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Creating Master Password?


Jay Jenn
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I have a site that users log into and each gets a unique experience once they log in based on their username through record level security. When I want to log in as them to check their experience or to review their data, I would like to be able to use a \"master\" password. Any ideas? The folder authentication only seems to allow one permissable authentication password.

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I have a site that users log into and each gets a unique experience once they log in based on their username through record level security. When I want to log in as them to check their experience or to review their data, I would like to be able to use a "master" password. Any ideas? The folder authentication only seems to allow one permissable authentication password.

Hello Jay,

One way to accomplish this is to copy the DataPage that they are accessing, remove RLS, and password protect it using the adminusers table. This way, you can review everyones' record.

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Hey! Just wanted to let you know that Caspio introduced Directories (BETA) on their recent release that may connect and use to your authentication. You may check more information about the release here:

https://howto.caspio.com/release-notes/caspio-34-0/caspio-34-0/
https://howto.caspio.com/directories/directories-overview/directories-overview/

Note that for now, it's currently available as a beta release to corporate-level plans (e.g. Silver, Gold, Platinum).

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