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12 February 2009 at 5:55am Last edited: 12 February 2009 6:08am
I need some urgent assistance to get into admin panel as the passwords are not working.
I believe I have to make some adjustments but Iam not exactly sure
12 February 2009 at 6:53am
Have you got into the admin area before or have you just finished installing?
12 February 2009 at 6:41pm
I was in log in admin area many times before using the default admin and password. I tried to change to my e-mail and a different password and I was unable to get back into admin. Each time i got a message saying it does not seem Iam using correct e-mail or password and try again when I use admin as email and password as password.
Thanks for your kind attention
12 February 2009 at 9:30pm Last edited: 12 February 2009 9:30pm
Try putting a default username / password in your _config.php...
13 February 2009 at 9:48am
I have run into a similar problem. I originally developed a site using _ss_environment.php on my development server. Now that the site is going live for a client I need to put the specifics of the live server in the _config.php and not use _ss_environment.php any more.
So I put all my config info into the _config.php file like I used to do before I could use _ss_environment.php and all works for the front end. However on the back end I can no longer log in using the admin credentials stored in the database. The login form tells me that the login is incorrect.
When I put Security::setDefaultAdmin('admin','password'); in the _config.php I can login.
My question then is why, once I used the _ss_environment.php does the system not just look in the database for the admin user any more. I commented out the require_once("conf/ConfigureFromEnv.php"); line from _config.php so it would not define any variables.
It is not really a problem since I can set the default admin in the _config.php, but I would rather not expose the login info in a file on the server.
13 February 2009 at 9:58pm Last edited: 13 February 2009 10:01pm
After installing, which finally worked with the actual RC, it says login with admin:admin password:password as default.
this doesn't work.
tried to write it into _config.php, result is a screen with multiple errors (see attached image)
it is really sad. when i tried out silverstripe half a year ago, everything was fine. now i am sitting and trying to install since 3 days...
edit: it was a php syntax error: everybody else with this problem use:
14 February 2009 at 4:17am
Iam now able to login . I used "Securityset etc" as advised
Thanks for the support
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