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  1. Hi, Thanks for your response. I have since noticed that this synchronization failure seems to coincide with the passwordstate service on the management server faulting and stopping, ------------------------------------------ The Passwordstate Service service terminated unexpectedly. It has done this 1 time(s). ------------------------- Faulting application name: Passwordstate.exe, version:, time stamp: 0x55a1962e Faulting module name: ntdll.dll, version: 6.3.9600.17736, time stamp: 0x550f4336 Exception code: 0xc0000374 Fault offset: 0x00000000000f0f20 Faulting process id: 0x530 Faulting application start time: 0x01d0d8c675eeb7ed Faulting application path: C:\inetpub\Passwordstate\Bin\Passwordstate.exe Faulting module path: C:\Windows\SYSTEM32\ntdll.dll Report Id: 0fc35fae-4552-11e5-80d5-001dd8b71cff Faulting package full name: Faulting package-relative application ID: -------------------------------------- Any ideas? thanks nick.
  2. Hi, I have passwordstate setup to sync the AD security group membership every 5 minutes but it keeps stopping! The Last sync date is a couple of days ago, yet the settings are definitely set to sync every 5 minutes. The only way it seems to be able to get it to sync automatically is to restart the server that hosts the application.. the sync runs every 5 minutes as expected but then stops again after a few hours or days. It is imperative that this reliably syncs every 5 minutes, can you please help? thanks NIck.
  3. Great! Thanks for clearing that up for me. Please let me know when the new release is available with this changes. Kind Regards Nick.
  4. Hi, Thanks for submitting the feature request for me. Regarding the user guide, it is not the 'User Acceptance Policy' i'm talking about it is the 'User Guide' which appears when the user logs in for the first time.. I wan't to be able to disable this. Also, if a user account is deleted, is the auditing data for this user also deleted? Or Purged after a certain amount of days? thanks nick.
  5. Hi, Many thanks for that! The auditing works perfectly now.. I allow permissions to view auditing data in the system settings then restrict these down by using security groups and menu access settings. Regarding the Tree Collapsing, that's a great work around at the moment to be able to Hold CTRL and collapse the tree, though in the future it would be great if we could decide this by a check box in the 'User Account policies' maybe? So new years are defaulted. One last thing that is bugging me if that's ok... I remember in a previous version of passwordstate there was the option to disable the userguide for new users when they first login.. but I can't find this option anywhere on the latest release! Does this still exist or was I imagining it all along?? Many thanks Nick.
  6. Hi, I am currently still testing our installation of passwordstate within the business and have a couple of questions regarding fuctionality. Can you please confirm what permissions are required for users to be able to view Auditing information for password lists? We currently have it setup so that users get the minimum permissions possible, the only way I have seen so far for a user to be able to view audting data is if they have a minimum of 'Modify' permissions on a shared list. Is there an option so that the user can only have read permissions but also reporting? Secondly.. whenever a user logs into passwordstate the password tree is always fully extended... this is annoying when we have hundreds of folders or passwords lists and the user has to collapse each tree to make it easier to navigate.. hopefully I'm just missing something here but is there an option so the navigation tree is collapses on login? kind Regards Nick.
  7. Hi, Please keep me updated if this is included in a release. regards Nick.
  8. Hi, Thanks again.. Yes you understood correctly.. So basically, if a user has access to a password list then they can view the password without further permissions.... the most limited permissions you can give are view. Is it possible to request this feature in a further release? Either another permission for password lists such as 'List Passwords Only'... or an option someone that states "non admin users must be approved to view passwords". Otherwise, I cant see a way of controlling access to passwords? Either they see everything or nothing. thanks Nick.
  9. Hi, Thanks for your response. However, If i disable these two request menus, how does the logged in user request access to passwords? Sorry if this doesn't make sense. I need the users to be able to have access to password lists, but when they need to see the actual passwords it needs to be approved first. Other password lists should be completely invisible and non-requestable. thanks NIck.
  10. Hi, I've successfully setup passwordstate 7.0 and have been testing for a while now, however I cant see if it's possible to do the following.. Basically, we have two sets of users in our business.. 1. Users who can see all passwords 2. users who can only see CERTAIN passwords/password lists, the lists they can see they MUST request access and it must be approved before they can access. They must not be able to request access or see any other lists than those they have access to. I can see that passwordstate is capable of permissions, giving certain users/groups access to specific lists.. However, If a user does not have access to a shared passwordlist they can STILL see it (and the lists of passwords within it) from the 'Request access to password list' menu. This is a BIG no no... I need to be able to hide password lists completely from people who should not even know they exist, even if they can only see that the password list exists and no further information. Hopefully I am missing something simple.. Please advise. Nick.
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