Author Archives: Ellen Sund

Configure Secure logon with SMS

NMBU has implemented Secure logon (Two-factor authentication) on NMBU services off Campus. This means that you must use an extra one-time code (OTP) from SMS or app when logging in to NMBU services via computer, mobile and tablet. If you do not enable secure login, you will not be able to access NMBU services outside […]

Configure Secure logon with App

NMBU has implemented Secure logon (Two-factor authentication) on NMBU services off Campus. This means that you must use an extra one-time code (OTP) from SMS or app when logging in to NMBU services via computer, mobile and tablet. If you do not enable secure login, you will not be able to access NMBU services outside the NMBU […]

Change default applications in Windows 10

If you miss any features when you open a pdf, click an email address or follow a link after upgrading to Windows 10, it may be because Microsoft has set its own standards for some applications. If you want a different standard than Microsoft has set, you can change these settings yourself: Click Start (Windows button) […]

Gitlab (information in english)

About the service Gitlab.com offer services such as these: Git. Version control software for computer source code. Issue tracking. Create and track issues related to bug reports, feature requests and so on. Continuous Integration (CI). Automatically build, test and deploy software. Epics and roadmaps. Planning tools for software projects. All the data are stored on servers […]

Secure logon (Two-factor authentication)

NMBU has implemented Secure logon (Two-factor authentication) on NMBU services off Campus. This means that you must use an extra one-time code (OTP) from SMS or app when logging in to NMBU services via computer, mobile and tablet. The exception is NMBU controlled PCs on campus networks. These PCs will not be required one-time code to log-on. If […]