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Nexus365: Logging in via the Web

All members of the University are automatically given an Oxford Username once a University card has been issued. This Oxford Username is also known as the Single Sign-On (or SSO). When you start at the University your SSO is on your registration email, along with details of where to find your new Oxford email address.  Office 365 (Nexus365) is designed to work with the latest browsers.  Further information about your Oxford Username can be found here: Oxford Username

 

  1. Go to: https://portal.office.com  (this takes you to the following Microsoft page):

    New OWA sign in

  2. In the login box enter your SSO with the suffix @OX.AC.UK (eg ABCD1234@OX.AC.UK). No password is required, but it is important that OX.AC.UK is capitalized.
  3. The suffix (OX.AC.UK) triggers the redirect to the University of Oxford specific "single sign on service" (Webauth)
  4. Login using your SSO, and the password you created at account activation:

    University of Oxford single sign on service (Webauth)

  5. If you are not already logged in to the Universitiy's Webauth service then your University of Oxford SSO is confirmed by this screen; click Continue to Shibboleth Identity Provider

    Webauth confirmation screen

  6. Decide whether you wish to remain signed in:

  7. You will now arrive at the Nexus365 homepage from where you can access your email, calendar, OneDrive and other available Nexus365 tools by clicking on the relevant icon.
    Please note: at first log in there may be a slight delay before your Office applications are available, and you will be asked to set your language and time zone - set as appropriate and Save.

  8. From this homepage you can also download your free copies of Office 2016 (for personal use only).

Note: It is important when you have finished your Nexus365 session to sign out. Click on your name (top right) and follow the sign out instructions.

Written by IT Services. Latest revision 24 September 2018