Applies To:  Teachers, dept. / school office staff and students

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F.A.Q.

For Teachers (YESNet AD)Dept. & School Office Staff (YNET AD)
  • Q: Do I Have an AD Account? A: Yes. Any currently employed teacher will have an YESNet AD account & password.
  • Q: How Do I Reset my Password? A: Self-service instructions: How To Reset Your YESNet AD Password or submit a support request to ITSS to reset your password. When ITSS resets:
    1. You will receive a temporary password you must change immediately
  • Q: Can I share this password? A: NO. Sharing this password is a breach of privacy (yours) and the Yukon Education Acceptable Computer Use Policy
  • What is this password used for? A: My HR File, webfilter overrides, logging into your computer, accessing your network file storage, etc.
  • Q: Do Students Have YESNet AD Passwords? A: Yes. Students can “self-serve” resetting their password using these instructions: Reset My Current Password. Teachers may submit a support request to ITSS
  • Q: What is the difference between YNET and YESNet? A: YNET AD is used by employees on the “corporate” YNET network. YESNet AD is used by teachers & students on the “education” YESNet network.
  • Q: Can ITSS View My Password? A: NO. ITSS can only reset passwords.
  • Q: Do I Have an AD Account? A: Yes. Any currently employed office or dept. staff member will have an YNET AD password.
  • Q: How Do I Reset my Password?: Instructions are here: How To Reset Your YNET AD Password otherwise contact ITSS.
  • Can I share this password?: NO. Sharing this password is a breach of privacy (yours) and the Yukon Education Acceptable Computer Use Policy
  • What is this password used for?: My HR File, webfilter overrides, logging into your computer, accessing your network file storage, Outlook, Sharepoint, Skype for Business
  • Do Students Have YNET AD Passwords?: NO.
  • What is the difference between YNET and YESNet?: YNET AD is used by employees on the “corporate” YNET network. YESNet AD is used by teachers & students on the “education” YESNet network.
IMPORTANT: NEVER Share Your Active Directory Password.