Number Of Allowed Wrong Login Attempts
(Doc ID 2014877.1)
Last updated on SEPTEMBER 04, 2018
Applies to:Oracle Communications EAGLE (Software) - Version E5-MS 45.0 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.
Whenever the E5-MS GUI client is launched, the user is prompted at E5-MS Authentication screen to login to the system.
If the user makes a wrong login attempt, the system will increment the count of wrong login attempts for that user by one. The count is reset to zero at every successful login.
If the user has reached the maximum allowed number of unsuccessful login attempts, the user account is locked and a corresponding message is displayed to the user.
A locked user account is no longer allowed to login the E5-MS.
By default the maximum allowed number of unsuccessful login attempts value is set to 5 in configuration file. This value is definable by E5-MS Administrator.
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