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Old 03-12-2008, 02:53 PM   #1
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Reset Sun Secure Global Desktop Administrator password ?


Hi everyone,

I just installed Sun Secure Global Desktop v 4.4 for my sun Solaris 10. Everything went ok, and I'm able to go to this steps http://docs.sun.com/source/820-2549/chapter4.html. I'm also able to use my laptop to connect to that sun machine by type http://myip on my web browser. But one thing weird that I can't log in with user 'Administrator' and my root password !?.

According to Sun says:
"When you install SGD, SGD creates a default SGD Administrator with the user name Administrator. This user authenticates using the password of the UNIX or Linux system root user on the host"

Could anyone tell me how do i reset the Administrator password for Secure Global Desktop ? Thanks
 
  


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