You must accept a valid State of Wisconsin certificate.
To check the certificate sender and certificate date:
Internet Explorer (IE) Security Alert Netscape Navigator (Navigator) New Site Certificate
Check the Belongs To/Issued To information and the valid dates of
You must accept session cookies
To check your browser setting:
For Internet Explorer (IE), choose Tools>Internet Options
from the menu bar, select the Security tab, and assuming the
Internet zone is selected, click Custom Level to display
the Security Settings dialog box. The setting list contains
a section labeled Cookies. Under "Allow per-session cookies
Enabled or Prompt must be selected.
For Netscape Navigator (Navigator), choose Edit>Preferences from
the menu bar and then click Advanced. In the section labeled Cookies,
either the Acceptall or Acceptonly
cookies option must be selected.
Your proxy server must pass cookies to the your browser
To check your browser setting:
For IE, choose Tools>Internet Options
from the menu bar, select the Connection tab.
For Navigator, choose Edit>Preferences
from the menu bar, then click Advanced>Proxies.
If you connect to the Internet by a proxy server, contact your network
administrator or your Internet Service Provider (ISP) to ensure that cookies
are not filtered out at the proxy. If they are, you will not be able to
access some State Web applications.
Your browser must support Web pages containing Java Script.
Pop-up Windows are used for documentation and confirmation of data entered.
Unique e-mail account
Each user account must have a unique e-mail address. Members of
the same family cannot use the same e-mail address. The e-mail must
be accessible both for activating your Wisconsin User ID account with
Self-Registration and for running Account Recovery if you forget your
User ID or Password.
By acquiring an account (user ID and password), you will have
accomplished the first of two steps in order to access some of
our secured sites. The second step is receiving authorization or
permission to access those particular sites and having that
authorization recorded on your account. You must contact the
application owner (e.g., sponsoring Agency or Program) to request
access prior to logging in to the application with your Wisconsin
User ID and Password. Some sites will allow you to perform this
second step in a kind of "self-electing" or
However, the administrators responsible for most of these sites will
need to be contacted and you will need to provide your name and email
address to them. If you meet the requirements for using those sites,
the administrator will find your account using the name and email address
you provided and record the authorization on your account. Only when
this authorization step is completed will your account be granted access
to a secured web application.
The applications documented here create many of the pages you see.
They are dynamic pages that are customized for you at the time you
request them. Many Web browsers store pages that you have already
visited in case you request those pages again by
using the Forward or Back button. You should not use
the browser's Forward and Back buttons to navigate. Instead, you should
use the links provided within the application to navigate.