One X Attd reset weblm

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You need to create a Users.xml file with the following content in it;

 

<?xml version=”1.0″ encoding=”UTF-8″ standalone=”no”?>
<!DOCTYPE Users SYSTEM “user.dtd”>
<Users>
<User id=”admin”>
<Username>admin</Username>
<Password>YesrpNkZYYFfnmPmi9/RIMQ4Xuc=</Password>
<ResetPassword>true</ResetPassword>
</User>
<Signature>uKT6aVCnrh17JJxz0M5SENHHJFaNd3QjVs+b9AaohEOnlzxdbngZ5j5X2Ycb4A30qgqfs376rXgw/jJ2lnuOzUzNfZVryXPfnX4hcTD5JnPgrBlLUWrdigq3dD+67hbjriSoIk9UiBaPXLkfmJPRahdAXIWcjjD3kCdD8ny56iQ=</Signature>
</Users>

  • Stop the Avaya One X Attendant weblm service.
  • Navigate to the following directory. (tomcat version maybe different)

C:\Program Files (x86)\Avaya\Servers\WebLM\Tomcat8\webapps\WebLM\admin

  • Create a new folder and move the existing Users.xml file in that directory to the new folder.
  • Move your newly created Users.xml folder to that directory.
  • Start the Avaya One X Attendant weblm service.
  • Now browse to your weblm address and login with defaults.

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