December 31, 2013
How can I get PSS to close without prompting for a password? I have a clear password but don’t even want the prompt to come up when exiting. If I can accomplish this then I can use the Windows task scheduler to close PSS at a certain time each day using a batch file with the taskkill command. Thanks.
January 15, 2014
When logged into PSS, look at the bottom of the screen and find “Config”, click on it and choose option. Once inside the option menu, at the top right hand corner you will see “Verify Password”. Make sure that is NOT checked. This will make it so you do not have to enter the password, it will be automatically generated when you press the x to close. You will still see the pop up asking for the password (There is no way to get rid of that) but you will not need to type one just click ok. Let me know how it goes! Thank You!
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