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Interchange Password

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by tabernack, Nov 6, 2001.

  1. tabernack

    tabernack Well-Known Member

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    Is there a way to change or reset the password of a specific cart? One of our clients can\'t remember their password for the Interchange admin interface and cannot afford to reset the cart.

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    tabernack Well-Known Member

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    Anyone have an idea on how to do this? Had another request today.
     
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    Reset Interchange Password

    Okay - I know this question is over a year old. But it keeps coming up.

    Is there a way to reset a Interchange password for a user without blowing away the entire account?

    John

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    nat Well-Known Member

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    hope this reply sends this post to the top.

    I would also like to know how to change the password for Interchange if a user, err me :) has forgoten their password.

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    To keep the thread afloat, Even i am interested to know.

    How can we reset the pwd for interchange for one individual account ?


    Regard

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    type the following at a shell prompt:

    perl -e 'print crypt("newpassword",rand(100)) . "\n"'

    That will give you a new encrypted password.

    Once you have that, edit your products/access.asc file and replace the current encrypted password with the new one, as generated above.

    Be sure not to mess up the file format. The file columns are tab-separated and there should not be any nasty artifacts, such as those left over when you use a Windows-based editor. Either use a UNIX-based editor or be sure to use ASCII mode when transfering the file back and forth.

    Backup what you have before you start!

    :)

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