Resetting a Lost Username or Password
You can reset a forgotten username or password and then configure NV Test Manager to use it.
Note: If NV Test Manager is connected to NV Server, see one of the following:
From the Windows Start menu, click All Programs > Accessories, right-click Command Prompt, and then click Run as administrator.
In the Command Prompt window, change folder to: <installation_folder>\lib
By default, <installation_folder> is C:\Program Files\HP\NV
Run the following commands:
- set _JAVA_OPTIONS=
- set JAVA_TOOL_OPTIONS=
- <installation_folder>\OpenJRE\bin\java.exe -classpath bootstrapper.jar;
com.shunra.common.license.utils.CryptoUtils /e <password> /f <output_file>
- <password> – The new password to encrypt.
- <output_file> – The full path and file name of the text file that will contain the encrypted password. The folder that will contain the output file must exist before running the command.
C:\Program Files\HP\NV\OpenJRE\bin\java.exe -classpath bootstrapper.jar; com.shunra.common.license.utils.CryptoUtils /e mypassword /f "c:\NV\out.txt"
Configure NV Test Manager to use the new password, as described below.
Open the following file in a text editor as an administrator:
Do the following:
To reset... Do this... Username
In the user.properties file, replace the username in the following property:
Generate an encrypted password.
In the user.properties file, replace the password in the following property with the encrypted password from the output file:
Restart the HP Network Virtualization service.
Start NV Test Manager using the new username and/or password.