BAM accounts - to be able to delete ;()

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Message 1488606 - Posted: 13 Mar 2014, 21:13:50 UTC


Long time ago, I made a critical error! I made an BAM manager account and added some computers. Shortly after I discovered issues when trying to add all my computers. I found out that it wasn't/isn't possible to delete an account. Now I have 2 accounts, non of them works for all my computers at one time! I don't want to go into details on these issues, but in short, you can't use BAM manager if you made the error I did. And the error is, to have created a second account.
The reason I made this other account, is because I simply forgot about the other one. It would be nice to be able to use the BAM manager, when having several CLI based systems like me.

This is my wish:
To be able to delete an account / BAM manager.
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Message 1488624 - Posted: 13 Mar 2014, 21:50:16 UTC - in response to Message 1488606.  

Uhm, and why ask for that at the Seti forums? It's not as if BAM is a part of Seti, or even of BOINC. It's a third party website, developed and maintained by Willy de Zutter. They do have their own forums:, you should be able to log in with either of the accounts and post about it on the BAM forums.

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