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Ruber Rodriguez

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  1. Hi there. Thanks for the reply. You're right, permissions on that folder was causing my inconvenient. I fixed it adding the permissions to the user that execute the backup. Upgrade successful.
  2. Hi. I forgot mention the version i use: V7.8 (Build 7821) New Version Available (V7.8 Build 7863) I use an a self signed certificate.
  3. Hi there. I having an issue at a time to perform an upgrade, I get the next error message - Stopping Passwordstate Windows Service..... - Compressing and backing up web files..... - Removing old backup files..... - Download started..... - Extracting new files..... - Installing new files..... - Upgrade error detected - Referencia a objeto no establecida como instancia de un objeto. - Method = DeleteFilesInFolder 04/01/2017 11:48:37 a. m. Error Code = Subproceso anulado., StackTrace = en System.
  4. Hi there, thanks for the reply. I made tests again once the machine was restarted and everything works again. I didn't know what was wrong but after the restart all works again with the new domain. Reggards.
  5. Hi, thanks for the reply. I made the change that you suggest, and the same error persists. Also I installed it (remote session launcher) in a new machine and I got the same error. Is there a way to enable more debug? So could find more easily whats wrong.
  6. Hi there. I had a functionally installation of passwordstate, but I decided change the domain to enter at web page of Passwordstate, I create a new ssl certificate and installed it, but when I try to launch remote session launcher i get the error in the file "PSLauncher.txt" Remote Session Launcher API Key not found for user. With the previous domain works perfect. How can I resolve this issue? Reggards.
  7. Thanks to you for the replies, happy to help. Regards.
  8. Hi there. Because root is a super user, didn't ask for the current password, only the new password and confirm. I try run the script manually again modifying the line #73 that you comment: $ResetCmd = "echo -e '$NewPassword\n$NewPassword' | passwd" And the script made the change successfully. Now, testing the script again with a normal account, works well too, so the problem is when modify superuser accounts.
  9. Hi, Next show you the output about what you suggest: Executing for Host 'centos7v2.xxxx.xx' at 19/10/2016 08:37:02 a.m.. Success Changing password for user root. New password: Retype new password: Sorry, passwords do not match. New password: Retype new password: Password change aborted. New password: Password change aborted. passwd: Have exhausted maximum number of retries for service
  10. Hi there, thanks for your reply. This is the translated error: /var/log/secure <== Oct 18 18:18:11 localhost passwd: pam_pwquality(passwd:chauthtok): pam_get_authtok_verify returned error: Failed preliminary check by password service Oct 18 18:18:11 localhost passwd: pam_pwquality(passwd:chauthtok): pam_get_authtok_verify returned error: Authentication token manipulation error Oct 18 18:18:11 localhost passwd: pam_pwquality(passwd:chauthtok): pam_get_authtok_noverify returned error: Authentication token manipulation error
  11. Hi there, thanks for the reply. Effectively, restart the PC and disappears the error. Now I'm having another issue, when for testing purposes expire password manually on a CentOS 7, I get the following error: Oct 18 09:07:29 localhost sshd[9638]: pam_unix(sshd:session): session opened for user root by (uid=0) Oct 18 09:07:29 localhost passwd: pam_pwquality(passwd:chauthtok): pam_get_authtok_verify returned error: Error de comprobaci├│n preliminar del servicio de contrase├▒a Oct 18 09:07:29 localhost passwd: pam_pwquality(passwd:chauthtok): pam_get_authtok_verif
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