User Preferences

 
Your name. If you haven’t created a user profile yet, you can tell Rwiki who you are by ‘asserting’ an identity. You wouldn’t lie to us would you?
Note that setting your user name this way isn’t a real method of authentication, because it just sets a cookie in your browser without requiring a password. Depending on the security policy, the wiki may grant you fewer privileges as an “asserted” user. Rwiki if you would prefer a traditional username and password, which is more secure.
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Clear User Preferences

In some cases, you may need to remove your ‘asserted’ user name and your user preferences from this computer. Click the ‘Clear User Preferences’ button to do that.
Note that it will remove all user preferences you’ve set up, permanently. You will need to enter them again.