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CMS-XML DimCM14.5.2: AdminConsole: Last login date not in Comma-Separated File
DimCM14.5.2: AdminConsole: Last login date not in Comma-Separated File
CMS-XML DimCM14.5.2: AdminConsole: Last login date does not display in the published views
DimCM14.5.2: AdminConsole: Last login date does not display in the published views
CMS-XML STIG V-69355 - Application must display the time and date of the users last successful logon
STIG V-69355 - Application must display the time and date of the users last successful logon
CMS-XML Last Login date not updated for new user, user was logged to SWC
Last Login date not updated for new user, user was logged to SWC
CMS-XML "Users" system report may report incorrect time values for "Last Login Date"
"Users" system report may report incorrect time values for " Last Login Date "
CMS-XML After login and click on Calendar, get error "You did not have a privilege required to complete your last action"
1) In the Release Train application, create one or more Dashboard report of type Calendar Feed. For example, you may have one report that looks at Prod Start and Prod End dates and a separate report that looks at Deploy Start and Deploy End dates . When you save these reports, be sure to save them as Guest reports.
CMS-XML DA: Are there any logs of when a user last logged in to DA?
The "created" column of the same table has the action time value. This column is of type “milliseconds since Epoch”.
CMS-XML Periods in Login IDs can cause problems if Request Filtering is enabled in IIS
When a Login ID in SBM contains periods and you try to perform an action that will pass the Login ID as part of the header's request URL, the ISAPI filter on the IIS server will grab it believing that you are requesting a file with a specific extension with the extension being whatever follows the last period in your Login ID. This only seems to pose a problem if the customer has Request Filtering enabled in IIS where you have to create an "allowed" list of file extensions that can be requested.
CMS-XML Current User Activity System Report shows users last accessed for up to 1 hour even if session timeout is 5 minutes
- Set the Session Timeout to 5 minutes - log in a few users to this SBM system - wait 30 minutes
CMS-XML After restarting IIS it takes an exceptionally long time before any users can login.
This folder should be empty except after first installing one of the Serena Solutions like Request Center, RLM etc. If you haven't installed one of these solutions since the last time you restarted IIS then this folder should be empty. If it's not empty then try stopping IIS and move the contents of the payload folder to a different location and start IIS.
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