how to reset password sadmin
There are three types of administrative logon for Authentication Manager, and there is no standard or default naming convention, so your sadmin could be any of the following;
1. The Security Console, e.g. https://rsa01.company.com:7004/console-ims where you do most daily working assinging tokens, adding agents, configuring system parameters2. The Operations Console, e.g. https://rsa01.company.com:7072/operations-console where you configure things like backups, patches, replica packages, Web Tier Virtual Hosts, and Certificate replacement3. The Suse Linux Operating System, either through a console or SSH remote console logon with PuTTy or Cygwin
NOTE: If you do not know at least one of the first two logons, then you are locked out of your system and cannot break in. All you can do is cry!
1. If you know at least one of your Operations Console logons, and can access the Linux Operating System via console of SSH, then you can create a Temp Super Admin and password to logon to the Security Console. Search RSA Link for examples of the ./rsautil restore-admin command syntax, example below where TAdmin is the name of the temp SuperAdmin, and all passwords will be prompted
cd /opt/rsa/am/utils./rsautil restore-admin -u TAdmin
2. If you know at least one of your Security Console Super Admin logons, you can reset Operations Console Admin accounts under Administration - Manage OC Administrators
3. Someone would have created an operating system account during AM deployment. A typical name is rsaadmin, but any name could be used. If you are locked out, you need to break into Linux with Console Access, either boot Grub or a Linux DVD, and modify /etc/passwd to delete your unknown password for your Operating System account.
If you search RSA Link for Resetting the rsaadmin passwordyou should find a discussion on thishttps://community.rsa.com/message/876555?commentID=876555#comment-876555
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