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Changing remoteware operating UID and PWD

2 posts in General Discussion Last posting was on 2009-07-15 16:14:54.0Z
Jeremy Haggard Posted on 2009-07-10 15:59:33.0Z
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Subject: Changing remoteware operating UID and PWD
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I have searched the knowledge base and can't find this
answer.

We had installed Remoteware using a particular UID of a
person that no longer works at my company and we are unsure
what password they used for the services. We would like to
change the UID and password that Remoteware uses. What is
the procedure for changing both UID and Password for
Remoteware 4.3?

Also, is there a way to export txt version of all work
objects? We would like to dump them to txt and create
backups that we can log into source code utility.

All I could find on Knowldgebase was password changing.


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Jeremy,
I have updated the following Knowledgebase articles to be more specific.
Essentially changes to password and/or user names (UID) are done the same
way (in the same place - the services console).

Changing user name (UID) and/or passwords on Server or Workstation:
http://ipsweb.sybase.com/kbadmin/kbEdit.aspx?KBID=1107


Information on the GEN Utilities:
http://ipsweb.sybase.com/kbadmin/kbedit.aspx?KBID=1031


Thanks,
Chris

"Jeremy Haggard" wrote in message
news:4a576565.4e0f.1681692777@sybase.com...
> I have searched the knowledge base and can't find this
> answer.
>
> We had installed Remoteware using a particular UID of a
> person that no longer works at my company and we are unsure
> what password they used for the services. We would like to
> change the UID and password that Remoteware uses. What is
> the procedure for changing both UID and Password for
> Remoteware 4.3?
>
> Also, is there a way to export txt version of all work
> objects? We would like to dump them to txt and create
> backups that we can log into source code utility.
>
> All I could find on Knowldgebase was password changing.