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Error when adding a new user
Last Post 04 Nov 2011 03:12 AM by beolafsen. 2 Replies.
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03 Nov 2011 04:10 PM
    I have a made a small project for test and use the form autentication. When I try to add users in debug mode I get the error : "the password does not meet the password requirements Check the minimum password length and password complexity". I use the standard forms etc...
    What do I do wrong? Thanks!
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    Thanks! That solves it..

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