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  • Latest Post - ‏2008-04-10T12:43:16Z by CristianoLunix
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Pinned topic Error 200103 in logon

‏2005-06-10T08:14:04Z |
Hi

Our RPM environment crashed at some point. I don't know actually how or what part of it....
But after that I could not logon... And after few attempts I got this: "200103 Username has been locked due to multiple invalid logon password attempts. Contact local support to reset your password."

The problem is that we are doing POC and I'm sort of local support....

How do I reset password?

Santeri
Updated on 2008-04-10T12:43:16Z at 2008-04-10T12:43:16Z by CristianoLunix
  • SystemAdmin
    SystemAdmin
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    Re: Error 200103 in logon

    ‏2005-06-17T13:40:23Z  
    You'd have to log in with your Admin ID, go to resource management view, find your ID, open the description view and change the password. Really anyone with access to the Resource Management view in your environment should be able to do this (provided security is set up properly). If you don't have an admin ID or someone else doesn't have access to resource management then I have no idea what to tell you.
    Hope this helps!
  • SystemAdmin
    SystemAdmin
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    Re: Error 200103 in logon

    ‏2005-06-22T07:22:17Z  
    You'd have to log in with your Admin ID, go to resource management view, find your ID, open the description view and change the password. Really anyone with access to the Resource Management view in your environment should be able to do this (provided security is set up properly). If you don't have an admin ID or someone else doesn't have access to resource management then I have no idea what to tell you.
    Hope this helps!
    Problem is that the ID locked was our admin ID and only ID... But I got help with this one already.

    Thanks anyway.
  • SystemAdmin
    SystemAdmin
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    Re: Error 200103 in logon

    ‏2005-09-02T04:27:58Z  
    You can unlock the adm from db2.
    run db2cmd, db2 connect <db> user ** using **.
    db2 "call sp_reserved('PMO_SUPERVISOR')"
    Then logon RPM using administrator/ibmrpm.
  • SystemAdmin
    SystemAdmin
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    Re: Error 200103 in logon

    ‏2005-09-02T04:53:18Z  
    Please contact me directly. I'll help you get this reset.

    Cheers,

    Debra

    Debra Johnson
    Team Unifying Platform (TUP), Rational Portfolio Manager, SoDA and RU Services Specialist
    WW Technical Marketing
    Rational software
    IBM Software Group
    Boulder, CO
    Telephone: 303-558-3301
    Cell: 303-775-9168
    debrajoh@us.ibm.com
  • SystemAdmin
    SystemAdmin
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    Re: Error 200103 in logon

    ‏2005-09-09T10:44:57Z  
    Dear friend,
    I am trying to configure rational portfolio manager. I have installed db2, tomcat web server and RPM. I could not login to the portfolio manager. it giving me the error message I need some help who have install and configuration RPM successfully. Or has anyone faced a similar problem? I will be thankful if you. My email address is msghauri3@yahoo.com.
  • SystemAdmin
    SystemAdmin
    1569 Posts

    Re: Error 200103 in logon

    ‏2005-09-09T14:21:51Z  
    Dear friend,
    I am trying to configure rational portfolio manager. I have installed db2, tomcat web server and RPM. I could not login to the portfolio manager. it giving me the error message I need some help who have install and configuration RPM successfully. Or has anyone faced a similar problem? I will be thankful if you. My email address is msghauri3@yahoo.com.
    Try logging in with the following:
    Name: administrator
    Password: ibmrpm

    I would suggest that you change this password immediately.

    Cheers,

    Debra

    Debra Johnson
    Team Unifying Platform (TUP), Rational Portfolio Manager, SoDA and RU Services Specialist
    WW Technical Marketing
    Rational software
    IBM Software Group
    Boulder, CO
    Telephone: 303-558-3301
    Cell: 303-775-9168
    debrajoh@us.ibm.com
  • CristianoLunix
    CristianoLunix
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    Re: Error 200103 in logon

    ‏2008-04-10T12:43:16Z  
    You can unlock the adm from db2.
    run db2cmd, db2 connect <db> user ** using **.
    db2 "call sp_reserved('PMO_SUPERVISOR')"
    Then logon RPM using administrator/ibmrpm.
    You can unlock the adm from db2. I got it! Pretty easy, i just would like to make the instructions given bby Shane Jin more clear:

    run db2cmd (Start>Execute)

    on db2cmd, run the following line-commands:

    db2 connect to <dbOfRpmName> user <db2adminName> using <db2adminPassword>
    db2 "call sp_reserved('PMO_SUPERVISOR')"

    Then you just logon RPM using:
    username: administrator
    password:ibmrpm.

    Thanks a lot!