Bugzilla – Bug 1177942
[Build 20201019] Authentication for the System Administrator stores values when navigating back and forth
Last modified: 2020-10-30 10:46:41 UTC
In a default installation (i.e.: System Role: Server) when arriving User Settings:
- Type new user name and password
- Untick 'Use this password for system administration'
- Browse the public key (so basically we decide to select both method in this dialog)
Press 'Back' in Installation Settings
Again in User Settings, we delete both password for admin.
Then we try to play service and the port and there is not warning. It is still using password and not only the ssh, because if we go back again we see filled in the passwords for admin
## Expected result
As we delete the password for admin, only ssh would be possible, basically we expect that User Setting would not store those values. If we go back and forth should be deleted. Nevertheless it works if we go one more screen back, the dialog to create the user. Some problem caching values in this screen with two purposes.
Could you please attach the y2logs for this workflow ?
Created attachment 842860 [details]
Not sure if in the logs will be something, because after click Back I clean password for root with delete key and when I'm going forward and back later is still there, is stored internally and not deleted until you go previous screen for user password.