article To create a login in and password in for your cis network account, you will need to use a cis network administrator account, which is not available on the website.
You will need a valid username and password for this account, as well as a password.
Once you have completed the account creation process, you should be able to log in using this account on your cis site.
If you are using an external cis network manager to manage your network, you may need to create your credentials on the network administrator’s account to get access to your network.
For more information on creating your credentials, see Creating credentials on your own network.
Once your account is created, you can log in to your cis server using the cis account’s credentials, or if you are not using an admin account, create a cis account on a different cis server.
Once logged in, you are able to use your cis account to view the content of your cis website.
When you are viewing cis content, you’ll be able tap on the ‘Cis’ icon on the bottom left of the cis site to view cis content from cis providers.
The cis site will display the content for the cis provider’s cis site, and you will also be able click on the cis content to view it on a cis provider.
If a cis site is in use, cis providers may also appear in the cis client’s cis browser, and if they are in use the cis network can be accessed using the provider’s name.
To access the cis website, cis users will need their cis account credentials.
To create an account, click on an account in the top left of your browser, or tap the ‘New Account’ button at the bottom of the page.
After you click ‘New’, a window will open asking you to enter your username and passphrase.
If your cis username and/or password is not displayed, the cis user may be required to provide additional credentials.
If the user provides additional credentials, they will be required, and can be verified with the cis admin’s account, if available.
You can only access cis sites on cis networks, and cis providers cannot access cis site content.
If cis users access cis providers, cis networks are not available.
If users attempt to access cis provider sites, cis clients are not displayed.
If clients are displaying cis providers and cis sites, the user is not able to access any cis content on the user’s cis network.
If access to cis site or cis provider content is denied, users may need additional credentials to access the site.
To view cis provider and cis site resources, cis sites will display cis providers with a link to the cis page, and trans sites with a links to cis page resources.
For example, if you search for a cis resource in cis site by searching for ‘trans resources’, the cis search results will show cis resource content.
You may also see cis resources listed in cis sites that are part of cis networks.
If there are cis providers that are not listed in your cis sites’ cis network, the resource may be missing from cis site databases.
You should always make sure that cis providers have access to their cis sites and cis resources.
If all cis providers are missing, cis resources are unavailable.
If any cis providers in your network are missing their cis resources, users are unable to access those cis resources on the users cis network or cis network provider.
The user can search for cis resources to access on the site but may not be able.
If that is the case, the site may need a new cis provider to be added to the network.
Users may also want to create an administrator account to access their cis site as a cis user.
If administrators are not accessible to their network, users can create an admin to access access the users account on the server.
To login in using an administrator, tap on ‘Login’ in the upper right of the login page.
You’ll be prompted to select a user name and password, and an administrator will be created to your admin account.
Once an administrator is created on the admin account for the user, the admin can log into your cis system using the user name, password, admin username and admin password.
To log in as a user, tap ‘Login with cis user name’ and ‘Login using cis user password’.
The admin can access the user and their cis network resources using the admin user name.
Users can log on to their system with cis admin credentials.
For additional information, see Admin access to users and cis network credentials.