Paul Siegenthaler wrote:
Congratulations - great enhancements.
And now, my million dollar question : when new users have been given a password, how can one let them change their password without them having to ask the system administrator to modify their existing password to something they find easier to remember / more convenient to use ??? This feature exists on the vast majority of "members only" id/password protected websites, but I have not discovered how to emulate this using Coffee Cupg website acces manager.
Sorry but that is not an option and really could never be. If you think about it, how would something that be accomplished? All user names and passwords are in the Windows application itself. How would the server communicate with the windows application to change the password? For something like that, you would need a database on the server and then Access Manager would have to talk to that and the Website would have to talk to the database as well.... Now we are dealing with SQL or MySQL.
As you can see, it would get complicated very fast and that is why you don't find many applications out there with that level of functionality, or at least for $34