How do I view the root password set for the server that i just added?
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Where do i see the root password set for the server that i just added ?
The root password set for a server would be viewable only in the ezsh(ezeelogin jump server shell) interface. To view it, ssh into the jump server , select the server whose root password has to be viewed and press the 'tab' key.
The user would need to have access to 'view server details' in access control. Refer the following link to on how to enable it.
Other shell shortcuts are as follows
Also, while you are logged in the server via ssh, use the internal command ezinfo to view the server root password or other details.
This would work only if you have the privilege granted via access control.
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