Change CDNIS WiFi / Printing (LDAP) Password

The CDNIS WiFi / Printing Password  is used to authenticate into:

  1. The User Identification Portal.
  2. Your iMac Desktop.
  3. The VPN from outside of the school.
  4. AFP Shared drives like Departmental, CDNISShare, TeacherShare, TeacherPublic, YearBook Share.

To change this password:

  1. Go to and press change.
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  2. Login with your username (Staff/Student Number) and current password.
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  3. Type in your current password and the new password that you want.
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  4. Then scroll down to the bottom of the page and press save.
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  5. You’ll see a message on the top right hand corner saying password successfully changed.
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  6. Logout.
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Secure your Workstation

Securing your workstation, information systems and email protects you and everyone on your network. Data stored on CDNIS computers and servers includes personal information, like staff and student addresses, grades, evaluations, payroll information, etc… It is our responsibility to protect this information by securing our computers and accounts with strong passwords.


Did you know a blank, weak or easy-to-guess password…
  • can allow hackers (and our students) to view and manipulate your computer screen and all of it’s data remotely from their machines. For example, They can see the test papers or answer sheets that you’ve made for the upcoming tests. They can make a copy of these and distribute it to other students. They can do all this from your computer making it look like you did it.
  • can allow viruses and Trojans to access your computer and spread throughout your local computer network?
  • can allow hackers to use your computer to gain access to adjacent computers on your network?
Please make sure that your devices are protected with strong passwords.
Instruction on changing password have been posted on the OneDoor Website under “How Do I > Manage My Passwords” 
Below are direct links to these instruction pages:
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Use Keka To Create Password Protected Zip Archives

While it’s easy to archive things into a Zip file on your Mac, you may want to occasionally compress things into a different format and password protect the archives.

  1. Launch the Keka application

  2. Click on ZIP

  3. Type in the password (twice)

  4. Select the files/folders that you want to ZIP and drag them into the Keka window

  5. When you see the window change to the Drag-n-Drop window, release the files (mouse button).

  6. A password protected ZIP archive will be created at the same location the files are at.

Transfer Ownership of Google Data

You’re the owner by default for files that you create in Docs, Sheets, and Slides, or upload into Drive. But, you can transfer ownership of your Google files (Docs, Sheets, and Slides) and folders to anyone you’d like, as long as that person has an email address.

If you’re a Google Apps user, you can’t transfer ownership to someone else who is outside of your domain.

How to change owners

You can change who owns a file or folder in Drive.

  1. Go to Drive or a Docs, Sheets, or Slides home screen.
  2. Open the sharing box:
    • In Drive: Select the file or folder and click the share icon at the top .
    • In a Docs, Sheets, or Slides home screen: Open the file and click Share in the top-right corner of the file
  3. If the new owner already has edit access, skip to Step 4. Otherwise, follow these steps:
    1. Type the email address of the new owner in the “Invite people” field
    2. Click Share & save.
  4. Click Advanced in the bottom-right corner of the sharing box.
  5. Click the drop-down menu next to the name of the person you want to own the file or folder.
  6. Select Is owner.
  7. Click Done.

You’ll have access to the file as an editor after you transfer ownership.

Google Apps Customers: You can’t make someone outside of your domain the owner of your Google Doc. Only Google Apps customers in Government and Education domains can transfer ownership of a synced or uploaded file (like a PDF or image file).

Consumer Drive users: You can’t transfer ownership of a synced or uploaded file (like a PDF or an image file).

Things to consider before you transfer ownership

  • The things you’ll no longer be able to do once you transfer file ownership include:
    • Remove others from the file
    • Share with as many people as you like
    • Change visibility options
    • Allow your collaborators to change access privileges for others
    • Permanently delete something from Google Drive. After it’s deleted, no one can access it, including those it was shared with.
  • When you transfer ownership of a folder from yourself to another person, the new owner of the folder becomes an editor of the files in that folder. The original owners of the files remain the owners, and if the original owner deletes a file, it’ll be removed from the folder.
  • If your current Google Account is being deleted, transfer ownership of your files, folders, and Google files to another active account. Once the original account is deleted, you won’t be able to recover any of your files or folders from it.