LOGGING-IN PROBLEMS



  • Guys, for the last five days, TB refused to let me in. Right nickname, right e-mail, right password. Just no response. So I had to create a new account as barliman2002. Please look into it.



  • I started having the same problem a few months ago. This machine is "remembered" - can't log in from any other. A wrong entry is instantly responded to, but a correct set of credentials triggers a file download function instead of logging me in - and the downloaded file looks like a credential (not good from a security standpoint). Once my login on this PC expires, I will be locked out.

    This may have something to do with the lack of posts.



  • I have had problems logging in too in recent months. I just reset my password and the issue seems fixed.

    I have not really had much to write about. My motivation to practice took a pandemic-related hit. I set the horns aside for awhile but could not stay away. My community band hopes to start back up in January. I guess we’ll see...

    Jim


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    That's strange. I can reset your password, if you want.



  • @barliman2002 said in LOGGING-IN PROBLEMS:

    Guys, for the last five days, TB refused to let me in. Right nickname, right e-mail, right password. Just no response. So I had to create a new account as barliman2002. Please look into it.

    But 2002 is so you!



  • Login fine at 7:30 EAST this morning, 10:30 could not log in, rejoined with different user name and password with alternate email address, now fine on new, does not work still with old.

    Regards, Stuart.



  • I've had log-in problem in the past and administrator provided way for me to change the PW. So far no problems. But some other minor things happening that aren't worth mentioning at the moment.



  • Well, changing my password does indeed seem to do the trick.

    Question is, what if you get locked out - create a new account all the time? Doesn't seem like a good approach.

    I wonder if this situation has any connection to how much shorter the list of those posting these days is relative to the list of registered users . . . .


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    @OldSchoolEuph said in LOGGING-IN PROBLEMS:

    Well, changing my password does indeed seem to do the trick.

    Question is, what if you get locked out - create a new account all the time? Doesn't seem like a good approach.

    I wonder if this situation has any connection to how much shorter the list of those posting these days is relative to the list of registered users . . . .

    No, I'm not sure why people are getting locked out. I will look into it. If you feel the need to create a second account that's fine; I can delete it fairly easily anyway.



  • I can log in with my MacMini, but no longer with my iPad. I have changed the password, reinstalled Safari, rebooted - it simply does not work. I have found no google info on similar issues.

    I get the log in screen, enter user ROWUK and password, it just sits there.

    I suspect some hidden credential that does not allow multiple devices. Probably a setting for the admin somewhere.



  • @ROWUK said in LOGGING-IN PROBLEMS:

    I can log in with my MacMini, but no longer with my iPad. I have changed the password, reinstalled Safari, rebooted - it simply does not work. I have found no google info on similar issues.

    I get the log in screen, enter user ROWUK and password, it just sits there.

    I suspect some hidden credential that does not allow multiple devices. Probably a setting for the admin somewhere.

    Since changing my password this Am as a test, I am now able to log in again and am logged in on 2 different machines concurrently.



  • @OldSchoolEuph said in LOGGING-IN PROBLEMS:

    Since changing my password this Am as a test, I am now able to log in again and am logged in on 2 different machines concurrently.

    Works for me as well OldSchool. I too was able to log in with your user name and password on all the machines at work with no problem.



  • That now worked for me too!


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