Welcome to the MGH Institute IT & Operations Help Desk
In order to streamline support requests and better serve you, we utilize a support ticket system. Every support request is assigned a unique ticket number which you can use to track the progress and responses online. For your reference we provide complete archives and history of all your support requests. A valid email address is required.View our Frequently Asked Questions. Click to expand Follow Us!@MGHIHPHelp MGH IHP Help Desk
To recover your username and/or password, please go to the IONLINE homepage.
In the top right hand corner of the page, click on the link labeled "What is my user ID?" or "What is my password?"
For each process, you will need to supply your last name and your Social Security number with dashes for the system to identify you.
If you are resetting your password, please select an email address from the drop down menu and a temporary password will be emailed to you. When you log in with your username and your temporary password you will be asked to change your password before you can access IONLINE. When prompted for your old password, use the temporary password that was emailed to you.
- Go here and enter your Partners User Name and click Log In.
- Click "Forgot or Expired Password" link.
- Answer your security Questions and click Next.
- Verify your security image and passphrase then enter a new password. Click Continue.
Please allow the system a few minutes to update your new password before logging in.
Due to the fact that the MGH Institute does not administer Partners accounts, if you receive any errors when trying to change your Partners password or if you have forgotten your security questions, you will need to contact the Partners Help Desk at (617) 726-5085
To configure your handheld device to receive MGH Institute email, please follow the instructions below.
iPhone & iPad
After you change your Partners password, you will find that your wireless connection will stop working. This is because your computer is trying to connect using the old password.
Changing your wireless password will depend on what type of operating sytem you have.
Please click on the links below for step-by-step instructions.
Mac OS 10.6 and earlier
Mac OS 10.7 and later
How to determine which Mac OS you are running
If you have been experiencing issues printing on the wireless network while using Mac OS X 10.8,
please click on the link below to resolve the issue:
Pharos Printing Fix for Mac OS X 10.8 and higher