** Description changed:

  * Impact
  When the U1 account credential expire it's not possible to disable livepatch
  
  * Test case
  - install/enable livepatch (from the first login wizard or 
software-properties)
- - invalidate your U1 credentials (unsure if there is a manual way to do that?)
+ - invalidate your U1 credentials:
+   * open "Password and Keys"
+   * Search for an entry containing "ubuntusso"
+   * Right click and open "Properties"
+   * Show the password entry
+   * Modify the 'macaroon' field (e.g. add a 1 at the beginning of the string 
so you can easily remote it later)
  - open software-properties
  
  -> the livepatch status should be marked as enable but the control
  active so it's possible to disable it
  
  * Regression potential
  
  Check that the software-properties checkbox reflect the correct status
  when the account are valid and invalid
- 
  
  ----------------
  
  I enabled LivePatch via gnome-initial-setup and added my U1 account to
  g-o-a.
  
  My U1 account gets marked as expired quite often.  When it's expired the
  LP entry in Software & Updates is not ticked to show that LP is running.
  When my u1 account is re-authenticated then everything shows correctly.
  
  This could make it seem that LivePatch does not run if your account
  expires, which is not the case.

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Title:
  LivePatch in Software & Updates shows that LP is not enabled when the
  U1 account has expired in g-o-a

Status in software-properties package in Ubuntu:
  Fix Released

Bug description:
  * Impact
  When the U1 account credential expire it's not possible to disable livepatch

  * Test case
  - install/enable livepatch (from the first login wizard or 
software-properties)
  - invalidate your U1 credentials:
    * open "Password and Keys"
    * Search for an entry containing "ubuntusso"
    * Right click and open "Properties"
    * Show the password entry
    * Modify the 'macaroon' field (e.g. add a 1 at the beginning of the string 
so you can easily remote it later)
  - open software-properties

  -> the livepatch status should be marked as enable but the control
  active so it's possible to disable it

  * Regression potential

  Check that the software-properties checkbox reflect the correct status
  when the account are valid and invalid

  ----------------

  I enabled LivePatch via gnome-initial-setup and added my U1 account to
  g-o-a.

  My U1 account gets marked as expired quite often.  When it's expired
  the LP entry in Software & Updates is not ticked to show that LP is
  running.  When my u1 account is re-authenticated then everything shows
  correctly.

  This could make it seem that LivePatch does not run if your account
  expires, which is not the case.

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