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Log out of Service Studio

Hi,

I have a trivial question, yet couldn't really find the place to do it.

Isn't there a "Sign out" option on the Switch Environment pane in Service Studio? I'm handing over the computer and would like my passwords to disappear on that computer.

Thanks

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Hello Ozan,

An idea for this has already been submitted, hope we get this feature soon!

https://www.outsystems.com/ideas/7395/add-logout-forget-to-service-studio

Thanks,

Junaid

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Junaid Ahmed Syed wrote:

Hello Ozan,

An idea for this has already been submitted, hope we get this feature soon!

https://www.outsystems.com/ideas/7395/add-logout-forget-to-service-studio

Thanks,

Junaid


Great, thanks for the info Junaid!

As a notice, I'll paste Craig's workaround from the Idea about the issue:

"Currently. when you log into Service Studio, your server and credentials are added to a Settings.xml.  You can remove them by manually modifying the file."


And that Settings file is at the following path according to this post:

C:\Users\YOUR_USER\AppData\Local\OutSystems\ServiceStudio 10.0 (or whatever version you're on)\Settings.xml

There is a   <MruServers> block for each environment. Delete the unwanted one and it won't show.

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Ozan Cali wrote:

Hi,

I have a trivial question, yet couldn't really find the place to do it.

Isn't there a "Sign out" option on the Switch Environment pane in Service Studio? I'm handing over the computer and would like my passwords to disappear on that computer.

Thanks

Hi Ozan,

When you login to the Service Studio unclick the Remember me checkbox,

then your password will not be saved and will not autofill in your next login.

Thanks,

Ivan

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Ivan, thanks for the suggestion.

However in my case I wouldn't want to enter my password each time, so 'remember me' function is fine. What I would like is an easy way to make Service Studio 'forget' all the sign-ins.

Regards  

You can remove the appdata for your user which will remove all stored credentials.

C:\Users\<yourusername>\AppData\Local\OutSystems\ServiceStudio 11.0

Ideally since this is embedded in your user profile's folder, other users should not be able to access it but as a precaution you can delete.

Still its not as clean as having a logout function. So voted for the idea as well.