OnCommand Workflow Automation (WFA) 5.1 and above
- The intent of this article is to list out the steps of changing OnCommand Workflow Automation built-in user passwords.
- The OnCommand Workflow Automation built-in users are:
- When OnCommand Workflow Automation is installed on a Linux or a Windows host, 3 database users are created in the WFA database.
- The credentials for these users were:
User name : wfa password : Wfa123
User Name : restricted, password : restricted123
User Name : system123, password: system123
- Before OnCommand Workflow Automation 5.1, these users had default passwords (as above) which were same for all the installs of OnCommand Workflow Automation. This was a security issue.
- To fix the above security issue, where WFA is installed with users having default username and password. Starting WFA 5.1, WFA is auto-generating the passwords for above three users. The password will be a randomly generated 10 characters long alphanumeric string.
- We will also cover how to change the password for WFA "admin" and "MySQL" root user password.