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USM-EUA Account List

USM-EUA Account List

Table 8-4 Accounts at the system layer

Type

User Name

Default Password

Description

Password Change Method

Windows

SWmaster

Change_Me

Administrator account of the Windows operating system.

To change the account password, see Changing the Password.

GaussDB(Windows)

Account for starting the GaussDB on the Windows operating system, which has the highest rights for the database.

USM-EUA(Windows)

Account for starting the USM-EUA system on the Windows operating system, which has the highest rights in the USM-EUA system.

GaussDB(Windows)

EUA

Change_Me

Account for connecting the USM-EUA system to the GaussDB on the Windows operating system.

To change the account password, see Changing the Passwords for Database Accounts on the Windows Operating System.

Euler Linux

root

Change_Me

User root is the default user of the Euler Linux operating system. The user can control all resources, create other users and assign rights to them, and perform all operations of the Guest operating system.

To change the account password, see Changing the Login Password.

SUSE Linux

root

The password is customized.

The root user is the default user of the virtual machine created based on the VMware. The SUSE Linux operating system is used on the virtual machine.

The VMware virtual machine and the operating system are prepared by the customer.

USM-EUA(Linux)

euauser

Change_Me

Account for starting the USM-EUA system on the Linux operating system, which has the highest rights in the USM-EUA.

GaussDB(Linux)

gaussuser

Change_Me

Account for starting the GaussDB on the Linux operating system, which has the highest rights for the database.

GaussDB(Linux)

gaussuser

Change_Me

Administrator account of the GaussDB on the Linux operating system, which has the administrator rights for the database.

To change the account password, see Changing the Passwords for Database Accounts on the Linux Operating System.

GaussDB(Linux)

EUA

Change_Me

Account for connecting the USM-EUA system to the GaussDB on the Linux operating system.

Table 8-5 Accounts at the management layer

Product

User Name

Default Password

Description

Password Change Method

USM-EUA

root

Change_Me

The SMC2.0 uses this account to manage and access the USM-EUA.

Default USM-EUA administrator account that has the SOAP and LDAP interface access rights.

  1. Log in to the SMC2.0 web interface.
  2. Choose Devices > Corporate Directory Servers.

    Set required corporate directory server parameters and access the Corporate Directory Servers page.

  3. Click the Other Settings tab.

    You will see the Reset SMC Password and Reset TMS Password buttons.

  4. Click Reset SMC Password or Reset TMS Password.

    Enter the correct parameters.

  5. Click Confirm.

tms

Change_Me

Account used by the Cisco TMS endpoint to synchronize the USM-EUA.

The account has the LDAP interface access rights.

VTS

Change_Me

Account that is used for VTS authentication to ensure normal communication between the USM-EUA and VTS.

The account has the SOAP interface access rights.

  1. Log in to the SMC2.0 web interface.
  2. Choose Devices > Corporate Directory Servers.

    Set required corporate directory server parameters and access the Corporate Directory Servers page.

  3. Click the Other Settings tab.

    You will see the Reset VTS access password buttons.

  4. Click Reset VTS access password.

    Enter the correct parameters.

  5. Click Confirm.
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