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New Windows Service Install - Can't Login

Curtis Olson
Having trouble in that after installing 3.1.1.1 (open source) on Win2K8 as a Windows service, cannot login with default admin credentials.  Just trying evaluation so far, so have removed installation andreinstalled several times.  What happens is that I enter default credentials on the login page, but it always just returns to the login page (no visible errors displayed).  Lg files don't show any errors, but do shot the post command to login.html, and a redirect back to login.html.  I have folllowed the procedures to restore lost/forgotten admin credentials to no avail.

I apologize for the newbie question, can anybody help me to think along the right lines to get this resolved?

Cheers,
Curtis Olson
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Re: New Windows Service Install - Can't Login

shayy
Perhaps you have some kind of a cookies issue, I'd suggest trying to delete them or maybe try with a different browser.
It's also possible that you have an auto-complete plugin in your browser which changes your credentials on the fly.

Regards,
Shay.


On Fri, Feb 21, 2014 at 6:55 PM, Curtis Olson <[hidden email]> wrote:
Having trouble in that after installing 3.1.1.1 (open source) on Win2K8 as a
Windows service, cannot login with default admin credentials.  Just trying
evaluation so far, so have removed installation andreinstalled several
times.  What happens is that I enter default credentials on the login page,
but it always just returns to the login page (no visible errors displayed).
Lg files don't show any errors, but do shot the post command to login.html,
and a redirect back to login.html.  I have folllowed the procedures to
restore lost/forgotten admin credentials to no avail.

I apologize for the newbie question, can anybody help me to think along the
right lines to get this resolved?

Cheers,
Curtis Olson



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Re: New Windows Service Install - Can't Login

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Hi Curtis,

any chance you've got some kind of cookie blocking set up?  Firebug in Firefox tells me it uses several.  Without those, your login would never "stick", I suppose.

Hope that helps,

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> -----Original Message-----
> From: Curtis Olson [mailto:[hidden email]]
> Sent: 22 February 2014 22:37
> To: [hidden email]
> Subject: [Artifactory-users] New Windows Service Install - Can't Login
>
> Having trouble in that after installing 3.1.1.1 (open source) on Win2K8 as a
> Windows service, cannot login with default admin credentials.  Just trying
> evaluation so far, so have removed installation andreinstalled several
> times.  What happens is that I enter default credentials on the login page,
> but it always just returns to the login page (no visible errors displayed).
> Lg files don't show any errors, but do shot the post command to login.html,
> and a redirect back to login.html.  I have folllowed the procedures to
> restore lost/forgotten admin credentials to no avail.
>
> I apologize for the newbie question, can anybody help me to think along the
> right lines to get this resolved?
>
> Cheers,
> Curtis Olson
>
>
>
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