Changing CS1000 password Changing CS1000 password richieja (TechnicalUser) (OP) 20 Oct 18 18:47 I need help changing the password on the CS1000 back to their defaults. RE: Changing CS1000 password bignose21 (Programmer) 22 Oct 18 07:59 Look at the security management fundamentals you need to be at the call server and have an install card https://downloads.avaya.com/css/P8/documents/10017... Page 211 RE: Changing CS1000 password bignose21 (Programmer) 22 Oct 18 08:00 BTW that's for 7.6 if you are on a release pre 4.0 then that's not the procedure you used to be able to read the encrypted passwords in pdt. RE: Changing CS1000 password richieja (TechnicalUser) (OP) 22 Oct 18 23:53 This is for release 4.5. However, I am unable to locate the installation media :(. Thanks for the help. I guess I have to try some other methods. RE: Changing CS1000 password bignose21 (Programmer) 23 Oct 18 07:16 download the install zip file from avaya and make an install card RE: Changing CS1000 password richieja (TechnicalUser) (OP) 23 Oct 18 20:52 Can the installation be placed on a flash drive instead of a compact flash card? RE: Changing CS1000 password bignose21 (Programmer) 23 Oct 18 21:00 not sure never tried as always had CF installs media or backup media etc. either way you need to insert it into the call processor CF slot so you would need a converter. Also the Callservers can be quite choosey on the CF's they support. RE: Changing CS1000 password bignose21 (Programmer) 23 Oct 18 21:01 what Callserver type is it? RE: Changing CS1000 password janaya (IS/IT--Management) 30 Oct 18 17:50 this is probably a CPPM card, or the CPIV. I have never been able to use the install software on anything other than the Compact Flash (CF2) card. I would be interested to see if the USB drive works. John Anaya Amdocs Inc. ACSS/ACIS - CS1000 Rls 7.5/Call Pilot 5 ACSS/ACIS - SME - IP Office 8.0 APSS/APDS - Avaya UC Services Public Profile http://www.linkedin.com/pub/john-anaya/25/1b9/a9b/ RE: Changing CS1000 password KCFLHRC (TechnicalUser) 31 Oct 18 12:39 So that would be the procedure do change the passwords in the PBX if the Security Domain is down, ie, System Manager. Changing the passwords in System Manager for the Security Domain is a totally different process and possibly what he is looking for. Not sure though. RE: Changing CS1000 password bignose21 (Programmer) 31 Oct 18 21:40 If it's in a sec domain or at least thinks it is then it won't look at local accounts You can get out of sec domain by using control pdt and then user resetCAUTH then put in install card etc RE: Changing CS1000 password Firebird Scrambler (Programmer) 1 Nov 18 21:48 What processor are you working on at 4.5 as the Media required could be Floppy, PCMCIA or Compact flash etc. My guess is that you might have the smaller SSC processor card that uses the PCMCIA in slot A. That card must be no larger than 128 megs and you can use a Compact Flash card and a PCMCIA card adapter but again no larger than 128 megs. SanDisk tend to be the best ones that are compatible. Firebird Scrambler Nortel & Avaya Meridian 1 / Succession & BCM / Norstar Programmer Website = http://somertel.com linkedin RE: Changing CS1000 password KCFLHRC (TechnicalUser) 2 Nov 18 20:59 I think the guy is MIA, post is old and probably got it resolved or gave up RE: Changing CS1000 password richieja (TechnicalUser) (OP) 3 Nov 18 03:23 I'm still here, and unfortunately, still without access to configure the CS1000 due to the password issue. Also, I made a slight mistake earlier where the version is concerned. It is VxWorks 5.5.1. The local service provider came and was unable to log into the system. They tried resetting the password with the system manager but with no success. I find it strange that one line came up that is receiving calls and three lines to make calls out. Somehow there is a problem with the trunks on the system and no way to log in and correct the issue. Thanks for all the help thus far. RE: Changing CS1000 password bignose21 (Programmer) 7 Nov 18 00:11 I am guessing if you are using SMGR that you are on a later release so first get it off the Central authentication by using control PDT and user name resetCAUTH. You would need the install card for this process, then if you still don't know the local access passwords use the control PDT and username resetPWD this also requires the install card. when it prompts for password to reset enter admin2, give new admin2 and pdt2 passwords. Login to admin2 and set new password, then join the sec domain again and you SMGR accounts should be good.