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  1. SeSchi

    Update not working

    Good hint with the admin group Works now. Thanks!
  2. SeSchi

    Update not working

    Hello, I've just tried to update from build 8744 to the latest one. But I got the following error in the error console after clicking the "Start Upgrade" button on the "Step 1 - Upgrade the Web Files" page: Sorry, it is a german Windows... But it means something like "access to path 'c:\inetpub\Passwordstate\upgrades\UpgradeLog.txt' denied". The question is: who or what needs that access. Regards Sebastian
  3. You're right. It works now! Thanks :)
  4. Hey, I just edited the Default Password Policy to not use words. And also checked the box to prevent that users can use their own password policy. I also executed the SQL from https://www.clickstudios.com.au/community/index.php?/topic/2555-default-password-generator-works-differently-the-first-time/ for existing lists (which works fine, it generates now passwords without words in existing lists) but if I create a new list (which has the Default Password Policy selected, there is only this list available) it always adds a word. The password generator on the upper right is working as expected. Any idea? Regards Sebastian
  5. SeSchi

    Multiple URLs in URL field

    Too bad Thx for the reply.
  6. It would be cool to have multiple URL fields or the possibility to add multiple URLs (in any way) per password record. For example: We have multiple networks switches (webmanaged) which have the same password. I'm very sure that we are not the only ones who have this This makes it impossible to use the Browser Extension with just one password record. Just from the Browser Extension point a regex/wildcard functionality could work also. One URL field with one entry like 'switch-*-xy' which matches all switches like 'switch-1-xy', 'switch-2-xy' and so on...
  7. Hello, is it possible to have multiple URLs in the URL field of a password? We do have a few network switches (web managed) which uses the same password... Or is there any other way to store such entries? Regards Sebastian
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