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IAMO Services

Web Page / Application Authentication

The Identity and Access Management Office provides tools that provide web sign on services for both sites and applications. Both the Centralized Authentication Service (CAS) and the Infrastructure for Identification, Authentication and Authorization (I2A2) are offered. To learn more about the offerings and assistance with choosing the right one for your needs, please click here.


Guest Access Application

The Guest Access Application provides authorized Information Technology support staff the ability to create short-term computer access accounts for guests of Purdue University. A guest of the university may use this account to access resources such as Purdue AirLink (PAL), the campus wireless service, and other IT resources. To request access to this application so you can build this accounts, please click here.


Account Setup Reset Application

The Account Setup Reset Application grants authorized Purdue Information Technology support staff the ability to issue a career account setup password to an individual so they may run the Purdue Career Account setup. This setup can also be used by a person who has forgotten their password reset the password. To learn more and request access, please click here.


Purdue and the InCommon Service - A web single sign on service using Shibboleth open source software.

The Identity and Access Management Office (IAMO) offers a web single sign on service using Shibboleth open source software. The Purdue Shibboleth implementation uses CAS for user authentication, and provides information about the authenticated user (referred to as attributes) for use by a web application. Purdue is a member of the InCommon Federation. To learn more about this offering, please visit the InCommon Service page.


Purdue Career Account: Secure Purdue Token - Boiler Key

The Boiler Key is a convenient means of significantly improving the security of protected computer systems. The BoilerKey is a small electronic device that displays a series of six digits that change every sixty seconds. A personal identification number, combined with the six digits, are used in place of a password to gain access to computer applications and systems. To learn more about this offering, please visit the IAMO Boiler Key page.


Door Access Application

The IAMO Door Access Application provides a mechanism to automate the provisioning of door access on campus. Working with the Card Services Office, ID card swipe access to various doors on campus is automatically managed based on current, offical university data. Since access is driven from current, offical university data, door access is automatically removed once someone leaves Purdue.

The process also allows employees to be manually added to a given door. Once added, these manual additions are also transmitted electronically to the Card Service Office.

For further information about the Door Access Application, please contact the IAMO Team.


InCommon Certificate Service

The InCommon Cert Service provides unlimited SSL, EV, personal signing, encryption and code signing PKI certificates for Purdue University needs..

More information can be found at the IAMO Incommon Cert Service page.


Student Organization Accounts

Like faculty, staff and students, all student organizations recognized by Purdue University can request a Purdue career account. To learn more about this offering, please visit the Student Organization Accounts page.

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