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Possible defect password scheduled task 2020.10 IP1

I have found a possible defect on 2020.10 IP1 creating an new schduled task with password field. I have created the scheduled task giving an AD user and password and It gaves me an incorrect password on windows event viewer.

I have compared password of this new task scheduler with other created in older version using the same user with raw data. I have seen the password was different. I have modified on raw data the password used on old task scheduler and then it has worked the new task scheduler.

Someone can try it?

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Fleet Admiral Fleet Admiral
Fleet Admiral

you are not alone.

I reported this as a defect but my case was closed. "works as designed". customer should disable autofill in in the browser. i should open an idea exchange for this issue. but i dont do. i am sick and tired of this behaviour.

so may be if more customers open cases for this productmangement may change their mind.

so please open a case and complain!

 

Micro Focus Expert
Micro Focus Expert

I've opened a defect.
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Fleet Admiral Fleet Admiral
Fleet Admiral

That is great. do you need my old Case number?

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Fleet Admiral Fleet Admiral
Fleet Admiral

@AlbertP @CheeseTriangle 

Good news. A collegue of mine has a case open for this issue, too. and he got today notified that it will be fixed!

May be this is because of Easter. A miracle!

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