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I was unable to login and so used the "Forgotten Password' process. I was sent a NEWLY-PROVIDED password and a link through which my password could be changed. The NEWLY-PROVIDED password allowed me to login.
Following the provided link I attempted to update my password to one of my own... (1 Reply)
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I have a scenario where i need to monitor for a process which starts at a particular time. I need to check if the process has started at the specified time and keep checking this for 5 minutes only and then want to alert me.
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i have an expect script that runs like this:
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