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Identity & Access Management

Services

UCSF ITS Identity & Access Management is responsible for several core Identity Management (IdM) and Access Management systems at UCSF, including the Individual Identifier System (IID), MyAccess SSO, and the Enterprise Directory Service (EDS).

 


 

IID

The Individual Identifier System (IID) acts as a clearing house for identities, matching identity qualifying information ensuring that each person has one and only one identity record keyed by a unique UCSF identity number.

To read more about the IID service, please see the IID section.


MyAccess

MyAccess is the UCSF campus Single Sign-on (SSO) service. Allowing customers to sign-on once and access all of the participating applications for which they are authorized. With SSO customers sign on once and not into to each application separately. With My Access SSO, customers remain logged on until they sign out or close their browser.

To read more about the MyAccess service, please see the MyAccess section.


Enterprise Directory Service

The Enterprise Directory Service (EDS) is an LDAP v3-compliant directory server with authoritative information about individuals affiliated with UCSF.

To read more about the EDS service, please see the EDS section.

UCSF ITS Identity & Access Management is responsible for several core Identity Management (IdM) and Access Management systems at UCSF, including the Individual Identifier System (IID), MyAccess SSO, and the Enterprise Directory Service (EDS).


AutoAccess

The autoAccess application was designed to eliminate paper and email requests for access to departmental data through automation. The autoAccess tool is used by Access Administrators to grant access to applications such as Online Payroll/Personnel System (OLPPS), Residents & Fellow System (RFS), Web Merit, and WebLinks.

 


 

Directory Services

UCSF ITS maintains the UCSF online Faculty/Staff Directory and Departmental Offices Directory. These directories are in place to serve the UCSF Campus and Medical Center communities, as well as the general public. The directories provide a central source for contact and location information for UCSF Campus and Medical Center employees and departments.  To read more about directory services, please see the DS section.