MyUH Troubleshooting Tips

In general, many problems with connecting to or using MyUH can be fixed by these things:

When logging in, I get an "Account Disabled" error message. How do I fix this?

There are three main causes for this error message:

  1. You have attempted to login with the incorrect password too many times.

    MyUH will automatically disable your account for a short time after too many login failures (the more failures, the longer the time the account is disabled). If your account is disabled for this reason, you should wait a few minutes and then try again. If this does not fix the problem, or if you need to login immediately, you should contact the ITS Help Desk to get your account reenabled.

  2. If you are not a current faculty, staff, or student of the University and your grace period to enroll in 'Ohana online services has ended, you will no longer be able to login to MyUH.

    MyUH is only available for current faculty, staff, and students. Former students who have enrolled in 'Ohana online services can check their unofficial transcripts by going to STAR. Former students who have not enrolled in 'Ohana online services will need to contact their campus' Admissions and Records office to request an official transcript. Former faculty, staff, or students trying to check email can do so through Google@UH Gmail.

  3. You were previously a faculty, staff, or student of the University and have recently rejoined the UH Community as a faculty, staff, or student.

    MyUH access is removed from a former faculty, staff, or student once their UH Username grace period has ended. When rejoining the UH Community, it takes five to ten minutes to restore MyUH access (during peak usage times, such as registration periods, this could be up to a couple hours). Try waiting five to ten minutes to access MyUH. If, after waiting, you still get this error, contact the ITS Help Desk to get your MyUH access restored.

I'm using Internet Explorer and I get a "Navigation to the webpage was cancelled" message.

Try following the steps in Ask Us article 1107 to correct this problem.

I time out very soon after logging into MyUH.

Please check which web browser you are using. The recommended browsers for MyUH are

  • Firefox or Firefox ESR
  • Internet Explorer (Windows)
  • Safari (Macintosh)

To check which web browser you are using:

PC: Go to the Help menu and select About...
Mac: Go to the menu to the direct right of the Apple menu, and select About...

If you are using a recommended web browser, also try one of the following:

  • Make sure that your browser's cookie setting is configured to accept cookies correctly. Cookie settings
  • Toolbars that are installed in your web browser may also have cookie settings. If you have a toolbar (e.g. Google toolbar, Yahoo toolbar, Bing toolbar), please check their options and make sure it's configured to allow cookies for
  • Security software such as McAfee or Symantec may also have cookie settings. Please check the options in your security software and make sure it's configured to allow cookies for
  • If all cookie settings are OK, make sure that is a trusted site for popups. Popup settings
  • Check your MyUH Portal time out setting, and increase it to the maximum:
    1. Login to MyUH Portal
    2. Click on the My Account tab
    3. Under "MyUH Portal Time out", select 180, then click Save Changes.
    4. You will need to logout and log back in for the change to take effect.

I've been seeing a page saying the MyUH is down, but it's past the date/time listed on the page.

Clear your cache, then go to and see if you now get the login page.

I am unable to connect to MyUH (I cannot reach the login page).

You can try these things:

  • Clear your cache
  • Allow as trusted site for popups and cookies in all toolbars and security software
  • Allow as a trusted site in any firewall software or hardware. Note: many routers and wireless access points are also hardware firewalls.

When I click on the "Get a UH Username" link, I get "page not found".

This page requires access through port 8888. If you are trying to access the page from a non-UH network such as a commercial business, they might have a firewall implemented on their network and not allow access through port 8888. You should check with your company's IT if there is a firewall in place.

If you are at home, make sure your software or hardware firewall (many routers and wireless access points also have a built in firewall) allows access through port 8888.

When I compose an email message in MyUH, there is no place to type the message body.

You can try these things:

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Article ID: 725
Created: Fri, 16 Feb 2007 2:51pm
Modified: Thu, 11 Dec 2014 9:40am