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  1. Documentation
  2. DOCS-11855

Cloud Manager/Ops Manager stored SCRAM-SHA1/SCRAM-SHA-256 credentials use default scramIterationCount/scramSHA256IterationCount

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    • Type: Improvement
    • Status: Closed
    • Priority: Minor - P4
    • Resolution: Fixed
    • Affects Version/s: None
    • Fix Version/s: None
    • Component/s: Cloud Manager, Ops Manager
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      Description

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      Original Description

      Currently Cloud Manager/Ops Manager generate SCRAM SHA credentials using the default values for scramIterationCount and scramSHA256IterationCount.

      Even when users manually configure their DB processes to use different values of these settings, we generate the credentials on our application server with the default values – when creating and editing users through our application. (Importing users created on the mongods could use different iteration count values.)

      We should add a note about this behavior to our user management docs:
      https://docs.opsmanager.mongodb.com/current/tutorial/manage-mongodb-users/#edit-one-mongodb-user-details

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            Assignee:
            tony.sansone Anthony Sansone
            Reporter:
            dennis.kuczynski Dennis Kuczynski
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