- Open Terminal in Unraid
docker exec -ti PhotoPrism photoprism passwd
- Wait until you get a response and the opportunity to enter a new password. Repeat when asked.
- Log in with admin and your new password
One day, a friendly wolf said:
so all you need is a usb stick with a windows 10 installer, boot to that, click “Repair my pc” after it asks you for the language -> open the troubleshooter -> open the command line interface
then switch to the C drive
then cd Windows\System32\
rename osk.exe osk.old|
rename cmd.exe osk.exe
close and boot windows normally
click the On-Screen-Keyboard which now opens cmd.exe
net user “username” *
type new password
make sure undo your rename of the cmd.exe and osk.exe things after you’re done
Resetting a lost admin password
The normal ways to recover a lost password are:
- Click the password reset link on the login screen; this appears after a failed login attempt. This works only if you have entered your email address on your Personal page in the Nextcloud Web interface, so that the Nextcloud server can email a reset link to you.
- Ask another Nextcloud server admin to reset it for you.
If neither of these is an option, then you have a third option, and that is using the
occ command. See Using the occ command to learn more about using the
$ sudo -u www-data php /var/www/nextcloud/occ user:resetpassword admin Enter a new password: Confirm the new password: Successfully reset password for admin
If your Nextcloud username is not
admin, then substitute your Nextcloud username.
unRAID docker: /config/www/nextcloud
unRAID user: abc
$ sudo -u abc php /config/www/nextcloud/occ user:resetpassword admin
Oh joy, you lost the admin password. Now what?
If the admin user is still defined, the simplest option is to change the password in the database to a known value. This requires that you have access to the MySQL database using phpMyAdmin.
“what, no hacking?”, I hear you say. No. Again, you need access to the MySQL database by using phpMyAdmin.
- Navigate to phpMyAdmin and select the database for the Joomla site in the left-hand drop-down list box. This will show the database tables on the left side of the screen.
- Click on the table “jos_users” in the list of tables.
- Click on the “Browse” button in the top toolbar.
- Find the user whose password you want to change and press the Edit icon for this row. A form will display that allows you to edit the password field.
- Copy the following value into the password field and press the Go button.
- At this point, the password should be changed to “secret”.
- Log in with this user and password and change the password of this user to a secure value.
- log into database
- find #_extensions
- find plg_twofactorauth_totp
- set Enabled to 0