How do I reset my Onyen password on a laptop joined to the AD domain from on-campus? (Includes PGP Password Resets)
Before changing your ONYEN password, make sure to turn off cell phones and other mobile devices that connect to your campus e-mail. If a mobile device tries to authenticate to the mail server with your old password, it could lock you out of your e-mail account.
The notes displayed on the ONYEN website after changing your password are also listed at the bottom of this document.
It is best to synchronize the UNC-Secure wireless network before anything else after changing your ONYEN password. Turn the wireless switch to the off position, wait a few seconds, and then turn it back on. UNC-Secure will try to connect with your old password and the wireless network icon in the system tray should have a yellow asterisk on it. Wait for the pop-up or left-click on the icon and select UNC-Secure and click connect. You should then be prompted by SecureW2 asking for your credentials.
Within about five minutes, the following message should pop up asking you to lock your computer.
Press the Windows key + L to lock your computer. Unlock the computer with your new password. Once you perform this step, your Windows password will be synchronized with your ONYEN password.
You do not have to wait on this message before locking your computer, but doing so before receiving the message may not always work. If it does not work, simply wait a moment and try again.
Log off from the Start menu or by pressing CTRL + ALT + DEL and clicking on Log Off. Log back in with your new password. This will synchronize the PGP Bootguard password with your new Windows password. You should now be able to reboot and log in with your new password, though you are not required to reboot.
Turn handheld devices back on that synchronize with Exchange and update the password on these.