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I have a shop with multiple users, some of them with quite restricted rights (handling orders only). I have however not found a solution to let them change their own password without involving an admin or giving them the rights to change all users in the shop. Is there a way to achieve a way to let non-admin users set their own password (possibly also with password guidelines, but this is not necessary) without involving another party?

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I'm reasonably sure that anybody with access to the backend can change their own password via System > My Account. There is a field for Current Admin Password which uses the word admin, but it just means the current logged in user. The user just needs the acl system/myaccount, which should only give them the ability to change their own information.

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  • Oh okay, I always misinterpreted the wording and obviously so did all other users. Thanks for the headsup, this is the solution I was looking for. Still, password guidelines would be a nice to have. – Bernie Mar 3 '16 at 10:19

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