Unlocking and resetting passwords manually, Reviewing user names and passwords – Oracle Audio Technologies ORACLE9I B10508-01 User Manual
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Unlocking and Resetting Passwords Manually
To manually change a password and unlock an account, review the list of default
administrative user names, passwords, and functions in
Select a user, and then unlock and reset the password by
using the following commands:
Start SQL*Plus and log in as SYSDBA by using the following commands:
$ sqlplus /nolog
SQL> connect / as sysdba
Change the password by using the following command:
SQL> ALTER USER
The alter statement will both reset the password and unlock the account.
Reviewing User Names and Passwords
All databases that are created by Database Configuration Assistant include the SYS,
SYSTEM, and DBSNMP user names and passwords
In addition, Oracle
Corporation provides several other administrative users
Unlock users and reset
passwords before using these administrative accounts.
If you want unauthenticated access to your data via HTTP,
then unlock the ANONYMOUS user account.
Oracle9i Database Administrator’s Guide for more
information on unlocking passwords after installation and for
information on Oracle security procedures and best security
Oracle Enterprise Manager Administrator’s Guide for more
information on using Oracle Security Manager or Oracle DBA
Studio to change passwords.
To unlock administrative user passwords after installation,
click the Password Management button in the Database