Log in to vs. Log into

Log in is a phrasal verb that means that you connect to a machine (such as a host, server, workstation and so on) or authenticate to a user interface by providing your credentials. In this case, to is a preposition that links the phrasal verb to the upcoming word.

That is why the correct spelling is log in to not log into.

Examples

  1. Log into the VAO UI as a VAO Administrator or Plan Author.

Log in to the VAO UI as a VAO Administrator or Plan Author.

  1. Log into the machine where Veeam ONE Monitor Client is installed.

Log in to the machine where Veeam ONE Monitor Client is installed.

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