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  1. I think this article is out-of-date, because I have the same question now and my recent version does not have this tab in my preferences. Where do we go now to set the startup home page preference?
  2. Thanks, we'll try this. Just curious: why wasn't this a problem when we were on the 7.X version? Surely our api was several versions behind the browser extension then. Also, will we need to upgrade the server every time the browser extension is updated? Thanks and best regards, -Drew
  3. We're receiving a Build Mismatch Error in the Chrome Browser Extension after upgrading from a 7.X version of Passwordstate to V8.5 (Build 8556) We followed the suggestions here to no avail: We've also taken other troubleshooting steps, but the issue remains: - Restart browser - Uninstall/reinstall browser extension - Clear cookies and site data What other troubleshooting steps can we take? Thanks! -Drew
  4. Following the documentation here: https://www.clickstudios.com.au/downloads/version8/Passwordstate_User_Manual.pdf on page 201, I am supposed to already have a PasswordStateApps App Pool. I only have Passwordstate (not "Apps") is that OK to use for the selfdestruct application?
  5. I recently purchased the YubiKey 4 based on this article: https://www.yubico.com/about/reference-customers/google/ which specifically talks about the FIDO U2F, also. So, it seems to make sense to go that route as Parrishk suggests.
  6. There are a lot of password solutions that have Yubico integrations: https://www.yubico.com/solutions/# Any chance this is on its way for PS? https://developers.yubico.com/
  7. Ok, thanks for the update, we will upgrade soon then.
  8. I’m unable to paste into the notes section of the upgraded Password State. Attempted with both IE and Chrome. Attempted after reboot. Others have confirmed the issue exists on their machines on chrome. Entering text is fine, but not pasting from the clipboard.
  9. One interesting update is that one of developers reported that it works great for him, but he only uses PS in IE. I tried it in IE and got the same result. We have always stored the IP and port for RDP in the URL, it is too bad that we can not just use that instead of setting up hosts and having to search for them every time. Here is a note from him: [10:47:59 AM] : Yeah, chrome doesn't do the login for me. IE does. [10:50:27 AM] : Firefox does the login. [10:50:47 AM] : But, in each case, you need to first copy the rdp url, and maybe the port. [10:50:51 AM] : It's not ideal. [10
  10. I removed the API key from the PowerShell Script. I re-read more carefully the instructions here: /remotesessionlauncher/Remote_Session_Launcher_Installation_Instructions.pdf, BUT... When I try: "By Creating One or More Remote Session Credential Queries", I link to the right credentials, I launch from the home page, and I re-enter the credentials when I try to launch the RDP (not sure why this is neccessary, but no big deal for the moment), then I still get prompted for the password (see attached). If I follow the instructions under "Remote Session Launcher with These Credentials", I search
  11. The API Key was NOT in the "C:\Program Files (x86)\Passwordstate Remote Session Launcher\PSLauncher.ps1" [string]$Global:APIKey variable, but I added it. However it did not resolve the issue. The "Remember My Credentials" is NOT checked on a manual RDP launch. WHen I tried it from another machine, the popup window would open and then close, but no RDP session started at all.
  12. I just installed 7 and I am super excited about all the new features. However, I am having trouble getting the Remote Session Launcher either with "Remote Session Launcher with These Credentials" or "Manual Launcher" to pass the password. It opens up the popup window and takes me to the RDP login window and I have to enter the password again. I would have expected it to pass the password and proceed to login for me. I am using a recent version of Chrome.
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