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Unfortunately from the past passed years I forgot Axapta 3.0 SP3 admin credentials. Is there a way to reset it safely?
Can you help in my memory? Are you using SSO based on Active Directory or was this version not supported already for SSO and you had to provide user credentials with a user name and password manually?
If you are using SSO, then probably you can reset the password in Active Directory.
And if you're using a password in AX and you have access to the database, you can change it there. It's hashed in some way, but you can simply copy the hashed password from a user who remember his or her password.
I don't think this will work as the encrypted password value was different per user; even when the password was the same. This because the user ID was taken into account when encrypting the password value. Was it possible in the past to have no password? This AX 3.0 version is about 15 years old. Too long ago for me to remember all details.
Anyway, if you try to change the password value in the database directly, make sure you have a backup and test it in a separate environment first.
Thank you André Arnaud de Calavon and Martin Dráb
I replaced one user Password with '' and tried to login to the system i am able to login but immediately application disappeared. Again when i tried to login this time it said 'The user Has been disabled by the administrator' and the 'Enable' field in Database table automatically changing to '0' even if i replaced it with 1 after I login.
No user remember their passwords. Any suggestion how can i enter into the system?
I already gave you one; maybe you should try it before asking for another one.
Thank you for your response as you see in my comments no user available with us and no one remember theirs passwords who are available. so your method is not much helpful for my case :(
Then make some! Install a new environment and try to copy an encrypted password from there.
If you give up immediately, then simply write off the system and we don't have to talk about it. I don't see how a thirteen years old AX application may be useful anyway. Maybe except of extracting some data, but you already have access to the database.
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