Have you forgotten your RossNetID or password? If so, here's what to do.
Your RossNetID consists of your first and last initials followed by a dot followed by a four digit serial number (for those initials). So if your name is John Smith, your RossNetID will be one of JS.0001 or JS.0002 or similar.
First, if the computer you are using is logged in to RossNet, then you can simply display your profile. Your profile contains your RossNetID.
Second, if you archive your email, you could dig up the email that the Registry web (firstname.lastname@example.org) sent you when you registered. That email contains your RossNetID along with your original password.
Third, you can search for yourself in the RossNet user database.
Finally, as a last resort, you can email Ross for help. However, if you couldn't find yourself using a search, then chances are you aren't registered (or your registration somehow got lost) and you should simply register again.
If you can remember your RossNetID, but you can't remember your password, you can get your password emailed to your official RossNet email address just by supplying your RossNetID below.