If you want to use a username and password to connect to a simple application server, you can set a connection password for the server. If you forget the logon password of a simple application server, you can reset a logon password for the server. This topic describes how to set or reset a password for a simple application server.
- For Linux operating systems, the administrator account is root.
- For Windows operating systems, the administrator account is Administrator. This topic focuses on how to set a logon password for a simple application server. For information about how to set a connection password for a Windows-based simple application server, see Reset the connection password of a Windows server.
- Log on to the Simple Application Server console.
- In the left-side navigation pane, click Servers.
- Find the simple application server whose password you want to set or reset and click the server card.
- Set or reset a password. Use one of the following methods to set a password:Note The procedure to reset a password is the same as that to set a password.
- In the Server Information section, click Reset Password.
- In the left-side navigation pane, choose
. Simple application servers that run different operating systems have different methods
to set their passwords.
- For a Windows server, click Reset Server Password.
- For a Linux server, click Set Password.
- In the Set Server Password dialog box, enter and confirm a new password and then click OK. Keep your password information confidential.
- In the Restart Server Now dialog box, select Yes, restart the server now and click OK. After you reset the logon password, you must restart the server for the new password to take effect.Notice If you do not want to immediately restart the server, select No, I will restart the server later and click OK. Then, you can restart the server during an off-peak period.