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    Change the password to whatever you want in System, webserver... (from version 5.0.0.11 !!). Users are already defined: Admin and Guest. Reboot is not neccesary.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MartinS View Post
    That helps. Thanx!

    I've noticed when logged in as a guest you also can change the settings. I suppose that's not what we want.
    I don't think so, after login as guest settings can't be changed:

    LoginAsGuest.jpg

    maybe a browser refresh problem?

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    it's probably a cashed page like Matthias mentioned

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    I've tried three types of OS's on three different machines. XP, Vista and W7. This is what I have noticed:

    Logged in as Admin and Guest with W7 + IE8: nothing can be changed
    Logged in as Admin and Guest with Vista + IE8: both users can make changes
    Logged in as Admin and Guest with XP + IE8: both users can make changes.

    Also the color of the menu-items (System, Snsors, lights etc.) looks randomly blue or orange. What should decide the color?

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    Do you hit logout and close the browser before you login again as an other user?
    There may be a caching issue on some browsers...

    The menu items are colored different, if the link have been clicked some time before...
    Last edited by GHL Support; 22.03.2010 at 16:21.

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    Yes I did. I suppose there's no other way to log on as another user before logging out. Or have I missed something?

    By the way, the browser is in all three cases the same: IE8.

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    Hmm...

    I've tested it with following browsers on WinXP without any problem:
    FireFox 2.0, 3.0, 3.5, 3.6
    IE 6.0, 7.0, 8.0
    Safari 4.0.5
    Opera 10.50

    The ProfiLux store the login information relating to your IP. Therefore the ProfiLux can't distinguish two connections from the same PC (IP).

    Try following:
    - open your browser window
    - login as Admin
    ...then you can make changes
    - click to logout
    - close your browser window

    - open your browser window again
    - login as Guest
    ...now you can't make changes

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    Quote Originally Posted by MartinS View Post
    I've tried three types of OS's on three different machines. XP, Vista and W7. This is what I have noticed:

    Logged in as Admin and Guest with W7 + IE8: nothing can be changed
    Logged in as Admin and Guest with Vista + IE8: both users can make changes
    Logged in as Admin and Guest with XP + IE8: both users can make changes.

    Also the color of the menu-items (System, Snsors, lights etc.) looks randomly blue or orange. What should decide the color?
    Are you sure that options changed ? did you check with PLC ?
    sure you can press on save with guess and in the browser it updatede the value but when I checked after my test in PLC it wasn't updated. .

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    Quote Originally Posted by boboxx View Post
    I would like to see the option of not having a login for the guest or admin... either if no password is set, it would just go in or a option to say "no login required"

    I think it would also make sense to merge the PIN with the admin password
    If you don't want an admin pwd , I hope you don't put your P3 on the net

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    Well, I've tried different things and can confirm that although making changes in settings as a Guest can be made on the webpage, can't be saved. Should be nice if this minor bug can be fixed.

    But when first logged in as Admin, logged out and logged in as Guest, the changes will be saved in the P3! Solving this real bug would also be very nice.

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