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Service Center logon issues

Service Center logon issues

Service Center logon issues

(OP)
For the last 10 months we've been having this one recurring problem with logging onto Peregrine. Roughly every two weeks, when logging in with username and password, the tab key function changes.

A SC user will enter his username, then hit the Tab key. The cursor, under optimal conditions, should move to the password field and the user can then enter his password.
However, what changes is that the hilighted field will change to the browser's address bar...then, in a couple of weeks, it will revert back to the true password field.
My SC server admins say that this "is a known bug" with the web-based Peregrine client and that there is no fix.

True? I can't believe that HP would let this 'bug' continue to crawl around without a fix.
I've made it my (current) life's mission to prove the server guys wrong!

RE: Service Center logon issues

Yes...he is right... Its an Known bug..and there is no fix as such from HP...

why dont you ask HP to fix it? you can ask your Admin guy to open a case against HP for the fix....


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