Difference: LoginName (1 vs. 4)

Revision 42010-05-15 - TWikiContributor

 
META TOPICPARENT name="ChangePassword"

The name you log in with

A login name is a sequence of alphanumeric characters and underscores.

You cannot alter your LoginName: you have to get the administrator to do this for you.

How to Find Yours

Changed:
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Look in TWikiUsers - if your name is followed by a dash and a word, usually lowercase, this is what you log in with.
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Look in TWikiUsers - if your name is followed by a dash and a word, usually lowercase, this is what you log in with.
  e.g.

  • TWikiGuest - guest - 05 Sep 2004

Would mean that TWikiGuest would log in using the login name 'guest'

If, on the other hand, if your entry is like this:

  • TWikiGuest - 05 Sep 2004

Then you would log in using your WikiName, in this case 'TWikiGuest'

Related Topics for Administrators: ManagingUsers, UserDocumentationCategory

Revision 32006-09-14 - TWikiContributor

 
META TOPICPARENT name="ChangePassword"

The name you log in with

A login name is a sequence of alphanumeric characters and underscores.

You cannot alter your LoginName: you have to get the administrator to do this for you.

Changed:
<
<

How to find yours

>
>

How to Find Yours

  Look in TWikiUsers - if your name is followed by a dash and a word, usually lowercase, this is what you log in with.

e.g.

  • TWikiGuest - guest - 05 Sep 2004

Would mean that TWikiGuest would log in using the login name 'guest'

If, on the other hand, if your entry is like this:

  • TWikiGuest - 05 Sep 2004

Then you would log in using your WikiName, in this case 'TWikiGuest'

Changed:
<
<
Related Topics: UserDocumentationCategory
>
>
Related Topics for Administrators: ManagingUsers, UserDocumentationCategory
 

Revision 22005-03-27 - TWikiContributor

 
META TOPICPARENT name="ChangePassword"

The name you log in with

A login name is a sequence of alphanumeric characters and underscores.

You cannot alter your LoginName: you have to get the administrator to do this for you.

How to find yours

Look in TWikiUsers - if your name is followed by a dash and a word, usually lowercase, this is what you log in with.

e.g.

Changed:
<
<
  • TWikiGuest - guest - 05 Sep 2004
>
>
  • TWikiGuest - guest - 05 Sep 2004
  Would mean that TWikiGuest would log in using the login name 'guest'

If, on the other hand, if your entry is like this:

Changed:
<
<
  • TWikiGuest - 05 Sep 2004
>
>
  • TWikiGuest - 05 Sep 2004
  Then you would log in using your WikiName, in this case 'TWikiGuest'

Related Topics: UserDocumentationCategory

Revision 12005-03-27 - TWikiContributor

 
META TOPICPARENT name="ChangePassword"

The name you log in with

A login name is a sequence of alphanumeric characters and underscores.

You cannot alter your LoginName: you have to get the administrator to do this for you.

How to find yours

Look in TWikiUsers - if your name is followed by a dash and a word, usually lowercase, this is what you log in with.

e.g.

  • TWikiGuest - guest - 05 Sep 2004

Would mean that TWikiGuest would log in using the login name 'guest'

If, on the other hand, if your entry is like this:

  • TWikiGuest - 05 Sep 2004

Then you would log in using your WikiName, in this case 'TWikiGuest'

Related Topics: UserDocumentationCategory

 
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