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No, there is currently no way for users to change their passwords. The
localauth system was basically a quick hack to allow some sort of internal
account to be used. There is a pretty well designed web account management
system we will be incorporating into VCL in the future, but we haven't set a
time to focus on that yet.
I'll see if I can come up with a quick way to add in the ability to change the
password for users with the Local affiliation on the User Preferences page.
On Monday March 30, 2009, Brian Bouterse wrote:
> I've created a few usern...@local users, and this user information is
> stored in the VCL database. I've assigned these usernames random
> passwords so that I can send them to their owners. I'd like their
> owners to be able to change this password form the web interface. Is
> this possible?
> Brian Bouterse
> Secure Open Systems Initiative
Virtual Computing Lab (VCL)
North Carolina State University
my GPG/PGP key can be found at pgp.mit.edu
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