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NEED HELP! Administrator password reset in Micros 3700

NEED HELP! Administrator password reset in Micros 3700

NEED HELP! Administrator password reset in Micros 3700

(OP)
Hello,

Sometime within the past week our Micros "manager" password was reset. I know there is a work around to be able to code into the sql database. I know this because I have done it once before but lost my notes for it. If anyone knows the path to change security options from username login to code login please let me know. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Thank you.

Josiah Callihan

RE: NEED HELP! Administrator password reset in Micros 3700

Hello,

You should be able to run

CODE

update micros.rest_def set ob_classic_security = 'T' 

in dbisql to disable enhanced security, and then

CODE

update micros.rest_def set ob_classic_security = 'F' 
after you've logged in and changed the password, to re-enable the security.

Most of the time, you access this by Start -> Run (or Winkey+R) and typing "dbisql" into the Open: box, then clicking OK. Most of the time the user/pass to connect using dbisql is "custom" "custom" or "installer" "installer" (without the quotes).

Hope this helps,
Ryan McHugh

RE: NEED HELP! Administrator password reset in Micros 3700

(OP)
Thank you so much. This did the trick. I appreciate your help.

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