Am 19.10.2017 um 14:39 schrieb Daniel: > Hello, > > I'm using debian 9 up to date. > > Desktop Environment: Gnome > > Scenario: Where I work we connect to the network with Ethernet and > 802.1x peap authentication. Each X days passwords expire and we need > to change it. > > Problem: When I try to change the password to the new one and I apply > changes everything seems fine (I apply and get no errors), but when I > open the same settings back again the old password still remains, so > the password is not really changed no matter how many times I try. > > Workaround so far: The only way I found so far to effectively set the > password is to disable security completely and enable it back again to > define all values from scratch. It looks like you used gnome-control-center to change the password. Does it make a difference if you use nm-connection-editor (from network-manager-gnome) to change the password? -- Why is it that all of the instruments seeking intelligent life in the universe are pointed away from Earth?
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