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Linux Voicemail Pro (11.0.4) - Passwords stopped working

Linux Voicemail Pro (11.0.4) - Passwords stopped working

Linux Voicemail Pro (11.0.4) - Passwords stopped working

(OP)
Hi All,

A client of ours has a VMpro running on linux on a physical server. It is version 11.
When attempting to login to Voicemail Pro Client, it states the login and password are incorrect.
Web portal (https://IPAddress:7070), same issue.

I can login to the server using Putty but when I tray to use the admin CLI, the known password will not work either.

Am I dead in the water here?

Thanks

Mike

RE: Linux Voicemail Pro (11.0.4) - Passwords stopped working

make sure you run the VmPro client as administrator

other than that..... log into the security settings and make sure you have a login that allows VmPro administration

Joe
FHandw, ACSS (SME)

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RE: Linux Voicemail Pro (11.0.4) - Passwords stopped working

(OP)
Thanks Joe,

When you say "log into the security settings and make sure you have a login that allows VmPro administration", are you referring to the IPO of the Linux machine?

Mike

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