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Hi - I really like the idea behind this plugin.  Having an issue trying to push out a user.  Using ver 2.18.1.10

 

Getting an email with:

Change log for RMMUser.

Error: : The given key was not present in the dictionary.

 

Thanks in advance,

Carlos.

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13 hours ago, Kristuba said:

anyone who is not an admin user goes to "Change Password" the plugin locks up their Automate session

I've never seen that.  Can't even think of why that would happen.

 

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13 hours ago, carlosmp said:

Error: : The given key was not present in the dictionary.

Is there anything unusual about the user's name? 

I've only ever tried this with simple alphabetic characters in the name.  Never tried with accents or numbers or anything.

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This is a great idea for a plugin, but I am having an issue with implementation. The minimum user password length always changes to 60 no matter what value I enter. I have reloaded the plugin and restarted the plugin DB with the same results.

 

I also have a feature request: obfuscation for the new password field on the "My Account" tab.

 

Thanks in advance and I can't wait to get this implemented.

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Just a heads up to all that use this plugin that as this code has now been posted online , the encryption key that is used to encrypt the passwords into the database for all of your administrative users, is now on the internet at https://github.com/mspgeek/MSPAccounts/blob/master/Globals.vb

Admittedly it's not easy to get access to SQL but with this code you can reverse engineer all of your tech's admin passwords across every domain.

I guess you could say this is a good thing as you can audit your techs password complexity (and hopefully it's not a password they use elsewhere) but imo an admin can now see everyone's password with no audit log.

 

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And if you study the code you will see the simple scheme that ConnectWise uses to encrypt all passwords in the database and be able to decrypt them.

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On 7/25/2019 at 4:56 AM, absoblogginlutely! said:

I'm not a professional programmer but even I know that the encryption should be one way.

Yeah, the default scheme is lame, but you do realize that one-way encryption (the term is “hashing”) would be useless right? The product must use reversible encryption to recover the raw password for you to be able to use it. 

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