View and Change Computer Information

Log into myIT using your NetID credentials by entering netid\user netid and your NetID password. Your netid credentials are now required. Enter your actual netid in place of 'user netid'  See the example below:

Login

 

After logging into the myIT portal, Follow these instructions to access "Nebula Desktops on My Budgets"

Nebula desktops on my budget

These are the systems for which you are listed as a contact for the associated budget.

  • Click the Computer Name for detailed info on each system.
  • Click Edit to change the associated info. Not all info is editable here.

 

To access "Nebula Desktops I manage"

Nebula desktops I manage

These are the systems for which you are listed as the "managed by" (technical) contact.

 

To access "Nebula Users in My Department":

Nebula users in my department

This page lists the users we have associated with a department you are listed as a contact for.  Please contact us if the you need to make any of the following changes below:

  • If you are not  listed as a contact for the department
  • If there are staff members who are missing from your department
  • If there are staff members who appear in your department, but are no longer part of the department.

 

 

To access "Nebula Consulting Hours":

Nebula consulting hours

These are the users that may have Nebula Consulting hours billed to a budget you are listed as a contact for. You can edit the budget info for your existing users. To add users to your budgets, please contact us.

 

 

If you need access to the myIT pages send an e-mail to nebula@uw.edu, along with a list of budget numbers, requesting administrative access.

If the budget you need access to is not listed, send a request to nebula@uw.edu with the budget number that needs to be added.

 

Problems accessing the myIT pages through your browser?

It could be a result of NTLMv1 being disabled. See the links below with more information and workarounds.

For general information and workarounds:

NTLMv1 - Known Problems and Workarounds

For Mac users:

Enabling NTLMv2 on Mac OS X

Last modified: May 21, 2015