PostERP has the following preset special sign in accounts:
Table 15-1. Preset Accounts
Using Trial Desktop Version Of PostERP:
Administrator can execute this PostgreSQL command to replace the password for all these accounts:psql -U postgres -c "UPDATE t43 SET f4=crypt('my password',gen_salt('bf',7)) WHERE f1 IN ('admin','en','tw','cn')" posterp.
Using Licensed PostERP:
These special accounts share the same password set by your information systems administrator at Tera Rows official web site.
On-line free trial version:
These special accounts share the same password a.
If this PostERP uses the copy of your cloud version's database downloaded by your information systems administrators from Tera Rows's web site, then the login passwords for on-premises version of PostERP's special accounts remain unchanged.
If this on-premises version of PostERP uses a brand new database, then the login passwords for on-premises version of PostERP's special accounts are not set (that is, empty). Information systems administrators should set them as soon as possible before allowing end users' usage of on-premises version of PostERP.