Default administrator account of the USG6000 series

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The NGFW provides two default accounts:
- System administrator account: admin/Admin@123. For the first time, you can use this account to log in to the USG6000 through the console port or web UI.
- Auditor account: audit-admin/Admin@123. This account can be used to configure audit policies and view audit logs.

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What is the default administrator account
The NGFW provides two default accounts. -System administrator account admin and password Admin@123: You can use this account to log in to the device through console or web UI for first login. -Audit administrator account audit-admin and password Admin@123: This account is for configuring audit policies and viewing audit logs only.

Administrator account creation on the CLI of the USG6000 series
For USG6000 V100R001, you can create an administrator account as follows: 1. Run the aaa command to enter the AAA view. 2. Run the manager-user abc command to create the administrator account abc and enter the administrator view. 3. In the administrator view, run the level 3 command to set the administrator level to 3. 4. Run the service-type { api | { ftp | ssh | telnet | terminal | web } * } command to set the administrator's service type. 5. Run the password cipher xxxx command to set an administrator password.

Administrator account creation on the web UI of the USG6000 series
For the USG6000 series, on the web UI, choose System > Administrators > Administrators and click Add. Set the parameters one by one. If the operation succeeds, the administrator account is displayed in the administrator list. Repeat the previous steps to create other administrator accounts.

Changing the password for an administrator account on FusionAccess
The procedure for changing the password for an administrator account on FusionAccess is as follows: 1. Log in to the FusionAccess system. 2. Choose System > Initial Configuration > Domain/OU. 3. On the Domain/OU page, locate the row containing the domain whose configuration information is to be modified, and click the Modify icon. 4. Enter the password of the administrator account. 5. Click OK. ----End

Functions of administrator roles and levels of the USG6000 series
The USG6000 series controls administrator permissions by administrator role and level as follows: - Bind an administrator role: Control administrator permissions based on the menu of the web UI, which mainly applies to web administrators. On the web UI, choose System > Administrator > Administrator, create an administrator, and specify a role for it. Administrators with different roles have different operation permissions. - Specify an administrator level: Control administrator permissions based on the levels of administrator-executable commands, which mainly applies to CLI administrators. The following example is provided for you to set the permission level for an administrator account. # Set the permission of the administrator abc to level 3. system-view [sysname] aaa [sysname-aaa] manager-user abc [sysname-aaa-manager-user-abc] level 3 The administrator role has a higher priority than the administrator level, that is, if an administrator is bound to a role, the level specification no longer takes effect. Even if an administrator account is not bound to a specific role, the administrator role and level have a default mapping as follows: - 1: Monitoring level corresponds to the configuration administrator (monitoring). - 2: Configuration level corresponds to the configuration administrator. - 3: Management level to the 15th level correspond to the system administrator. For more details, see the administrator chapter in the product documentation of the USG6000 series.

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