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Changing the prxy user password


I bet it is outlined in the documentation, but I can not find it anymore
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The password of the proxy user is kept encrypted in the sspr
configuration file. But is there any way to recalculate the password
value if the password is changed in eDirectory?

Can the same tool/script be used to calculate the value for the shared
osp secret and the database account tomcat is using to access
idmuserappdb?

Thanks!


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Re: Changing the prxy user password

Maybe I am misunderstanding, but you should be able to use the SSPR tool's
administrative interface (control panel) to reset the proxy user's
password just like you entered it the first time. Re-enabling the control
panel is a quick/simple/documented-somewhere change to the
SSPRConfiguration.xml file to enable that capability again (usually
disabled before going to production, but not for any other reason).

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Re: Changing the prxy user password


Thanks Aaron on your quick replay 😉

I was aware of this, but since I know there is an way to calculate the
encrypted value for the DBA password in the tomcat configuration I was
hoping there is such a thing for the sspr proxy user and the osp secrets
as well 😉


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