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How to access CIS – Cadet Information System

NOTE: CIS is not a desktop app, it’s web app so it must be accessed using a browser. To simplify the instructions below, we’ll use Edge.

To access CIS

  1. Connect to the WREN network. (See conditions number 3 below if you’re not on post).
  2. Open the Edge browser and go to and sign in with your Microsoft 365 account.
  3. Once logged in, search for CIS and click on the app. This should bring you to the CIS home page.
  4. You may be presented with a user agreement or a consent window. You must accept the user agreement or consent to continue.


Conditions to accessing CIS

To access the CIS, the following conditions must be met.

  1. You must be a registered cadet with an active account.
    • Most active cadet should already be enrolled with permissions to access the service
    • If you’re not registered or active, you must go to S1 and resolve the issue.
    • If you just had a name change, you must go to S1 and update your records.
  2. You must have an M365 account to login with.
    • Your Microsoft 365 username and password will be used to log into CIS.
    • Most cadets already have one.
    • Goldcoats can assist with locked, disabled or if you need a new account created.
  3. CIS can only be accessed from the WREN network.
    • When you’re on post, you must be connected to the WREN network, wired or wireless.
    • If you’re not on post, you must connect to the WREN network via VPN using the Cisco AnyConnect VPN app.  You can install the VPN app by following the instructions here


Please Note: This application has been tested on Internet Explorer and Chrome and Edge. Please try these browsers if your preferred browser is not working properly.


Direct links to the app



MAC Users

*MAC users may get an error that says “Website Not Trusted” and must add certificates to a keychain using Keychain Access on Mac before they can access the site. A certificate file can be shared between computers. You can add certificates to your keychain for quick access to secure websites and other resources.


  1. On your Mac, drag the certificate file onto the Keychain Access icon or double-click the certificate file.
  2. To view the contents of the certificate before you add it, click Show Certificates in the dialog, then click OK when you’re done.
  3. If you’re asked to provide a name and password, type the name and password for an administrator user on this computer.
  4. Go to “Keychain”
  5. Go into the Certificates section and locate the certificate you just added
  6. Double click on it, enter the trust section.
  7. Under “When using this certificate” select “Always Trust”
  8. Close your browser, Reopen it, go back to AMS website.
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