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HP System Management lost password

I have recently taken over from a Sys admin and he left on bad terms. He has taken all passwords and I've been able to work around most. However i have installed HP System Management Software on main server and cannot access as i have no password. Is there a way around this? Can it be reset? I would like to use the software - What about a reinstall?
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boomerbostock
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redseatechnologiesCommented:
HP System Management uses the domain administrator password

Domain\administrator
password

At least, it does for me, what version are we talking about here?
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boomerbostockAuthor Commented:
Technically u have answered the question however when i get in i see nothing
please see link http://fqml.bravehost.com/


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redseatechnologiesCommented:
I am assuming that is your screenshot.

On the left hand side you have "Compaq Survery Utility" and "Proliant Essentials"

Click on one of those.

What else are you expecting in there??
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PberSolutions ArchitectCommented:
Looks like redseatechnologies got you in, but you're agents seem corrupt or not properly install

I would just re-install the agents overtop or upgrade to 7.6.
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redseatechnologiesCommented:
That is why I asked what they were expecting in there.

They may not have been installed before - they may not be licensed.
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PberSolutions ArchitectCommented:
Licensed?  The default agents are free with the the server purchase.

Anyhow, I've seen this lots.  The Management home page loads, but is essentially empty, except for stuff on the left side.  Making sure SNMP is properly installed and configured before installing the agents usually does it for me.
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