02-03-2015 07:55 AM
This morning I can't login to the GUI interface of my Airwave server with any account. I can access the CLI OK though.
These account do not appear in the /etc/passwd file, should they?
Is there a way to create a new GUI account from the CLI?
Any thoughts/suggestions appreciated.
02-03-2015 11:24 AM
GUI accounts are maintained in the database.
Check that the account isn't locked up from the CLI:
# dbc 'select id, username, login_attempts, is_enabled from users;'
and then if any user is disabled, you can quickly do:
for all user accounts:
# dbc 'update users set is_enabled=1;'
for just a single account:
# dbc 'update users set is_enabled=1 where id=###;'
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02-03-2015 02:20 PM
# dbc "update users set password='2cf94b0aea63ebf7bf41c90fe500603e' where username ='admin';"
This will change the password back to admin so you can log in with admin/admin.
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05-20-2015 02:10 PM
Had Admin disabled from incorrect logins but we thought it was a password issue. So we changed the password via the dbc command but it didn't give us access.
This is a great, little known command.