or service. For more information, please contact the UT Purchasing Office.