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I added the Password last set field to the Admin view but when I click on edit it allows the admin user to change the value. Adaxes correclty handel Bad Password time and Bad password Time but not Password last set, so I guest there is a way but I can not find it.

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Hello Tom,

To make it impossible for users to modify the property, you need to deny the corresponding permission. For details, have a look at the following tutorial: https://www.adaxes.com/tutorials_DelegatingPermissions_GrantRightsToModifySpecificProperties.htm. On step 3 of the guide, select the User object type and then select Deny Write ‘Password Last Set’ Property in the Property-specific permissions section. image.png As a result, when a user clicks the Edit button in the section where the property is located, the property will be grayed out: image.png

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