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How to change Oncommand Workflow Automation 51 Users Password

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Applies to

OnCommand Workflow Automation (OCWFA) 5.1 and above

Description

The intent of this document is to list out the steps of changing WFA Built in users password.

The WFA Built in users are:

  1. Admin
  2. WFAuser
  3. Restricteduser
  4. Systemuser
  5. MySQL-Root-User

 

When WFA is installed on Linux and Windows machine, 3 database users are created in WFA database. The credentials for these users were:

User name : wfa password : Wfa123
User Name : restricted, password : restricted123
User Name : system123, password: system123


Before WFA 5.1, these users had default passwords (as above) which were same for all the installs of wfa. 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.

 

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