PasswordRecovery Control, Limiting Random Password to Alphanumeric

Discussion in 'ASP .Net Web Controls' started by Jonathan Woodward, Apr 27, 2006.

  1. In the application I'm currently working on, when one uses the
    PasswordRecovery control to reset the password, the random password it
    creates contains many non-alphanumeric characters. E.g., "^Lz9$p!(i+$c]}".
    My client would prefer that the random password contain strictly alphanumeric
    characters. Leaving aside the question of whether that's a wise choice, how
    do I do it? How do I restrict the PasswordRecovery control from using
    non-alphanumeric charcaters in its random password? Thanks to all for their
    time.
     
    Jonathan Woodward, Apr 27, 2006
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