Why is my password not recognised by the Multi-function Device (MFD)?

Why is my password not recognised by the Multi-function Device (MFD)?

Aimed at:  Edinburgh Napier’s staff and students

The Multi-function Device (MFD) screen is very sensitive, try using caps lock rather than the shift key for uppercase letters in your password.

If you have your University ID card you can use the card scanner to log in:

MFD Card Scanner

 

 

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