The admin user can not change or update the user's password

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The admin user can not change or update the user's password

Postby mah2563 » Tue Jan 09, 2018 12:04 am

if
Tools -> Advanced Settings -> "Use password hash" AND "hashed password" (in ASP.NET Maker v2018) are Checked
OR
Only "hashed password" is Checked
===>
The user can change his password.
But
The administrator user can not update/change the user's password.
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Re: The admin user can not change or update the user's passw

Postby motfs » Tue Jan 09, 2018 1:54 pm

> The administrator user can not update/change the user's password.

Any error message? Is it a hard code Administrator or not? Try to enable debug mode (click Tools -> Advanced Settings -> Debug) to see more.
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Re: The admin user can not change or update the user's passw

Postby mah2563 » Wed Jan 10, 2018 1:07 pm

-No
-hard code Administrator and User with administrator roles
-No error
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Re: The admin user can not change or update the user's passw

Postby kirondedshem » Wed Jan 10, 2018 2:06 pm

If you mean that when you enabled "change password" option in Login options of advanced security.

>Someone Correct me if am wrong, but i think
1. This enabled any NON hard coded user to change thier own password when they log in.
2. Since this works only for users who belong to the users table. The hardcoded Admin user should not be able to change thier password as it cant be store anywhere.

3. This option DOES NOT automatically create options in users list for any admin to reset passwords for other users.

So if option 3 is what you are looking for then you can easily impliment it by making an editable that allows only to change the password of a specific account ad add it as a list option linking to the edit page of this view passing the user id for those who have permission to it.
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