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    I am trying to update the passwords for authorized users I created to test setting up a special content workflow. However, every time I click on the change password for my content manager, it switches to my super user profile. If I'm not fast enough, I change MY password. Account Settings from cogwheel

    The search field suddenly populates with my logged in username, as if I'm searching for my profile only. But I'm not. I'm just clicking on the content manager's Change Password link (in either spot - cogwheel icon or three dots icon) and before I can place my cursor to type or paste, it switches to my superuser. 

    This effect isn't really just in this instance, as when I reset my password prior to expiration, I have problems getting my cursor to the password fields before the page reloads. It's honestly just difficult to change a password. How can it be easier so I don't have to play catch with a field or find myself changing the wrong password? Account Settings from three dots

    Thanks



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      Which DNN version and Edition (DNN Platform or Evoq) are you using?
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