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Need help for passing password to Notes from idm


Dear all,

These days I am trying to sync/modify HTTPPassword to Notes 9.0
I still can't figure out why "Default Password Value" is able to be set,
but not abot to modify HTTPPassword.

I pretty much setup driver with default configurations, except some
modifications to match Domino setting.
User/Person sync seems ok. I know the driver doesn't support password
sync in publish channel tho.

I think the problem would be Command-Transfrom in Sub channel. Still
stuck at old/new password....
I did some research in the forum. Driver should be able to modify
HTTPPassword at least. So I could log in iNote Web Access.
Also once user id password is set. Driver can't modify it, unless use
Adminp via console command.
Anyways, tried many ways. No result yet. Any suggestion please??

I just quickly upload a RL logs.
https://www.dropbox.com/s/wdu3jwmifia8c7t/Lotus-Log.txt
Please help to review. Thanks a lot.


BTW, "BOSS" asked me if I could try insert a password value somewhere
when creating a user in Domino? so make "Password" clear text to be able
to publish via transform policy?
Is it possible?


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Re: Need help for passing password to Notes from idm


BTW, the default command transform is here. These two should be
related.
http://tinyurl.com/qg8o7mp
http://tinyurl.com/njtxuut


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Re: Need help for passing password to Notes from idm

On Wed, 29 May 2013 14:24:02 +0000, andy ho wrote:

> These days I am trying to sync/modify HTTPPassword to Notes 9.0 I still
> can't figure out why "Default Password Value" is able to be set, but not
> abot to modify HTTPPassword.


Sorry, I don't know anything about Notes, but...


> BTW, "BOSS" asked me if I could try insert a password value somewhere
> when creating a user in Domino? so make "Password" clear text to be able
> to publish via transform policy?
> Is it possible?


Possible? Yes. Good idea? Unknown. That's a security question, and would
be up to you to evaluate the risks vs. benefits of doing so.


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Re: Need help for passing password to Notes from idm


OK..no problem. Thanks anyway


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Re: Need help for passing password to Notes from idm

On 5/29/13 8:24 AM, andy ho wrote:
> I think the problem would be Command-Transfrom in Sub channel. Still
> stuck at old/new password....


What do you mean? That it isn't finding the old password so not sending
the change? If so, the ECV that controls whether the old password is
available in the event may not be turned on.

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