CONTEST ANNOUNCEMENT! Enter to win a $50 Amazon Gift Card!
Tell us a personal story of a time when Mozy really helped you out. Did you think all was lost but found Mozy had what you needed? Did it "save your bacon" so-to-speak? Check out the latest blog for details on how to enter for a chance to win!
Latest Blog: How to Set Up Multiple Log-Ins for Your Account Want to set up multiple sets of credentials so different people in your office/home can log in to your account? Check out today's blog for more information on what you need and how to do it...
I logged into Mozy Home, downloaded the Stash Beta, and then installed it on my PC. As part of the setup procedure, I am asked to provide my account credentials.
I enter the same credientials I used to log into my Mozy home account... and it tells me "Invalid credentials. Re-enter your account information and try again."
I logged out of my mozy account... tried again. Same result. Logged back into my mozy account... logged in fine. I use the same credentials for the stash account... I get the invalid credentials message again.
Normally when two accounts have the same email address, Stash authenticates to whichever account's password works. When both are the same, Stash prompts you to change one of the accounts' passwords so it can disambiguate the two accounts. (Yes, I just wanted to use a fancy word I learned from Wikipedia.)
In Stash 0.13, we changed some of the underlying mechanics of Stash authentication to add support for Active Directory. That might have broken something. I'll have Stash QA run a test to see and be back to you shortly.
So much for "shortly." My apologies for the delay in getting back.
We have been trying to replicate the problem that you reported and we're just not able to do so. Our lead developer Andrew tells me that we need to get your Stash log files. Since you cannot log in, we can't use the "Collect Logs" feature. So...
Find the file C:\Users\andrew\AppData\Local\Stash\Stash.log