How to Change MUNet Password

1. Log onto your MUNet computer account in any university public computing facility using your and your password.

2. Once you are logged in then press Ctrl, Alt, Delete.

3. Click on the change password button as shown below on the windows security screen.

4. Type in your old MUNet password in the box that says Old Password as shown below. Tab or click down to the new password box and enter the new password you want. Tab or click down to the confirm the new password and type the new password again.

Creating a Password


- Have both upper and lower case letters.
- Have digits and/or punctuation characters as well as letters.
- Are easy to remember, so they do not have to be written down.
- Are seven or eight characters long.
- Can be typed quickly, so someone else cannot look over your shoulder and learn it.

Do Not Include:

- Personal information such as your name, phone number, social security number, birth date or address. Even names of acquaintances and the like should not be used.
- Any word in the dictionary, or based closely on such a word (such as a word spelled backwards).
- A word with letters simply replaced by digits. For example, bl0wf1sh is not a strong password.
- Letter/number combinations that are easy to spot while you're typing them in. Passwords like 12345, qwerty (i.e., all keys right next to each other), or nnnnnn should be avoided.