- What's new in App Layering 4.12
- What's new in App Layering 4.11
- What's new in App Layering 4.10
- What's new in App Layering 4.9
- What's new in App Layering 4.8
- What's new in App Layering 4.7
- What's new in App Layering 4.6
- What's new in App Layering 4.5
- What's new in App Layering 4.4
- What's new in App Layering 4.3
- What's new in App Layering 4.2
- What's new in App Layering 4.1
- Known issues and considerations
- Fixed issues
- System requirements
- Plan your deployment
- Install appliance
- Install agent
Change administrator passwords
The appliance has three accounts that you can use to manage its features and settings.
- Management console “administrator” account - Lets you access the management console hosted on the appliance. There you can create and manage layers, and publish layered images. The default password is Unidesk1.
- Appliance “adminstrator” account - Lets you access the appliance’s configuration utility where you can change the network settings, date, time, ntp server, and time zone. The default password is Unidesk1.
- Appliance “root” user account - The appliance’s default Linux superuser account. The password for this account is required if you ever need to reset your other administrative accounts. The root user has access to all commands and files on the appliance’s Linux OS. The default password is v9Yx*6uj.
The account you use the most is the admnistrator account for the management console. You can easily configure and use the App Layering service without ever accessing the other two accounts. Having said that, it is especially important to keep the password for the root user in a safe place, in case you ever need to reset the management console administrator or appliance administrator accounts.
To secure your appliance, you must change the passwords for these accounts the first time that you access the management console after installation.
When the appliance is installed and you log in for the first time, a tab is displayed where you must change the passwords for the administrator accounts that you use to manage the appliance.
- For each account, enter the new password and then reenter it in the Confirm Password field.
- On the Confirm and Complete tab, click Change Credentials.
Safely store these passwords in case you need them.
You must keep the root user password in a safe location. Without it you cannot reset your other administrator accounts.
- Log into the management console.
- Select User and then the User subtab.
- Select the user account, and then Edit properties on the Action bar.
- Enter and confirm the new password, and click Update User.