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Company Information

The Password & Failed Login Policy enables you to set your company’s specifications for CoreSense User passwords and the company's failed login policy.

 

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Path: Back Office > System Admin > Systems Settings Manager > Password & Failed Login Policy

 

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Tip: A shortcut to the Systems Settings Manager is clicking the System Settingsicon-sys_settings.pngicon from the Main Menu and then selecting the Password & Failed Login Policy link from the list.


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Password & Failed login Policy Fields

The field settings available for Password & Failed Login Policy described in the table below.

 

Field

Description

User Password Minimum Length

  • The minimum number of characters the password for a COREsense user account must contain.

  • Leave blank to specify no minimum.

User Password Minimum Upper Case Characters

  • The minimum number of upper-case characters the password for the CORESense user account must contain.

  • Leave blank to specify no minimum.

User Password Minimum Lower Case Characters

  • The minimum number of lower-case characters the password for the CORESense user account must contain.

  • Leave blank to specify no minimum.

User Password Minimum Punctuation Characters

  • The minimum number of punctuation characters the password for the CORESense user account must contain.

  • Leave blank to specify no minimum.

User Password Minimum Numeric Characters

  • The minimum number of numeric characters the password for the CORESense user account must contain.

  • Leave blank to specify no minimum.

User Password Maximum Password Age (Days)

  • The maximum number of days before a user is forced to change their password for the CORESense user account.

  • Leave blank if passwords do not expire.

User Password Minimum Number of Unique Passwords History

  • The number of historical passwords to compare against the new password for a CORESense user account to prevent a user from re-using the same password.

  • Leave blank to allow re-use of old passwords.

User Number of Consecutive Failed Logins Allowed

  • The number of consecutive failed login attempts before a CORESense user account is locked  (i.e. after 3 failed attempts, the account is locked).

  • Leave blank to allow unlimited attempts.

User Time to Lockout the Account (in minutes)

  • The number of minutes to lock a CORESense user account after the maximum number of consecutive failed logins has been reached (i.e. after 3 failed attempts, the user cannot try again for 30 minutes).

  • Leave blank to not auto lock in minutes.

  • Accounts that have been locked can also be unlocked from the User Account Manager.

User Time Window In Which the Failed Logins

Must Occur To Lock The Account (in minutes)

  • The number of minutes in which consecutive failed login attempts must occur in order to lock a CORESense user account (i.e. after 3 failed attempts within 5 minutes, the user is locked).

  • Leave blank to specify no time limit for unsuccessful attempts.

 

 

Apply Settings

After you have entered all the information for the fields you want set, click on the Apply button at the bottom of the Password & Failed Login Policy screen to apply your entries. Click on Reset to clear the fields and change your entries.

 

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