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JetBackup for Linux - empty password field

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JetBackup for Linux - empty password field

Post by awp » October 26th, 2019, 6:13 pm


I currently have an install of JetBackup for Linux running on another node without issue. When I try to configure this new installation (on a CentOS 7 vm), it continually alerts me to empty password fields as I'm trying to configure backup destinations. Even if I manually type out the password instead of pasting it, it continues to say the password field can't be empty. Tried on Firefox and Chrome. Thoughts?

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Re: JetBackup for Linux - empty password field

Post by ofir » October 27th, 2019, 8:53 am


This might be your browser auto password saver.
Try to set the new backup destination trough a private/incognito mode.


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