!!!!!!!!DO NOT USE THIS!!!!!!!Admin Password reset for v12.3.190 and above

!!!!!!!!DO NOT USE THIS!!!!!!!Admin Password reset for v12.3.190 and above

-Stop the OpManager service.

-Open the command prompt as Admin and navigate to OpManagerHome/bin directory.

-Run ResetPassword.bat/sh (Running this script will populate all the OpManager modules as in startup)

-It will ask confirmation to reset the admin password.

-On giving Yes, admin user password will be changed as 'admin' and it will exit.

-After resetting the password, you can start the service and use 'admin' for username and password while login.

For Enterprise Edition:
Both central & probe should be stopped to use the ResetPassword.bat/sh script

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