Users authenticated against GigaVUE‑FM’s local user database can always change their own passwords. The Password can be a minimum of 8 characters and a maximum of 64 characters, and must comply with the character requirements specified below:
|One numerical character
|One uppercase character
|One lowercase character
|One special character (!, @, #, and so on)
- The Change Your Password link is available only for locally authenticated users, and will be unavailable for users authenticated against external authentication servers.
- Externally authenticated users can change their admin password as follows:
- Use the fmctl command.
- Change the authentication method to 'Local' and change the password.
The following are the steps for changing your password:
|Click on the button in the upper right-hand corner of GigaVUE‑FM, where your user name is displayed, and select Change Password.
The Change Password page displays.
|On the Change Password page, do the following:
|Enter your current password in the Current Password field.
|Enter the new password in the New Password and Confirm Password fields.
GigaVUE‑FM logs out to reset the password. Enter your new password to log in again.
Note: Use the sudo passwd admin command to change the GigaVUE-FM Shell password.