How to change the password on the FusionAccess?

Created: Oct 12, 2019 07:09:50Latest reply: Oct 12, 2019 07:36:43 73 1 0 0
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Currently, we use FusionAccess to release Windows VMs. Domain users can log in to the VMs normally, but do not know how to log in to local users. What's the password? Or how? During VM provisioning, the system does not prompt you to set the local user password. In fusionaccess, the system initial password is displayed on the VM, but the system displays a message indicating that the password is incorrect.

For example, if the initial password of the system is admin and the local user is TEST\administrator, the password is admin. Is that correct? However, the password is incorrect.

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ganmianpi
Admin Created Oct 12, 2019 07:36:43 Helpful(0) Helpful(0)

Due to security restrictions, the password of the local administrator administrator is reset to a random password during the provisioning of an FA VM. If you want to log in to the VM as a local administrator after the VM is provisioned, you are advised to consider the following two solutions:
1. When creating a template, add a local administrator account. The user name must not be administrator. In this way, each VM released using the template can use the local administrator account to log in to the VM.
2. Grant the administrator rights to the domain account of the VM, and reset the password of the local administrator by using the domain account. In this way, you can log in to the VM as the administrator.
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ganmianpi
ganmianpi Admin Created Oct 12, 2019 07:36:43 Helpful(0) Helpful(0)

Due to security restrictions, the password of the local administrator administrator is reset to a random password during the provisioning of an FA VM. If you want to log in to the VM as a local administrator after the VM is provisioned, you are advised to consider the following two solutions:
1. When creating a template, add a local administrator account. The user name must not be administrator. In this way, each VM released using the template can use the local administrator account to log in to the VM.
2. Grant the administrator rights to the domain account of the VM, and reset the password of the local administrator by using the domain account. In this way, you can log in to the VM as the administrator.
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