Actually, it appears that the above test will accept any password, even one that is incorrect so it must allow this since I was logged onto the machine as the postgres user. ÂRepeating the original steps logging in via Ledgersmb, my pg_log shows the following:I am having authentication issues with a couple of my usernames. ÂI created the following users with corresponding passwords:tatiane.marshallmarisa.mendesneidiane.pereiraI am able to login with tatiane.marshall, but not the other two. Using my admin ID, I go to the Admin Users section and edit both of the problem users by setting their password again. ÂUnfortunately, this doesn't change anything. ÂIn my apache error_log I get the following errors:As an update, I am able to login to PostgreSQL via psql from the server using both of the problem user IDs. ÂFrom the prompt I entered:psql StallusBoutique -U neidiane.pereira -WAfter being prompted, I enter this user's password and successfully connect.Steven2012-02-06 15:38:01 BRST StallusBoutique neidiane.pereira FATAL: Âpassword authentication failed for user "neidiane.pereira"2012-02-06 15:38:03 BRST StallusBoutique neidiane.pereira FATAL: Âpassword authentication failed for user "neidiane.pereira"