Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 470554
nm-applet breaks when entering wrong public key password
Last modified: 2009-07-14 10:06:30 EDT
Description of problem:
I used to be able to try multiple times to enter my password to decrypt my openvpn private key. Now if I mess up on the first try every other attempt to connect to the VPN results in a failed connection without even prompting me for my password.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Configure a VPN connection that requires an encrypted private key using nm-applet
2. Select connection from "VPN Connections" list
3. When prompted for password, enter wrong password
4. Repeat step 2
You are not prompted for a password on the second attempt and the connection fails.
The user should be prompted for their password again until they get it right.
In order to be prompted for a password again nm-applet must be killed and restarted.
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