RT2: Users and Passwords

How can I grant password change permissions to my users? Presently, if a
user wants to change their password, they have to ask me to do it.

Thanks.

Trevor Sky Garside
trevor@trevorsky.com

PS – Wonderful system…

Grant the user ‘ModifySelf’. Then they should be able to change their password
from “prefs” via the web ui.On Tue, Jul 10, 2001 at 02:38:46PM -0700, Trevor Sky Garside wrote:

How can I grant password change permissions to my users? Presently, if a
user wants to change their password, they have to ask me to do it.

Thanks.

Trevor Sky Garside
trevor@trevorsky.com

PS – Wonderful system…


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This is scary. I’m imagining tracerouting you and seeing links like “Route
84” and “Route 9, Exit 14”. Obviously, this is illness induced.
–Cana McCoy

Grant them the right “ModifySelf”.

Ok, I tracked down these options. Perhaps a link could be added under the
"users" section to this page? I would have expected to find this listed out
for each individual user, instead of under Global options.

Thanks.

Trevor Sky Garside
trevor@trevorsky.comFrom: “Jesse” jesse@fsck.com
To: “Trevor Sky Garside” trevor@trevorsky.com
Cc: rt-users@lists.fsck.com
Sent: Wednesday, July 11, 2001 9:09 AM
Subject: Re: [rt-users] RT2: Users and Passwords

Grant the user ‘ModifySelf’. Then they should be able to change their
password
from “prefs” via the web ui.

How can I grant password change permissions to my users? Presently, if
a

user wants to change their password, they have to ask me to do it.

Thanks.

Trevor Sky Garside
trevor@trevorsky.com

PS – Wonderful system…


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jesse reed vincent – root@eruditorum.orgjesse@fsck.com
70EBAC90: 2A07 FC22 7DB4 42C1 9D71 0108 41A3 3FB3 70EB AC90

This is scary. I’m imagining tracerouting you and seeing links like
"Route
84" and “Route 9, Exit 14”. Obviously, this is illness induced.
–Cana McCoy


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Doing per-user acls, rather than per queue or globally is on the long-term
list. If this is major issue for you, patches or sponsorship are appreciated.

    -jOn Wed, Jul 11, 2001 at 02:37:14PM -0700, Trevor Sky Garside wrote:

Ok, I tracked down these options. Perhaps a link could be added under the
"users" section to this page? I would have expected to find this listed out
for each individual user, instead of under Global options.

Thanks.

Trevor Sky Garside
trevor@trevorsky.com

----- Original Message -----
From: “Jesse” jesse@fsck.com
To: “Trevor Sky Garside” trevor@trevorsky.com
Cc: rt-users@lists.fsck.com
Sent: Wednesday, July 11, 2001 9:09 AM
Subject: Re: [rt-users] RT2: Users and Passwords

Grant the user ‘ModifySelf’. Then they should be able to change their
password
from “prefs” via the web ui.

On Tue, Jul 10, 2001 at 02:38:46PM -0700, Trevor Sky Garside wrote:

How can I grant password change permissions to my users? Presently, if
a

user wants to change their password, they have to ask me to do it.

Thanks.

Trevor Sky Garside
trevor@trevorsky.com

PS – Wonderful system…


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jesse reed vincent – root@eruditorum.orgjesse@fsck.com
70EBAC90: 2A07 FC22 7DB4 42C1 9D71 0108 41A3 3FB3 70EB AC90

This is scary. I’m imagining tracerouting you and seeing links like
"Route
84" and “Route 9, Exit 14”. Obviously, this is illness induced.
–Cana McCoy


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jesse reed vincent – root@eruditorum.orgjesse@fsck.com
70EBAC90: 2A07 FC22 7DB4 42C1 9D71 0108 41A3 3FB3 70EB AC90

that’s security the same way that asking for directions to topeka and
being told that a seal is a mammal is informative
-robin@apocalypse.org