the common users and rights of the N2000 BMS.
It is the default system administrator of the Solaris OS, and the initial password is root.
The root user has the highest management rights of the Solaris OS to control all resources, create other user accounts, assign other user rights, and implement all operations provided by the OS.
It is a Solaris OS user that is created by the N2000 BMS automatically when the N2000 BMS is installed. The initial password of the user is null, and needs to be changed at first logon. The n2kuser user can set the environment variable of the N2000 BMS daemon, and start the N2000 BMS client from the server.
The n2kuser user has all the rights of the /n2kuser directory. The .profile file maintains the records of the environment variables required for the running of the N2000 BMS.
The Sybase user can set the environment variable of the Sybase database, install the software of the Sybase database, and maintain and manage the Sybase database. The initial password of the user is null, and needs to be changed at first logon.
The Sybase user has all the rights of the /opt/sybase directory. The Sybase user can manage the Sybase database, such as configuring the running environment variable of the Sybase, and starting and stopping the Sybase service.
It is the default superuser of the Windows OS. The user password is set manually when the Windows OS is installed.
The administrator user has the highest management rights of the Windows OS.
It is an operating system user that is automatically created when the N2000 BMS is installed. The bmsuser user is the default user of the FTP service of the N2000 BMS, and the initial password is N2000bms. The file system path specified for FTP is /bmsuser (on Solaris OS) or C:\ftproot (on Windows OS). If the user password or the file system path for the FTP service is changed, you need also to change the password or root directory when configuring the xFtp monitoring tool on the N2000 BMS. For details, see Configuring the xFTP Watcher (Synchronization).