How to: Sign in to online services using your eRaider account


1) Browse to the application that you wish to access.

EXAMPLE: To sign in to Raiderlink, browse to

2) If you are signed in to a domain-authenticated computer with your eRaider credentials, the authentication could be passed through to your browser automatically. In this case, you will be signed in without having to enter credentials. This depends on the browser and its browser settings. If you were not prompted for a username and password, proceed to the next step.

Some services will present a Microsoft prompt asking for your email address. Type your official email address (e.g., and click Next.

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Then, type your eRaider password and click Sign in.

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Other services will present an eRaider sign-in screen. For the username, type your official email address (e.g., or ttu\your_eRaider_username (e.g., ttu\jdoe). For the password, type your eRaider password. Then, click Sign in.

TIP: Some sites or services require may require that all of the letters in the username be in lowercase.

If you are using the username format domain\username, ensure that you are using a backslash, not a forward slash, between the domain name and your username.

NOTE: The "ttu" and backslash in front of the username specifies that your account is on the TTU domain. Accounts on the TTUHSC domain should use the format ttuhsc\username.

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In some instances, you may be presented with a "gray box" sign-in window for like the one seen below. You will still be able to sign in using your TechMail address or domain\username along with your eRaider password. Click OK when finished.

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If the credentials you entered are rejected, try putting the username by itself (e.g., jdoe).

3) Some services may prompt you for additional verification using the legacy two-factor authentication feature or Microsoft multifactor authentication. If you do not receive such a prompt, you may skip ahead to the OUTCOME section.

Click the link below for instructions on how to use the verification feature that you encountered.

Legacy two-factor authentication

If you are signing in to a website that uses the legacy two-factor authentication service, choose how you would like to verify your identity. Then, click Continue.

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You will receive a verification code by voice call or text message. Type the verification code and click Verify.

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Microsoft multifactor authentication

Please see How to: Use Microsoft MFA.


You are signed in to the desired webapp. This assumes that you have appropriate access to that service already.