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How many logins can I have per account? Where can I set the session limit? What are Vtiger's password conventions? I have forgotten my password. How do I reset it? What login methods does Vtiger support? How do I set up login methods in Vtiger? Can I restrict users from logging in to the CRM beyond a certain time? Is the Login Hours setting available in all Vtiger editions? What happens if a user is already logged in and their login hours end? Can I track a user's location? Can I restrict users from reusing old passwords? How many concurrent logins can I have for a single account? What are the login combinations for different devices if the concurrent session limit is four? What are the login combinations for different devices if the concurrent session limit is three? What happens if I try to log in beyond the active session (current session) limit? I received an alert saying, I am trying to log in from an unauthorized IP address. What does it mean? How do I authorize an IP address to log in? What happens when I try to log in from an unauthorized IP address? What happens if a login IP address is configured for a user and the user is suspended later? I want a user to be logged out automatically when they are not using the CRM. How can I set this up? How do I log out (sign out) from Vtiger? Can I set up a default page I want to see, each time I log in? What are the troubleshooting tips for logging in to Vtiger CRM? Why is there an option to log in as another user?
Can I set the frequency at which users must change their passwords?
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Yes, you can set the frequency for the users to regularly change their passwords with the Password Reset Policy in Vtiger.
- Use the option to select how frequently users must change their password.
- You can set a frequency of 1 month, 3 months, 6 months, or 12 months.
- An email is sent to users requesting them to change their password when the frequency is met.
Follow these steps to set up the password reset policy:
- Click the User Menu on the top right corner of the screen.
- Click the Settings button.
- Look for the User Management section.
- Select Authentication.
- Click the Edit icon on the top right corner of the page.
- Go to the Password Reset Frequency section.
- Select the frequency from the Password Reset Frequency drop-down.
- Click Save.
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