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How to login to cppm using winscp and required default credentials

Dear All,

 

How to login to cppm using winscp and required default credentials.

 

regards.

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Re: How to login to cppm using winscp and required default credentials

What are you trying to do?

 


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Re: How to login to cppm using winscp and required default credentials

Hi,

 

want to load custom image to galaria skin path for CPPM guest.

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Re: How to login to cppm using winscp and required default credentials

You cannot SCP to ClearPass.

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Re: How to login to cppm using winscp and required default credentials

Under Guest, use the Content manager.

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Re: How to login to cppm using winscp and required default credentials

Hi, uploaded the custom image but there is no luck even after added the path.
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Re: How to login to cppm using winscp and required default credentials


nagaraj@22by7.in wrote:
Hi, uploaded the custom image but there is no luck even after added the path.

This is all I did to have my 3 jpegs rotate on the front page.  I put the following in the BackGround Image Settings of the Galleria Plugin after I uploaded them to the public root of the content manager:

 

{literal}
<script src="external/galleria/js/jquery.backstretch.min.js"></script>
<script>
$.backstretch([
"public/myjpeg1.jpg",
"public/myjpeg2.jpg",
"public/myjpeg3.jpg",
], {duration: 3000, fade: 750});
</script>

{/literal}

 


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