Posts Tagged ‘password’

Login to the Virtual Appliance with the root user you setup during the wizard ( https://techexpert.tips/apc/powerchute-network-shutdown-installation-on-vmware-esxi/

ls /opt/apc/powerchute/group1/

sudo vi pcnsconfig.ini

Under NetworkManagementCard press the insert key and enter the below

Press Escape , then press

!wq!

Now restart the service


sudo /etc/init.d/PowerChute stop

sudo /etc/init.d/PowerChute start
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I’ve seen documentation online about password resets for AD Self Service but nothing for ADAudit Plus

The process is similiar : 

a) Browse “<installation dir.>\bin” location (e.g. C:\Program Files\ManageEngine\ADSelfService Plus\bin).
b) Execute “resetADSSPPassword.bat” file from command prompt to reset admin password.
 
But you need a login which 
 
Username : apap
Password : apap
 
Then run through the prompts it gives you on the screen for the reset
 
1. Login to ADAP CmdUtil using credentials username : adap , password : adap
2. Type “account reset-password -u admin” and press Enter
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Recently was trying to save credentials logging into a management server and it would ask for a password each time
 
Computer configuration\Administrative Templates\Windows Components\Remote Desktop Services\Remote Desktop Connection Client
 
Do not allow passwords to be saved was set to “Enabled”
 
Computer configuration\Administrative Templates\Windows Components\Remote Desktop Services\Remote Desktop Session Host\Security
 
Always prompt for password upon connection was set to “Enabled”
 
Removing both of these fixed the issue
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Naviate to your DeploymentShare and Open up the Task Sequence in the Control Directory

C:\DeploymentShare\Control\TaskSequence1

Open 

Unattend.xml 

Search for AdministratorPassword in this file

You should see the password in plaintext

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I used the Below Policies to create a Local User and Password

./Device/Vendor/MSFT/Accounts/Users/LocalAdmin/Password

However there is no where in CSP to set this to never expire.

You have to use a new Powershell run as the System account separately to do this

Set-LocalUser -Name “localadmin” -PasswordNeverExpires 1

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Connect to http://wired.meraki.com/#configure on a PC/Server connect to the meraki. The default username is the serial number of the device which can be got from the Cloud Dashboard and password is blank

The following will restart the Meraki so make sure you arrange downtime.

Change Port 2 to Internet from LAN and add the IP details and click Save

Make sure all ethernets are set to Auto for Negotiation

By default the Meraki will put the connections on Active / Passive , to enable Active / Active 

Login to your Meraki Cloud Dashboard and Enable Load Balancing : 

This will spread both inbound and outbound via both links

To force one port e.g. to a specific Link , add an Internet Traffic Flow setting

e.g.

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pc_2024p_front_closeup_dsc3196_1[1]Recently I setup a DELL n2024p however did not have a usb to serial cable to get console access. I used port scanner to find the IP of the device as default it will use DHCP which took me to the open manage web login. I tried to search and use many default logins however none worked. It seems the only way to get this password is use the console cable to set it!

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VeamBackupFailureAfter going in to each of the servers it displays the error “Cannot complete login due to incorrect username or password”

After a recent password change our Veam jobs would start for a few seconds then fail.

 

In Veam, go to File , then Manage Credentials

Add the New Username / Password for Veam to Use

Next Click onVirtual Machines Tab ( Bottom Left) , Under Vmware vSpere find the Vcenter ( will have VC in the icon) as this is probably authenticated through active direvtory. Right click and change the credentials to the new one

Next go to Backup & Replication and right click on each job, Edit and Go to Guess Processing and if enabled change the Credentials to the new ones entered above.

 

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keychain_problem[1]I recently went to fix 2 Macs that had been updated to Mavericks and were displaying login prompts below for Keychain Access

  • CalendarAgent
  • accountsd
  • AddressBookSourceSync

There are multiple fixes on the internet which eventually fixed them both

First Fix

  • Open Up Keychain Access
  • Click on Preferences
  • Go to General
  • Reset My Default KeyChain
  • Go back to Preferences then choose KeyChain First aid and run a repair and fix

Second Fix

  • In Finder Select Go in Top Toolbar while pressing the Option key and Click on Libray
  • Go into the /Keychains/ Folder
  • Look for a folder with a name similar to this “A8F5E7B8-CEC1-4479-A7DF-F23CB076C8B8”.
  • Move this folder to the Trash.
  • Immediately choose Apple Menu (?) > Restart… to restart your Mac.


Third Fix

  • Go into Keychain
  • Choose Preferences
  • Choose First Aid Tab
  • Choose “Syncronise login keychain password with account”

Try this if it’s asking you every 5 minutes, instead if just on startup.

http://www.igorkromin.net/index.php/2013/10/28/calendaragent-wants-to-use-your-login-keychain-messages-after-upgrading-to-os-x-mavericks/

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