Requesting some feedback for the next version of Passwordstate

Hi Everyone,

We’ve started some planning for the next version of Passwordstate, and we would very much love to hear from you if you have any suggestions for what you would like to see in the new version. Simply leave some feedback on this post, or contact us via the web site.

Thanks for all your support and suggestions so far.

Regards

Click Studios

Passwordstate 4.1 Released

Hello Everyone,

Available immediately is version 4.1 of Passwordstate, which includes 10 bug fixes and 3 new improvements since the release of version 4.0. More detail can be found here – http://www.clickstudios.com.au/passwordstate-changelog.html.

For customers wishing to upgrade from version 4.0, please follow these instructions:

  1. Backup your Passwordstate4 database
  2. Download the latest copy of Passwordstate from here – http://www.clickstudios.com.au/downloads/passwordstate.zip
  3. Take a copy of the web.config file
  4. Uninstall Passwordstate from Control Panel (please note your database will not be touched during the uninstall)
  5. Once uninstalled, reinstall Passwordstate
  6. Replace the web.config file from step 3
  7. Restart the Windows Service ‘Passwordstate Service’
  8. If you have modified the standard ‘passwordstate4’ cname DNS entry for the web site, or configured the web site to use a SSL certificate, you will need to redo these steps
  9. Navigate to Passwordstate in your web browser, and run through the wizard to upgrade to version 4.1

We hope you enjoy the new version of Passwordstate, and we thank you for your kind support.

Kind Regards
Click Studios

Minor Bug Release Update

Hi All,

I’ve released a minor update for Passwordstate 4, which fixes 9 bugs and adds 2 new improvements since it’s release.

Details of the fixes can be found here – Passwordstate Changelog.

Thanks to all of you who have helped identify the bugs, and done some testing for the fixes.

Kind Regards
Mark

Passwordstate 4.0 Released

Hello Everyone,

Click Studios is proud to announce the next release of our Password Management System called Passwordstate. Version 4.0 is ready for immediate download, and all version 3 customers can upgrade at no cost, and reuse their existing registration keys.

Version 4.0 comes with 20 new improvements, with details of the changes available at the following link – http://www.clickstudios.com.au/passwordstate-changelog.html.

To download the new version, please click here – http://www.clickstudios.com.au/downloads/passwordstate.zip. Within this zip file you will find the Windows installer and installation instructions.

We hope you enjoy the new version of Passwordstate, and we thank you for your kind support.

Kind Regards
Click Studios

Version 3.1 Released

Version 3.1 of Passwordstate is released today, and includes various fixes and enhancements. You can download 3.1 from our website – http://www.clickstudios.com.au

Changelog

  • Fix – Certain special characters in the Password field was causing issues with displaying the password in the grid view and password history screens (Ref 31.08)
  • Update – Updated help file for specifying a value for the ‘Domain Name’ field in System Setting screen – explains how to specify LDAP query string for large Active Directory implementations (Ref 31.07)
  • Update – When querying users or security groups in Active Directory (when adding users), an animated progress graphic is displayed whilst the query is executing (Ref 31.06)
  • Update – Changed compare history pages so the passwords are masked by default (Ref 31.05)
  • Fix – Made various hyperlinks more apparent by setting ‘text-decoration’ property to ‘underline’ (Ref 31.04)
  • Fix – Fixed issue where granting access to a Shared Password List for a user was not displaying any search results (Ref 31.03)
  • Fix – Fixed issue when exporting passwords where a string field was being incorrectly interpretted as a date field (Ref 31.02)
  • Fix – fixed data import issue from version 2 where rogue user accounts where assigned to shared password lists (Ref 31.01)