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  • password ?

    Hi Phorum,

    I have a user that I showed how to add a password to block out other users. Now she forgot it. Does V4.5 have a provision to get around this?

    efs

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    RE: password ?

    Where does the password get entered?

    On startup?
    There can be only one.

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    • #3
      RE: password ?

      Ed, IMHO your question is best discussed privately. Having password protected a few scripts I would not want one of my customers logging on to this public phorum and figuring out how this might be done... Pardon me for being a grouch, but I haven't finished my coffee this morning. -- tom

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      • #4
        RE: password ?

        Hi Stan,

        It is on the startup form.

        Thank you,
        efs

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        • #5
          RE: password ?

          Hi Tom,

          Your not bing a grouch, just using good common sense. Feel free to email me or if you prefer, I'll call you on the phone.

          Thank you,
          efs

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          • #6
            RE: password ?

            Tom,

            My wife would be upset with me if I started coffee at 3 am. Are you actually on at this time or is the server time at ALPHA off

            Bob Sullivan

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            • #7
              RE: password ?

              If it's really 3AM, coffee will not stop your being a grouch.

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              • #8
                RE: password ?

                The clock must be off. My computer says it's 19:08, about 3 hours and 13 minutes off. GMT differs from EDT by 4 hours so it's not on that. Daggone, now I'm confused.

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                • #9
                  RE: password ?

                  I've noticed the time discrepancy before, and have assumed the server is in California... using PST, instead of EST. Sounds reasonable, right?

                  -- tom

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                  • #10
                    RE: password ?

                    Ed, when using access passwords what I do is make sure that the script checking the password first checks for my own over-ride password before doing any normal validation. Saves much gnashing of teeth.

                    -Barry

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                    • #11
                      RE: password ?

                      For correct time you can try something called "1st Clock" at the following software company.

                      http://www.greenparrots.com/?clock

                      Neat software...you set your time zone, and pick a couple of time servers, the software goes out and synchronizes the most accurate time and adjusts the time display on your screen accordingly. Also has a neat alarm that can schedule once or repetitvely. It's so cool it seems like something Alpha might have made.

                      Only problem, it's doesn't make a hot cup of coffee...not even at 3AM.

                      Mike
                      Thank you,
                      Mike Konoff

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                      • #12
                        RE: password ?

                        Or, cheapskates like me can go to:

                        http://www.boulder.nist.gov/timefreq/index.html

                        to check the time or for a free download to update your computer.

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