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SSPR version info - WHERE?


How do we tell the exact version of SSPR we're running? I'm running
into install / cfg issues and am wondering if I need to patch it.

Does the version SSPR_20 I downloaded include the Self Service Password
Reset 2.0 HotFix 01a???


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Re: SSPR version info - WHERE?

icsynergymg wrote:

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> How do we tell the exact version of SSPR we're running?


At the bottom of each page, once you're logged in, iirc. Might be light gray
text on white background and a little hard to spot, though.
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Re: SSPR version info - WHERE?


Two ways to find SSPR version:

1. Through the log file.
Configuration Manager → View Log Events
In Event viewer search for "(Release)" or "bidness." You will find a
line similar to the following:
Fri Oct 18 09:21:41 MDT 2013, INFO , password.pwm.PwmApplication, SSPR
v3.0 b1226 (Release) open for bidness! (503ms)
In this example the version of SSPR is 3.0.

2. Through the Administrative functions. Members of the Administrators
group will have the “Administration” button on their main menu after
logging in to SSPR.
Click Administration → System → About. This shows version
and other information.
To define Administrators group, click:
Configuration Manager → Configuration Editor → Settings
→ LDAP Directory → Administrator Query String. Set the
query string to match the group or CN you want to allow to see the
“administration” button.
By default in an eDir environment this string is set
to(groupMembership=cn=Admins,ou=Groups,o=example)
By default in an AD environment this string is set to
(memberOf=CN=Administrators, <path>)

To allow everyone to see the “administration” button (only do this in a
small test environment) set the Administrator Query String to
(objectClass=*)


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