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The online reset password functionality is only available for SAIL/XDS accounts. If you are an employee or internal consultant using a Global (Scania Corporate) account, please contact Scania service desk or access user self service to reset your password.
To reset or change yor XDS password please use the Password Self Service. The XDS account was formerly known as the SAIL account.
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Besides logging into Scania using our XDS and Global accounts, some markets have the ability to log in using their local credentials, thus enabling single sign-on.