Method used to cancel the prompt message that reminds users of password change for the USG6000 series

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For the USG6000 series, run the undo manager-user password-modify enable command to cancel the prompt message that reminds users of password change.
After the password change function is enabled, if an administrator logs in to the NGFW, the NGFW will prompt the administrator to perform the following operations based on the administrator account and password status:
- If the administrator logs in to the NGFW for the first time after password management is enabled, the NGFW prompts the administrator to change the password.
- After the administrator password expires, the NGFW requests the administrator to change the password.
By default, the password change function is enabled.

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Method used to cancel the password change prompt for the USG2000&5000 series
For the USG2000&5000 series, you can run the undo local-user password-modify enable command to cancel the password change prompt.
After the password change function, local users who have logged in through Telnet, SSH, web UI, or console port can change their password in the following situations:
- Upon the first login, the system forces you to change the password.
- When the user password expires, the system displays a message, asking you to change the password.
- Run the local-user password valid-days command to change the validity period of the password.
The password change function is disabled by default.

How to disable the log display function on the terminal or console
For S series switches (except the S1700), run the following commands in the user view to disable the log display function on the terminal or console: - Run the undo terminal debugging command to disable debug message display on the terminal or console. - Run the undo terminal logging command to disable log display on the terminal or console. -Run the undo terminal monitor command to disable the terminal or console from displaying messages sent by the information center, such as the messages displayed upon console login. - Run the undo terminal trapping command to disable trap display on the terminal or console.

Method used to modify a prompt message on the WI page
You can modify a prompt message on the WI page as follows: 1. Log in to the WI server, and go to the opt/WI/tomcat/WI/ROOT/js/language directory. 2. Copy the dashbordLanguage.js file to a local computer and back it up. 3. Open the dashbordLanguage.js file and find the message that you want to modify. For example, change 'Can not connect to VM' to 'Cannot connect to VM'. 4. Save the dashbordLanguage.js file, and copy it back to the /opt/WI/tomcat/WI/ROOT/js/language directory. 5. Refresh the WI page and check whether your changes have taken effect. If not, clear the browser's cache and log in to WI again.

Method for changing the BootROM password for the USG6000 series
You can use the BootROM to change the BootROM password for the USG6000 series as follows: - Connect to the device using the console port. During device startup, press Ctrl+A when message "Press Ctrl+A to Stop Auto Boot..." is displayed and enter the BootROM password (O&m15213 by default) to enter the base BootROM menu. Select Modify Base Bootrom Password based on prompts and modify the base BootROM password. - Connect to the device using the console port. During device startup, press Ctrl+B when message "Press Ctrl+B to enter main menu..." is displayed and enter the BootROM password (O&m15213 by default) to enter the extended BootROM menu. Select Modify Bootrom Password based on prompts and modify the extended BootROM password.

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