If the EMS admin password has been lost, it is easy to recover. In EMS all local users and their passwords stored in the users.conf file by default. You can find correct file in the tibemsd.conf:
users = "C:/tibco/tibco/cfgmgmt/ems/data/users.conf"
In the users.conf find admin user:
and remove encrypted password between colons:
Then restart EMS daemon. Connect to your EMS using EMS Administration Tool and login as admin without password:
Login name (admin):
Connected to: tcp://localhost:7222
Then set a new password for admin:
tcp://localhost:7222> set password admin 123
Password of user 'admin' has been modified
If you manage EMS in the TIBCO Administrator, then you need to change EMS admin password there. Start TIBCO DomainUtility, select “TIBCO EMS Plugin”, “Update TIBCO EMS Server”, press “Next”. Select domain and enter domain (not EMS!) admin user name and password. Select EMS server to update, and change EMS password there, test connection on the next screen and press “Next” to save new configuration.
for further you can refer...http://tibcoadmin.com/tibco/ems/how-to-reset-tibco-ems-administrator-password/
Thanks for the quick response. The users.conf contains no password for admin, it looks like this: admin::Administrator.
We have Tibco installed on a ITSM / CMDB machine to host the CMDB WS.
If I try to login with admin and no password, I'm getting an error message.
Selecting this link from the menu:
D:\Program Files\BMC Software\AtriumCore\wsc\tibco\amxadministrator\data\bootstrap.html
opens the explorer and shows that I have Atrium WS available. If I click on the link, I get the logon page for Tibco ActiveMatrix.
Any suggestions on how to fix it?
The login for EMS is working:
Server: EMS-SERVER (version: 5.0.0 V28)
Process Id: 824
Topics: 5 (0 dynamic, 0 temporary)
Queues: 7 (0 dynamic, 1 temporary)
Pending Messages: 0
Pending Message Size: 0.0 Kb
Message Memory Usage: 9.5 Kb out of 512MB
Message Memory Pooled: 34.0 Kb
Synchronous Storage: 7.5 Kb
Asynchronous Storage: 2.1 Kb
Fsync for Sync Storage: disabled
Inbound Message Rate: 0 msgs/sec, 0.0 Kb per second
Outbound Message Rate: 0 msgs/sec, 0.0 Kb per second
Disk Read Rate: 0.0 Kb per second
Disk Write Rate: 0.0 Kb per second
Uptime: 22 days 11 hours 21 minutes
So it's my ActiveMatrix account I'm concerned about ....