Initially, oob, all of the cq sub systems have the same user name and
password. However, they can be changed. So, cq can have one, felix another,
crx another... Check with any other admins on the system. Some one with
admin access has changed the password for felix.
This is not correct, at least as far as CQ 5.5 is concerned. In CQ 5.5, there is ONE admin user which is used across both the repository and the OSGi Web Console.
The more likely issue is that, by default, the OSGi Web Console only allows access to the admin user (i.e. the user named 'admin'). If you want to grant access to all members of the administrators group, that's something which needs to be configured.
Thanks guys. Any idea how to reconfigure so non-'admin' can use Felix?
That URL requests (and denies) the same login credentials as the OSGi Console link off the CQ5 Welcome screen.ß
Are you using 5.5 or a prior version? Which version are you using? If
it's 5.5, either see if you can go here:
Or, find out who has the 'admin' user account and ask them to sort you
out? Or, are there more details that could help us determine your
situation to point you in the right direction?
Not sure why only 'admin' should be allowed as Justin says. I prefer Todd's explanation, but how can you argue with Adobe's Staff input. :-(
This is the URL that I don't have access to: http://www.server-goes-here.com:4502/system/console/configMgr.
Todd: I can access your page though: http://www.server-goes-here.com:4502/libs/granite/security/content/admin.html. That the user admin page where I show up as an admin...though not the 'admin'.
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As I said, only allowing 'admin' is the default. You can configure something different. But you can't do that configuration through the web console if you don't have access to the web console. It wouldn't be very secure if you could give yourself access you didn't already have