10) The Windows Authentication dialog will display. Enter the appropriate Username and Password.
DOMAIN\USERNAME (user should be a Domain Administrator)
LOCAL_MACHINE_NAME\USERNAME (user should be a Local Administrator)
You can continue without entering a Username and Password, however, in doing so, you will not be able to access the Intel(R) Active System Console via a web browser / remotely. Click Next.
Which board or RMM is this for?
No you cannot reset the admin password, but by uninstalling and re-installing IASC you should be able to set a new admin password... Make sure you reboot the OS after you uninstall IASC. Then re-install it.
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I tried your solution but again allways invalid user/password
The solution was to uninstall => restart => reinstall (!!use simple password!!) - skip password warning => login to interface => change password to a strong one.
It's possible to reset the password without reinstalling. I found a way and publish it in my blog on Russian version of IT Galaxy. Sorry, only in Russian, but with pictures. In a few words - it is necessary to obtain a new hash with salt (another server with IASC is required) and then manually edit one of the rows of the "User" table of the SMS.db file (IASC database) on the target server.
Sorry for my bad English.
I have a new S3420GPV board, X3430, BIOS S3420GP.86B.01.0047, 4 GB RAM, 1.5 TB HDD, latest chipset, LAN and video driver downloaded from Intel Support.
I installed Windows Home Server (Windows Server 2003) and applied all Windows updates.
When I install Intel Active System Console, IASC_v4.2_windows, the user name is set as "admin" , no quotes, and grayed out. There is no way to change the user name. I have installed and uninstalled 5 times, and tried all combinations of password and other tricks noted in this thread, but I always get the username or password invalid error message. Will this software run in Windows Home Server?