Using the password security dialog
Find the Password Security dialog in the Options tab of the ribbon menu. Navigate
Security tab and click on the [Password Security] button.
Use the Password Security dialog to set expiration times, password strength, and naming
The default values of zero (0) mean that a setting is not active.
When a User is Locked Out, Administrators can reset the User sign-in from the User
Days Before Expiration: Number of days before a User's Password
expires and must be changed.
Unused Days Before Expiration: Number of days a User can
signing in before their Password expires and must be changed.
Invalid Password Attempts: Number of times an incorrect Password
be entered for a given User before that User is locked out. Entering a correct Password
for the same User sets the number of incorrect password attempts for that user back
Minimum Character password rules are enforced when the User creates a new dialog
in. The Password assigned by the Administrator in the User dialog is Temporary and is
subject to these rules.
Upper Case: Minimum number of Upper Case characters required
Lower Case: Minimum number of Lower Case characters required
Special: Minimum number of Special Characters required in
Length: Minimum overall length required for all Passwords.
Cannot Contain User Names: When checked, Passwords cannot
the First, Last, or User name of the User signing in.
Different From Temp: When checked, Passwords cannot be the
as the Temporary Passwords set by the Administrators.
Last updated: 27 Feb 2017
Compatibility: Calibration Control versions 8.3 to current
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