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Password settings and Manually add a user

Post by shallowz on September 30th 2011, 7:41 pm

Is there a way to change the password settings to a requiement that I want. Like min or max size if it has to have capital letters or not?

Also as admin can i manually add a new user on my forum?

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Re: Password settings and Manually add a user

Post by Guest on September 30th 2011, 7:48 pm

@shallowz wrote:Also as admin can i manually add a new user on my forum?
No.

@shallowz wrote:Is there a way to change the password settings to a requiement that I want. Like min or max size if it has to have capital letters or not?
What is your forum version?

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Re: Password settings and Manually add a user

Post by SLGray on September 30th 2011, 8:18 pm

You can have it where you can approve new members.

Administration Panel>>Users and Groups>>Users>>Users Options

New accounts activation : Admin


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Re: Password settings and Manually add a user

Post by shallowz on September 30th 2011, 8:52 pm

where do i go to find the forum version?

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Re: Password settings and Manually add a user

Post by MrMario on September 30th 2011, 8:54 pm

Display // Forum Version

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Re: Password settings and Manually add a user

Post by shallowz on September 30th 2011, 10:21 pm

Didn't find anything that said forum version but I think what your looking for is
phpBB3

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Re: Password settings and Manually add a user

Post by kirk on October 1st 2011, 3:29 am

Dunno? you have phpbb3 in your profile here?

Anyway my guess in may be Gassy has some sort of script to allow what your asking, but other then that there is no option to do so.

Oh my bad. to find what version you have go to.

Admin panel>Display>Choose a theme.

right at the top of the page,third tab over to the right is (version)
click that and you will see what version you are using. Very Happy

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Re: Password settings and Manually add a user

Post by marelee on October 4th 2011, 5:59 pm

I have noted on the board several times, my password was not working, and I was advised a New password had been sent - successfully.
I did not.. I repeat I did not receive a password. I received notifications only that messages were on site, and a response was on the board.
My situation continues unresolved. I have followed the procedure as I was advised. I am still in the same situation I was. I cannot enter my forum.

http://hbfresearch.forumotion.com

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Re: Password settings and Manually add a user

Post by Sanket on October 6th 2011, 6:19 am

marelee, why don't you make a thread for your problem in the future instead of hijacking someone else's thread.

http://help.forumotion.com/t93821-lost-founders-password

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