Re: [IUG] Autologin
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Hello Steven, I'm not sure if I understand exactly what you're
trying to accomplish, but you might want to investigate the login
options in Admin --> Login Manager --> Manager Controlled Options , then
the Login Tab. Good luck, Bob
From: "Steven L. Irving" <SIRVING at mohave dot edu>
To: IUG INNOPAC List <innopac at innovativeusers dot org>
Date: Thu, 27 May 2010 10:48:13 -0700
Subject: [IUG] Autologin
> I was looking to find out how to get the initials box to pop up
> automatically for the user to put in their initials to login and found
> that if you use this (C:\Millennium\iiirunner.exe username=milcat
> password=swordfish initials=rbj initpass=bluemoon taken from
> page#107606) but after making this change with my correct initials and
> initpass I still get the popup box for my initials the same way when I
> only had (C:\Millennium\iiirunner.exe username=milcat
> password=swordfish) in the target field.
> Any idea why the second set of username and password (initials and
> initpass) are not working?
> Does a change need to be made to get the initials box to pop up
> automatically instead of having to go to Admin|Set Initials?
> Steve Irving, MLIS
> Systems/Campus Librarian
> Mohave Community College
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> sirving at mohave dot edu<mailto:sirving at mohave dot edu>
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