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Seller Administrators may reset passwords for Sellers within their business organization by accessing the Maintain Users icon under the Seller Administrator tab.

Please Note: Though users may be prompted to save their COMMBUYS password within their browser, this is highly discouraged. Sellers and Seller Administrators must change their COMMBUYS password every 60 days and will experience difficulty updating their COMMBUYS password if saved in their browser.

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