Limiting the number of invalid logon attempts
You can limit the number of allowed invalid logon attempts in Settings -> Security & Membership -> Protection in the Invalid logon attempts group, which contains the following settings:
- Maximum invalid logon attempts - specifies the number of attempts to log in that the user can try before the system locks their account and denies access. If set to zero, account locking will be disabled.
- Send unlock account e‑mail - indicates whether an e‑mail should be sent to the user if their account gets locked.
- Unlock user account path - allows selecting the path (or typing in the URL) of a custom page, on which the user can unlock their account.
Resetting the number of invalid logon attempts
When you edit a user in Site Manager -> Administration -> Users, you can view the number of invalid logon attempts the user made in the Invalid logon attempts field. To reset the number back to zero and unlock (enable) the user's account in case the user has reached the limit, click the Reset button.