Guten Tag Jose,
am Dienstag, 9. Juli 2019 um 19:27 schrieben Sie:
> Is there a way administrator to not have to enter a password when
> impersonating a user in bugzilla?
No and the reason is documented on the sudo page already:
> This is done for two reasons. First of all, it is done to reduce the
> chances of someone doing large amounts of damage using your
> already-logged-in account. Second, it is there to force you to take
> the time to consider if you really need to use this feature.
I don't see any config or hook or else to easily customize this
behaviour, the requirement to login is hard-coded in relogin.cgi.
> I can impersonate user fine, but it's takes three tries to
> successfully re-authenticate with my password.
Do you speak of typing errors or that you are sure to provide the
correct password and are forced to do so 3 times? I am not, but am not
using LDAP. OTOH, I don't see any code specifically related to LDAP,
so it should work for your admin user like a first time login using
LDAP works. If it's about typing errors, use a password manager like
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