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config:nemsadmin [2017/11/07 11:06]
Robbie Ferguson
config:nemsadmin [2020/07/14 15:55] (current)
Robbie Ferguson
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-=====nemsadmin ​User=====+=====NEMS Administrator ​User=====
  
-As of NEMS 1.3 the default username for initial setup is //​nemsadmin//​. This is used to sign-in to your NEMS server (over SSH or keyboard connected to your NEMS server) only until you run [[commands:​nems-init|nems-init]].+====Default Username and Password==== 
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 +The default username for initial setup is //​nemsadmin//​. This is used to sign-in to your NEMS server (over SSH or keyboard connected to your NEMS server) only until you run [[commands:​nems-init|nems-init]].
  
 **Username:​** //​nemsadmin//​ **Username:​** //​nemsadmin//​
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 When you initialize NEMS, you will provide a password for the NEMS web interfaces. This username/​password will be what you use to access NEMS features (eg., nCONF, Nagios Core, NagVis, Check_MK, Samba, Webmin, SSH, etc.). When you initialize NEMS, you will provide a password for the NEMS web interfaces. This username/​password will be what you use to access NEMS features (eg., nCONF, Nagios Core, NagVis, Check_MK, Samba, Webmin, SSH, etc.).
  
-<WRAP center round important 60%> +====Changing Your Password====
-If you are on an old version 1.0-1.2.x of NEMS, you will instead use the following credentials:​ +
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-**Username:​** pi +
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-**Password:** raspberry +
-</​WRAP>​+
  
 +**Do not** use the traditional ''​passwd''​ command to change your NEMS administrator'​s password. Doing so will leave your system in a broken state (which can be fixed by running the correct command). Instead, use ''​sudo nems-passwd''​
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