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Linux Installations

You can define a username and password for the CDP Server Web Interface before you can begin using the CDP Standard Edition.

#r1soft-setup --user DESIRED_USERNAME --pass DESIRED_PASSWORD

After running you will see output similar to:

# r1soft-setup --user admin --pass r1soft Server username and password set The R1Soft CDP Server must be restarted for these changes to take effect Use '/etc/init.d/cdp-server restart' to restart.

Then restart the CDP server. See Restarting CDP Server.

Windows Installations

Using the "Reset User" function you can:

  • Change the password of the existing CDP Server user without entering the old password.
  • Create a new user account for Windows CDP Server.

Follow the instructions below to use the "Reset User" function in Windows CDP Configuration Utility.
1. Run the Windows CDP Configuration Utility by going to Start (All) Programs R1Soft CDP Backup CDP Configuration Utility.

2. Select the "Credentials" tab. This tab is shown by default.

Standard Edition
Enterprise Edition

3. Fill in the following fields:

  • Username - Enter login name of the existing user to reset the password. Enter a new login name to create a new user.
  • Password - Enter a password for the user account.
  • Verify - Repeat the password.

4. Click the "Apply" button to save the changes.

5. Once the user is reset successfully, you will see the confirmation message. Click "OK."

6. Now you must restart the CDP Server service for your changes to take effect. See Restarting CDP Server.

See also:

standard_edition standard_edition Delete
enterprise_edition enterprise_edition Delete
advanced_edition advanced_edition Delete
cdp_configuration_utility cdp_configuration_utility Delete
windows windows Delete
linux linux Delete
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