Student Affairs staff members have two primary accounts that allow access to computing services: the University NetID and the Student Affairs Domain Account.
What is a domain?
A domain is a way to network or connect users, printers and computers to servers called domain controllers. The domain controllers are then able to ensure that all these objects have the same settings and configurations such as file drive locations, printer settings, security settings, account password complexity policies, updates and more. The domain ensures that all the computers in the domain look the same and can be managed all as one system. The domain managed by SAIT is called the Student Affairs domain (SA domain).
|Service Available To:||Division of Student Affairs|
|Contact for Service:||SAIT Support
|Service Manager:||Padma Srimatkandada
|More Information:||Change Your NetID Password|
Here are some common systems and when you can expect to use your NetID vs your SA Domain account to log in.
|SA Domain Account
|Log in to your workstation||Email & Calendar|
|RDS (Remote Desktop Services) Applications||Office 365 Services|
|Skype for Business|
|Aurora Web Content Management|