Procedures for Requesting Civilian System User Ids
Version 10 – 26 Aug 04
These instructions will help process your request for Civilian System User IDs. These instructions are broken down by
appropriate system applications and correlate with the System User ID Request Worksheet. If you have questions regarding
access to a particular system, please contact the System Administrator for that system listed below. If you have questions
regarding the overall instructions and/or Worksheet, please contact the POC at 565-2700 or DSN 665-2700.
General 1. Obtain the System User ID Request Worksheet from our web site
2. Complete the Worksheet in accordance with these instructions and the instructions contained on it.
3. The top of the Worksheet has appropriate place to which the completed Worksheet should be sent.
4. Passwords for each system to which you have access must be reset every 90 days.
5. Be sure to review the procedures for keeping our systems secure. For AFPC users, the document is
located on DPC’s intranet; for others, it will be provided by your base-level systems point of contact.
I. Application(s) Requested Contact the POC at DSN 665-2700 or 565-2700
Guidance: All fields Mark check boxes for all applications for which the user is requesting
II. Personal Information Contact the POC at DSN 665-2700 or 565-2700
Guidance: All fields All fields are self-explanatory and reflect personal information for the
person who needs systems access.
III. DCPDS Contact the System Administrators at DSN 665-2700 or 565-2700
Guidance: Requested User ID To be assigned by the PSM for Base Level or AFPC/DPDOPC for all
others. Example of format: R9PCONLEE-BMG
First digit of base name, i.e., R for Randolph
Two Digit CPF ID, i.e., 9P for Randolph
Up to 10 character combination of last name/first name
Mandatory Responsibility, i.e., BMG for a Base Manager. See
Page 2 of the System User ID Request Worksheet for details on
PAS/Organization Component This determines what records will be accessible by the user. For
Codes Example, 9P09FPMM% for access to all records in this particular
CSU User ID Recommend this is set up the same as the DCPDS User ID, with the
exception of the responsibility extension, i.e. -BMG.
Manager or CPO Access This determines if the CSU user will have Manager or CPO Access.
Default Printer Name Printer that will be used to print from DCPDS. Use the following naming
CPF ID, i.e., 4U_
Last Four Characters of PAS Code, i.e. FJKL_
Office Symbol, i.e., DPCC1, DPCC2, etc.
Maximum of 14 characters
Default Printer IP Address The IP address is only needed if this is a new printer not currently
available in DCPDS. If you don’t know the IP, talk to your organizational
Systems representative to assist.
A. Requested Responsibilities Mark all that apply
B. Requested Permissions Mark all that apply
C. RPA Information
RPA Request ID Determined by the Base Level PSM for base level users or
AFPC/DPDOPC for all others. Use up to 9 characters and the first two
(2) MUST be your CPF ID, i.e., 9P for Randolph AFB. If fewer than 9
characters are used, we will backfill with zeros (0).
EXAMPLES: 9PDPCXO00 if by Office Symbol or 9PSMITH00 if by a
Group In-Box Name See page 2 of User ID Request Worksheet for specifics
Group in-Box Description See page 2 of User ID Request Worksheet for specifics
IV. Business Objects (BO) Contact the System Administrators at DSN 665-2261 or 565-2261
Guidance: Business Objects Universe Access Mark the universe(s) required.
Additional 1. If Business Objects software is not already loaded on your computer
Guidance: and you work at AFPC, submit a Remedy ticket to PERSLAN to
have it loaded. Base Level personnel should contact your local
Personnel Systems Administrator.
2. When you have the software loaded or when your User Id is
established, your Systems Administrator will provide you with your
User Id and initial password.
3. The first time you log on you will be told your password has expired.
Hit “OK”, re-enter that same initial password you were given as the
“Old Password”, and create a new password.
4. Your new password should be eight characters long, easy to
remember, hard to guess, and contain three of the following four
characteristics: Numbers, special characters, upper case letters or
lower case letters. Examples: Iam29yrs (I am 29 years) 2bRn0t2b
(To be or not to be). NOTE: BO will only accept a dash “ -“,
underscore “_”, or dollar sign “$” as special characters.
5. Re-enter the new password a second time for verification.
V. Resumix/CPDSS Contact the System Administrators at DSN 665-1011 or 565-1011
Guidance: Internal Users - Resumix Select only RECRUITER for Resumix when requesting staffing position
accounts. AFPC call center ONLY select OPERATOR or
Internal Users - CPDSS Selections are: STAFFER (normal role), SENIOR_STAFFER
(Template creation, approval), CLASSIFIER (exp_hist coding only) and
VIEW_ONLY (no resume import, can view only), CLASS_STAFF (all
privileges except template approval authority)
External Users - Resumix Select RECRUITER only (no resume delete).
External Users/DEU - CPDSS Select same as Internal User - CPDSS
DEU Users - Resumix Select DEU
VI. IVRS/Aspect Contact the System Administrators at DSN 665-1011 or 565-1011
Guidance: Internal Users (AFPC/DPC) Mark the Call Center that applies
Mark the Aspect responsibility that applies, can be both
Choose what type of IVRS access is needed using the drop down box.
VII. PARIS Contact the System Administrators at DSN 665-1011 or 565-1011
Guidance: For Internal Users (AFPC/DPC) PARIS accounts will be established upon acknowledgement from
PERSLAN Admin that a PERSLAN account has been established for the
new AFPC/DPC employee.
For External Users (CPF only) PARIS access requests will be for Civilian Personnel Flight (CPF)
employees only and will be accepted only from the CPF Personnel
Systems Manager (PSM)
VIII. PrintView Web Contact the System Administrator at DSN 665-1011 or 565-1011
Guidance: For All Users PrintView Web requires the user to have access to the AFPC Secure Web
site. To set up a user’s PrintView Web account, the System Administrator
requires the user’s name and SSAN, and the PAS/Organization
Component Codes the user requires access to. The System Administrator
can obtain this information from Part I of the user’s Worksheet.