Describe when someone would need this information. For example "when connecting to wi-fi for the first time".
Ubersmith has a built-in mechanism for preventing brute force login attempts. When a login attempt is made, the system checks the number of failed log in attempts for the connecting IP address and/or user for the preceding 30 minutes. If the number of failed log in attempts is five or more, the login is denied. You can unlock your account by changing your password, without having to wait for the 30-minute unlock period to expire. Continued failed login attempts extend the lockout period.
There are two reasons searches may be taking significant amounts of time to complete within Ubersmith.
While new entries are normally added to the indexing queue instantly, it may take up to 5 minutes for these records to become searchable. If expected results fail to appear after 5 minutes, it is likely that there is an issue with your search server. The following issues may prevent new clients, devices, etc. from being indexed properly:
There are a few syntax-related items that may prevent Ubersmith's search system from returning expected results.
This could means one of the following:
They reindex the related section or entirety of your search system. Generally speaking, we do not advise that your search system be reindexed unless advised by the Ubersmith support team.
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