- Changes the login Password for the current Sesame User.
- The plain-text version of the Password never leaves the client computer.
- Only the MD5 encrypted version of the Password travels over the Net, and is stored in the Sesame database.
- A forgotten Password can not be recovered, but it can be reset.
- To reset a forgotten Password, contact the Sesame Administrator of the instance used.
- Old Password is the current Password.
- New Password is the New Password.
- New Password (Retry) is the confirmation of the New Password.
This changes the Password for the current Sesame User.
- Make the Main Application Window active.
- On the Options menu click Change Password.
- Type the old password in the Old Password field, and the new password in the New Password and New Password (Retry) fields.
- Click Change Password.
- For security reasons, the password fields do not show the characters that the user types. Instead, they display a character different from the one typed, usually an asterisk (*) or a dot (.).
- The length of the password is not limited.