- when you restart your PC, before you run ma-start.bat do you get a response from localhost:8090 on your browser?
- Are you running ma-start.bat as administrator?
User login not working?
Hi Craig, Yes when I restart my pc and go to localhost:8090, without running the ma-start.bat, I get the Mango login screen. Yes, I am running ma-start.bat as administrator.
There's a lot going on here! I have sent you an email with the IP the DNS record is pointing to. It sounds like there's a few questions getting jumbled here.
Whatever the resolution to those questions, this thread has probably the simplest method given access to the computer running Mango to change the password: https://forum.infiniteautomation.com/topic/2926/forget-the-password-of-admin-how-to-get-it-back
Hi Phil, I went to that link to reset password. Not sure how to stop Mango. Joel installed the cloud connect for me. I found a "mango" in services on my pc and I stopped it. When I go to Mango to get into h2-web part I get the following
Navigate to localhost:8085 if your browser and you'll have the chance to login to the H2 web console, to change the password.
Hey Phil, Just a refuse to connect message?
I get a refuse to connect message
I enumerated questions for you that were to help me understand the situation better. They are relevant to why your would not be getting a connection at localhost and should be answered, preferably clearly and in the enumerated fashion.
You could also try the IP it shows in the console output. But, it sounds like multiple machines are getting confused to me.
I get the same refused to connect messafe using the IP address
Did you close the console that was running the H2 web console batch file?
You say PC, do you mean Windows? You should be able to connect to your own machine regardless of firewalls. If you had set up your SMTP server, you could have tried using the password reset provided through Mango. On Windows both IPv4 and IPv6 address work with the H2 web console....
If you have a JSON backup in your Mango/backup you could throw away the existing data and database and reimport it into a fresh installation by moving the Mango/databases directory while Mango is not running.
If you have an SQL backup in your Mango/backup from before your changed the password you could move the databases directory while Mango is not running and then restore this backup into a fresh installation.