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Services System

System overview

The UCL Services System enables Departmental Administrators and other departmental staff, as nominated by the Head of Department, to request and revoke access to UCL services for members of their department including staff, visitors and, where appropriate, students.

Launch Services System

Live system
» Services System Live site
User acceptance testing system
» Services System UAT site

Basic Details

Organisational overview
Registration requirements
- Registration required for use (to be signed off by Head of Department).
System requirements
- This application requires the java plug-in. More information on Java versions and installation .

System features

  • Set up a departmental visitor
    Allows users to register a departmental visitor, which will in turn allow them to gain access to UCL services. Visitors will then automatically be able to collect an ID card.
  • Library access rights
    Visitors can be granted borrowing rights from the library by requesting this service. Staff and students will already have this these rights.
  • Request a userid
    Users can request a UCL computer userid for their visitors and honorary staff. This will allow them to access various UCL IT services.
  • Revoke a userid
    It is possible to revoke a userid for any user, be they visitor or existing student or member of staff. Use this to close their computer account once they have left.

Context

Related Units

Related Processes

  • The process for registering a new visitor to UCL and requesting access to services such as the ID cards and library access.

Further Information

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