1) You just changed a password and now nothing is allowing access or,
2) When accessing MyApps get an error message or,
3) An Application in MyApps is not allowing access to the app (IC, iReady, STAR, etc.).
When you update the Network (Active Directory) password, it is best that you are not logged into the network on another device - another PC or a different laptop, (note: this includes access to BSD Google account on a cell phone) Active Directory communicates your login credentials to other BSD provided accounts, including Google.
When your password is updated, on a desktop in the chrome browser you will see a sync paused:
Solution 1) On the desktop click the round profile to update the password. On tablets or phones you will get a message indicating the change in your account and a sign in is required. Google just needs to be informed of your updated password.
Solution 2) Similar to Google, MyApps may need to be informed of the new password or require that you sign in again by entering the new password-most often closing the browser then re-opening prompts for the password update.
Note: there is a distinct difference in the passwords stored in the Google Chrome browser and the Magic that Happens in MyApps/Classlink, not knowing how to manage these can cause conflict with logins.
To check Google Chrome saved credentials, Open your Chrome browser and from the top right Chrome menu button, select Settings. Then in the top left click the 3 bars next to the Word Settings, below select Passwords and Forms. On the right select Manage Passwords link. To see saved password enter your AD passcode.
Solution 3) In MyApps the credentials may need to be updated, see this article for details.
Also, signing out of BSD accounts/devices when leaving for an extended time can prove vigilant to your account safety.
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