System Administration > System Settings > System Permissions > Change User Passwords
Use this routine to edit user passwords. This routine allows users to edit their passwords without accessing the Create a User file. If you are a system manager, you can edit any password. Otherwise, only the password of the logged in user can be edited.
If you accessed
this screen from the user
log in screen, the only fields available to you are the New Password
and Confirm New Password fields.
The user's password can only be changed via the Windows® change password function if, in STORIS:
1.) the Use Active Directory Authentication field in Security tab of General System Control Settings is checked AND
2.) the Exempt from Active Directory Authentication field in the Security tab of Create a User is unchecked.
User IDEnter the User ID of the user whose password you want to edit.
Old PasswordEnter the user's existing password. You cannot create a new password without specifying the old password at this field.
Enter a unique password for the user specified at the User ID field. This field holds up to ten alphanumeric Consisting of both letter and number characters and often other symbol characters such as punctuation marks. characters.
If using complex passwords, the password entered here must conform to the following requirements. The password you enter
must contain a minimum of seven characters,
must contain at least one number,
must contain at least one letter,
cannot be the same as any of the user's last four passwords,
and cannot contain the user’s logon ID and/or name.
Confirm New Password
Re-enter your new password. Since passwords are encrypted in the system, entering the password twice helps confirm accuracy.
If the response in Confirm New Password field matches the response in the New Password field, the system accepts your entry and you can begin using your new password immediately.