Your VSOE password is the password that is associated with your VSOE account.
Your VSOE password is the one that you enter on login prompt when you are accessing the Viterbi Exchange email server, among other VSOE systems. You also use your VSOE password to access your Viterbi webmail at vsoemail.usc.edu.
Effective 2/24/14, your VSOE account must be changed every 365 days in compliance with password policy of USC Information Security Office.
Click here to enter VSOE self-service password management system.
Click here to access VSOE password change tutorial.
Due to system requirements, your password must be at least 12 characters long with a maximum length of 32 characters. You may use any of the following in your password.
Please note that you could use all lower cases if you prefer. You do not need to have one from each of the above categories. Your best option is to create a phrase that is 12 characters or longer that will be easy to remember. Something like “TheLegoMovie” or “theempirestrikesback.”
Your password can not:
Systems That Rely on the VSOE Password
Below is a list of the systems that require your VSOE password. When you change your VSOE password, the change will apply to the systems below.
Please note that your VSOE password is NOT associated with systems administered with USC NetID account credentials such as, but not limited to, MyViterbi, Office365, USC Blackboard, etc.
Tips When Changing Your Password
After changing your VSOE password, you will also need to update your password in any other programs or mobile devices such as your smartphone or tablets where your password has been stored. This includes email applications such as mobile email app, Microsoft Outlook, Thunderbird, and Apple Mail.