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Cisco Building Broadband Service Manager Server
Change Software Password
Note For security purposes, change the Building Broadband Service Manager (BBSM) default passwords immediately!
If you use a Cisco Building Broadband Service Director (BBSD) Server to manage the BBSM Server, you must also change the BBSD account passwords on the BBSM Server. The BBSM software comes with the following defaults:
Table 1 BBSM Software Defaults
Account Username Password
MSDE System Admin
BBSD Windows Client
BBSD MSDE Client
Note The BBSD Windows Client password must match the BBSD MSDE Client password. Be sure that you use the same password for both BBSD accounts.
To change the MSDE System Admin password, type the following from the command prompt:
osql -E -Q "exec sp_password 'changeme2 ','<new_password> ','sa' "
To change the BBSD MSDE Client password, type the following from the command prompt:
osql -E -Q "exec sp_password NULL,'<new_password> ','bbsd-client' "
To change either the MSDE System Admin or the BBSD MSDE Client passwords at a later time, after the default passwords have been changed, type the following from the command prompt:
osql -E -Q "exec sp_password '<old_password> ','<new_password> ','<username>' "
Note If you experience any problems, please contact the Cisco Technical Assistance Center, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week at (800) 553-2447 or send an e-mail to email@example.com. You can also find useful information on the Cisco website located at www.cisco.com.
Accessing BBSM and BBSD Documentation
The enclosed Cisco Building Broadband Service Manager v5.1 CD contains the documentation you need to install and configure BBSM and BBSD Servers. You can access and print these files by going to the D:\Documentation directory and double-clicking the file name. Refer to Table 2 to determine the appropriate file name. These documents are also available online at http://www.cisco.com/univercd/cc/td/doc/product/aggr/bbsm/index.htm.
Caution To properly install your BBSM or BBSD Servers, you must read and follow the installation documentation exactly. Otherwise, your servers will not work properly.
Note The letter of your CD-ROM drive might vary. To view these PDF files, you must have Adobe Acrobat Reader installed on your PC. If you do not, go to Adobe's website at www.adobe.com, and click
Get Acrobat Reader to download a free version.
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