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smpwservices.fcc doesn't put username in query string

Question asked by anand3g on Aug 23, 2016
Latest reply on May 9, 2017 by David Pokorny



I'm using basic password services. In other scenarios like change password, max retries etc, the smpwservices.fcc does put &USERNAME=username in the query string when it's redirecting to the smpwservices.fcc


However on SMAUTHREASON=20 (ImmedPasswordChange), it doesn't put the username parameter in the query string. The username parameter however is present in the SMTOKEN parameter in a encoded format.


This causes the fcc to ask for the username instead of just the old and new passwords. In the older smpwservicescgi.exe the username was available as a query string. This extra step is undesirable. Is this a known issue?