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Signing in with HPE Passport

If you already have a HPE Consumption Analytics Portal account, you can sign in to it using the credentials for your HPE Passport account. HPE Passport is a "single login" service that enables you to use a single user identifier and password of your choice to register with HPE Passport-enabled websites. This capability is known as single sign on (SSO).  Your HPE Passport stores your basic personal information - mainly your user id, password, name, e-mail address, country and language preferences - so you don't have to retype it when you return to one of HPE's websites in the future.

Your HPE Passport profile information is protected by industry standard encryption technology and follows HPE's strict privacy policies.

To use HPE Passport to log in to HPE Consumption Analytics Portal, you must complete the following steps.

Register with HPE Passport

To log in to the HPE Consumption Analytics Portal with HPE Passport, you must have an existing HPE Passport account, or register for one.

To register with HPE Passport 

  1. Visit the Create a new account page.
  2. Enter your basic contact and login information on the registration form.
  3. Optionally, you can enter additional information and set your communication preferences.
  4. Submit your registration form.
  5. Check your email inbox for a verification email from HPP.
  6. Click the link in the email to verify your email account.

 

After you're registered, the Create a new account page can also be used to:

  • Recover your user ID
  • Reset your password
  • Update the email ID associated with your account

See HPE Passport help on the About HPE Passport page.

Log in with HPE Passport

Once registered, you can use your HPE Passport account to log into the HPE Consumption Analytics Portal.

To sign in to the HPE Consumption Analytics Portal using HPE Passport

  1. Click the Sign in with HPE Passport account option:
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  2. Enter your HPE Passport credentials on the Sign in window:
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  3. Click Sign In.

 

As long as the HPE Passport user ID matches the email address on an existing HPE Consumption Analytics Portal account, you will see the message "Please wait while we sign you in with HPE Passport", then your default view will display:

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If you haven't verified your email address during HPE Passport registration, you will see the following message:

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To verify your email with HPE Passport

  1. Check your email inbox for a verification email from HPP:
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  2. Click the link in the email to verify your email account.
  3. In the form that opens in your browser, enter your HPE Passport login credentials and click Sign In..
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As long as the HPE Passport user ID matches the email address on an existing HPE Consumption Analytics Portal account, you will see the message "Please wait while we sign you in with HPE Passport", then your default view will display.

 

If the HPE Passport account email you entered doesn't match an existing HPE Consumption Analytics Portal account, the following message will display:

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In this case, please verify your HPE Passport account email, and contact your HPE Account Support Manager (ASM) if necessary.

 

Once you've successfully signed in with your new credentials, they won't be required on subsequent visits to the HPE Consumption Analytics Portal, as long as you're already signed in to an HPE Passport-enabled site.

If you log out of the HPE Consumption Analytics Portal after using HPE Passport to sign in, you won't be logged out of any other active HPE Passport-enabled sessions,.  However, any new HPE Passport login will require you to enter your HPE Passport credentials, since logging out of the HPE Consumption Analytics Portal when you used Passport as the login method will log you out of Passport as well.

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