General Information on the Selfservice
The Selfservice enabIes users to access and partly change their data of the Identity Management.
Use your username (format: ab123456) and the corresponding password for your RWTH Single Sign-On account.
The login should look like this:
Table of Contents
- General Information on the Selfservice
- Table of Contents
- User Data
- Accounts and Passwords
- Devices (OAuth)
- Redeeming Coupons
- My IT Center
View and Change Personal Data
The home page shows you all the personal data that is stored in the Identity Management. You can change some of the data by yourself, e.g. your contact e-mail address. If data, which you cannot change yourself (e.g. your name), is incorrect, please contact the IT-ServiceDesk.
The tab "Personal Data" looks as follows:
The tab "RWTH Data" also enables you to review your membership of RWTH Aachen University stored in the IdM. This looks as follows:
Employees can also find their employee number, the reference number(s) of their institution(s) (IKZs) as well as a link to their entry on CAMPUS provided that a TIM-CAMPUS linkage has been set up.
If you are an employee and cannot see this image , no TIM-CAMPUS linkage has been set up yet. Please be sure to set up the linkage. A manual can be found here.
Accounts and Passwords
You can change the passwords for your accounts yourself via the Selfservice. To do so just select the tab "Accounts and Passwords". It is possible to choose a different password for each account as well as choosing the same password for various accounts with the same password regulations.
Change Account Data, e.g. E-Mail Forwarding, Visibility in the Global Exchange Address Book
Click on the various services to change your account settings. You may e.g. set up email forwarding under "RWTH Service":
Setting up an Account
The Selfservice offers various accounts for different services. Some of these accounts are set up automatically after the registration e.g. the RWTH Single Sign-On account, others can be added afterwards, depending on your membership of RWTH Aachen University. Therefore you first need to select the tab "Accounts and Passwords" and then click on “Create Account” in the upper part of the page:
If you e.g. do not yet have an account for the PC-Pool or cannot access the high-performance computing, those can be selected here.
In Selfservice you can manage your devices.
Here you can see and manage the applications that access any RWTH services on your behalf.
You can see the name of the app and the device which the app was installed on. To view the scopes click on "View scopes".
It is also possible to remove an app by ticking the checkbox next to the application and then klicking the "Remove"-button. After confirming the app will be removed from the list.
By clicking on the link you will be redirected to the Eduroam Device Manager.
Here you can manage your wifi-capable devices and set new access data for Eduroam.
You will require new access data if you want to connect a new device to Eduroam or need new data for an already registered one.
To connect a new device follow our Eduroam instructions.
To generate new access data klick on "Create login data" and login via RWTH Single Sign-On. After giving your device an individual name, the new access data will be shown.
Displaying Roles from the
The tab “Roles” is only visible if you have been assigned at least one role.
Via the Selfservice you can access information on your BlueCard and, if need be, change it. This is also where students upload their photo for the BlueCard and can decide whether their BlueCard should be generated with or without a chip. For information and solutions to the most common problems with the photo upload, visit the Blue Card FAQ page
My IT Center
This menu will take you to the My IT Center portal, where the various web applications for the administration and configuration of the IT services of the IT Center of RWTH Aachen University are listed for you.
After logging in to the My IT Center portal, you will be shown the services, RWTH shops and support offers at a central location for which you have a user authorization.