Open Fire Reset/Passwrd

Amphibian

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Started Openfire, went through each page till I got to "Username & Password", I hit skip till I could check docs as to how it worked, now I can't get back into it without a name/passwrd. Could you please advise what I need to do or how to reset passwrd.

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William
 

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virusbcn

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Hello, i my admin password, i try this and don't working, i think it because i use HQSLDB and not mysql, please can i help me ???
I have only a few users, can i delete openfire and reinstall new ???

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Re: Re:Open Fire Reset/Passwrd

virusbcn escribió:
Hello, i my admin password, i try this and don't working, i think it because i use HQSLDB and not mysql, please can i help me ???
I have only a few users, can i delete openfire and reinstall new ???

Thanks
Hello, please everybody can know something about reset password Openfire or reset the install ¿???

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Megabyte

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Re: Re:Open Fire Reset/Passwrd

Hi to reset the installation you only have to

cd /opt/openfire/conf
vim openfire.xml (or what ever your favourite editor is) - in otherwords we are editing openfire.xml

change the following XML tag from
<setup>true</setup>
to
<setup>false</setup>

Reboot your Elastix system and then goto the Openfire Tab and it should commence the Openfire setup again.

Naturally if you do this step, any users, setups, groups will be lost, and will need to be setup again, so be warned.
 

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thanks really
megabyte
 

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Re: Re:Open Fire Reset/Passwrd

Thanks megabyte
 

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for reset the password of your open fire ; plz follow bellow steps:

first you should nano this file

nano /opt/openfire/conf/openfire.xml

then please change the true = > false on this section

<setup>true</setup>
then press ctrl+x

now we should restart the service

etc/init.d/openfire restart
;)
 

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