Changing RSA passwords

 

Reset SSH Password:
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Log in to Operations console (Master):

Administration --> Networking --> Configure connectivity using SSH

Do the same procedure on Replica also (if any), it is manual process.

Reset Operations console password:
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Login to the master appliance with SSH

$ sudo -s // sudo as root
# su - rsaadmin // change user to rsaadmin
$ cd /usr/local/RSASecurity/RSAAuthenticationManager/ //navigate to RSA installation path
$ cd utils
$ ./rsautil manage-oc-administrator -a update // Execute

// Enter Super administrators name
// Enter Super administrators password
// Enter operation console user
// Set the new password

Do the same steps on replica
Error: This operation can be performed only on a primary instance.
But the password got changed

Reset Master password:
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Login to the master appliance with SSH

$ sudo -s // sudo as root
# su - rsaadmin // change user to rsaadmin
$ cd /usr/local/RSASecurity/RSAAuthenticationManager/ //navigate to RSA installation path
$ cd utils
$ ./rsautil manage-secrets --action change --new-password <enter_the_new_password>

Do the same procedure on the replica device.

Reset Security Console Password:
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Login to Security Console

Identity-->Users-->Manage Existing // Search for your admin username in internal datase

Change password for the admin user
This action will be automatically replicated to replica.

./arun