You can manually change the password for a selected account. Unlike password rotation, which generates a randomized password, you provide the new password.
You can update only one password at a time.
- Minimum length: 12
- Maximum length: 20
- At least one lowercase letter, one uppercase letter, a number, and one of the following special characters: ! @ # $ ^ *
- Must NOT include:
- A dictionary word
- A palindrome
- More than four monotonic character sequences
- Three of the same consecutive characters
- Verify that there are no currently failed workflows in your Cloud Foundation system. To check for failed workflows, click Dashboard in the navigation pane and expand the Tasks pane at the bottom of the page.
- Verify that no active workflows are running or are scheduled to run during the manual password update.
- Only a user with the ADMIN role can perform this task. For more information about roles, see User and Group Management.
- From the navigation pane, select
The Password Management page displays a table with detailed information about all domains, including their account, credential type, FQDN, IP address, and user name. This table is dynamic. Each column can be sorted.
You can click the filter icon next to the table header and filter the results by a string value. For example, click this icon next to User Name and enter admin to display only domains with that user name value.
- Select the account whose password you want to update and click Update at the top of the page.
Note: If you select more than one account, the Update button will be disabled.The Update Password dialog box appears. This dialog box also displays the account name, account type, credential type, and user name, in case you must confirm you have selected the correct account.
- Enter and confirm the new password.
If the passwords do not match, the dialog box displays a red alert.
- Click Update.
A message appears at the top of the page showing the progress of the operation. The Tasks panel also shows detailed status of the password update operation. To view sub-tasks, click the task name.
If the Tasks panel shows the task as having failed, click Retry.