Incognito & Private Browsing Modes disable all browser settings and 3rd party applications. You can use these modes to test portal access to ensure you don't have applications like security suites or pop-up blockers interfering with you trying to log into the system.

Google Chrome:

  1. On your computer, open Chrome.
  2.   At the top right, click More More and then New Incognito Window.
  3.   A new window appears. In the top corner, check for the Incognito icon Incognito.

Microsoft EDGE

  1. Right-click the Microsoft Edge logo in the taskbar and select New InPrivate window.
  2. In Microsoft Edge, right-click a link and select Open link in InPrivate window.
  3. In Microsoft Edge, select Settings and more > New InPrivate window.

Mozilla Firefox

  1. To open a Private Browser Window in Firefox, click on the Firefox Menu in the upper-right-hand corner of the browser.
  2. Select New Private Window
  3. You can also use the shortcut Shift + ⌘ + P (on macOS) or Shift + CTRL + P (on Windows/Linux).

Microsoft Internet Explorer 11

    InPrivate Browsing in IE 11
  1. Simply click on the gear icon located at the top right of the window. 
  1. Then click on Safety and then click on InPrivate Browsing
  2. As you can see from the screen shot below, you can also just press CTRL + SHIFT + P on your keyboard, which is way faster.

Apple Safari

  1. Open Safari on your iPhone or iPod touch.
  2. Tap the new page button .
  3. Tap Private, then tap Done.