Beginning Tuesday, January 28, two-factor authentication will be required for Wright State faculty, staff, and student employees when accessing certain services within WINGS Express, regardless of your location or campus network connection.
Which Services Are Affected?
Affected WINGS Express services include:
- Faculty Grade Summary
- Final Grades
- Student Xtender Documents
- Direct Deposit Allocation
- Pay Stub
- Tax Exemptions or Allowances
- W2 Year End Earnings Statement
- W-2c Corrected Wage and Tax Statement
When Will This Happen?
The WINGs Express services listed above will require two-factor authentication on Tuesday, January 28.
Why Is This Happening?
With the release of Banner, the University is consolidating account credentials down to a single campus username and password, and moving away from the use of the UID and PIN for authentication. Wright State is requiring two-factor authentication to further enhance your account's security for services containing sensitive information.
What Actions Do I Take Now?
Faculty and staff should have already previously enrolled in two-factor authentication to access services such as WINGS, Office 365, ServiceNow, and more. You do not need to re-enroll in Duo when this change is implemented.
Student employees who have not enrolled in Duo will need to do so to access the services listed above. Once enrolled, you will also be required to use two-factor authentication to access WINGS, Office 365, ServiceNow, and more when off campus or using the campus wireless networks.
What Differences Will I Notice?
The major difference you will notice is that you will ALWAYS need to authenticate using two-factor when accessing these WINGS Express services, regardless of being on or off campus, on a wired connection, or connected to a wireless network. Two-factor authentication for WINGS, Office 365, ServiceNow, and more will continue to only be required when off campus or using the campus wireless networks.
More Information and Instructions
Please visit wright.edu/2fa for more information concerning the two-factor service.
If you have any questions, contact the CaTS Help Desk at (937) 775-4827, or email email@example.com.