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EM 12c , EM 13c: Steps for Modifying the Password for Weblogic and Nodemanager User Accounts in the Enterprise Manager Cloud Control Installation (Doc ID 1450798.1)

Last updated on JUNE 20, 2023

Applies to:

Enterprise Manager Base Platform - Version to [Release 12.1 to 13c]
Information in this document applies to any platform.


This document provides detailed steps to reset/change the password for weblogic and nodemanager user accounts in the Enterprise Manager (EM) 12c Cloud Control installation.

The instructions are generic for Linux/UNIX systems and for Windows Platforms , need to follow the Windows specific OS commands wherever applicable.


-  It is highly recommended to take a backup of the entire <MW_HOME> directory and all its sub-directories before performing the steps listed in this document.

-  The steps listed in this document are similar to the ones in the WLS document <Note 1082299.1>: How to Change the WebLogic Server Administrator Password, but have been modified and extended to suit the 12c Enterprise Manager installation.

-  If BI Publisher is integrated with the Enterprise Manager, then some additional steps are required after changing the weblogic password. See <Note 2137248.1> : EM12c: How to Update Enterprise Manager-Integrated BI Publisher Configuration After Modifying weblogic or nodemanager Password?

- The steps in this document should be followed carefully and in the same order as listed here so as to avoid any manual errors and mis-configurations.



EM Cloud Control Administrators who wish to modify the password for the weblogic / nodemanager accounts post-installation.


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In this Document
 How is the Initial Weblogic and Nodemanager Password set?
 Changing the Weblogic Password When Existing Password is known
 Changing the Nodemanager Password

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