I Have Lost my United Intranet Password – How do I Change or Reset It?
How do I reset a forgotten password?
If you have forgotten or lost your Flyingtogether.Ual.com password, then visit the Flyingtogether.Ual.com login page, enter your UiD and click on “Password Help”.
Alternatively, go straight to the Identity Manager password page here, and do the following:
Enter your Identity Manager/United User ID and password, and click on login to enter the Identity Manager system.
Forgotten your Password?
If you have forgotten your United Intranet password, then enter your user ID in the first box, and then click on the Forgot Your Password? link.
Leave the password box blank.
The Identity Manager system will show one or more security questions. Enter the correct answers, and then click on the “Login” button.
When you enter your security answers, the characters, as well as spaces, that you type will appear as * (asterisks). The security question entry fields are not case-sensitive.
Forgotten your United User ID?
The Sun Identity Manager system no longer displays an Forgot Your User ID? option. To recover a lost United User ID, contact Human Resources, or the Tech Service on 1-800-255-5801.
How to Choose a Strong Password.
If you are about to choose a new password, then pay attention to these general guidelines:
A Strong Password:
- Has minimum 12 characters. There is no minimum password length that everyone agrees on, but you should choose passwords that are a minimum of 12 to 14 characters long. A longer password is better than a short password.
- Includes a combination of numbers, Capital Letters, lower-case Letters and symbols.
- Is not a obvious dictionary word or combinations of dictionary words. Any yope of word on its own, is considered a weak password. Any combination of words is also a weak choice. For example, “Airplane” is a terrible password. “Big Airplane” is also very weak.
- Does not use any common substitutions. For example, “H0use” is not a strong password just because an o has been replace with a 0. it is simply too obvious.
I common way to create a secure, memorable password is to take a memorable quote or song lyric, and abbreviate it and add some numbers.
For example, this quote: “Be yourself, everyone else is already taken. – Oscar Wilde”, you become By,eeiat.-OW4321.