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Few Questions for Solaris 10 Gurus...

How can I recover the admin and other password using Root?

I have four NIC cards installed and want to make one of the available NIC to be DMZ and when I am configuring it it is saying not available.  Currently bge0 and bge2 are being used.

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To recover admin password, eg login as root, then
# passwd admin

Entering new password at this piont, the same way for the others.
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You probably need to plumb the other interfaces
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