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DCO 7.4.5 lost webmin details

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DCO 7.4.5 lost webmin details

This question was originally posted on DCIM Support by mike sutton on 2016-01-26


Hi,

Is there a process to recover / reset webmin username and password as we have a client that has lost these

 

TIA

Mike

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Re: DCO 7.4.5 lost webmin details

This answer was originally posted on DCIM Support by Jef Faridi on 2016-01-26


Hi Mike,
Here is the instructions to reset the user password on the DCO server (same user credentials to webmin):
Resetting user password on the server
Kind regards

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Re: DCO 7.4.5 lost webmin details

This comment was originally posted on DCIM Support by Justen.Dimaio on 2016-08-25


Jef, Do we have a way to recover the Webmin username as well as the password? I have a customer who does not know either, so we can not use the procedure linked above since it requires that we already know the user name.

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Re: DCO 7.4.5 lost webmin details

This comment was originally posted on DCIM Support by Jef Faridi on 2016-08-26


Hi Justen, It should easy to find out the user name (it should be listed in the /etc/passwd file, you can use cat or less to read the file). After rebooting the server in "recovery mode", then type for example: less /etc/passwd (type q to quite the file reading) Kind regards

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