Logging Onto & Off of IS Applications
Connecting to the Oracle VPN
Gaining Access to a Secure System
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Once you have completed your required training, the Division of Training (DOT) registrar will send information the Information Technology and Communication (ITC) division. ITC will add your name to the Integrated System access tables. Then you will be able to log into the system.
1. First, start your VPN.
2. Go to the Integrated System home page
3. Select the Enter circle.
The Integrated System News appears.
4. Read the news then close the window.
The Integrated System Launch Pad appears.
5. Select Production [GO].
6. Enter your User Name and your IS password.
7. The first time you login you will be prompted to change your password.
8. To change your password, enter the old password then enter the new password twice.
9. Click [OK].
The Integrated System requires a strong password. That means:
After a successful login the E-Business Suite Home page will appear.
Your E-Business Suite Home will show only the responsibilities that you actually have under the column header Applications. Do not be confused by the screen shot example below showing many responsibilities.
You can customize your home page by selecting [Edit Favorites]. There you can modify page as follows:
10. Click the title of any form in the center column to open an IS.
After you have created favorites you can enter forms by clicking the form title in the third column under the Favorites heading.
11. Open any IS form from the E-Business Suite Home page.
12. Select [Edit], [Preferences], [Change Password] from the menu bar.
13. Enter your old password once and your new password twice.
14. Click [OK].
15. Select [File], [Exit IS Applications] from any IS Form to exit the system.
From the Navigator window, choose [Logout] to log off the system.
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